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Katie Price left shaken and scared by man allegedly following her at Bluewater

By Lynn Cox

TV personality Katie Price has said she was left shaken and scared after she wall apparently followed by a man while she was shopping in Kent.

The former glamour model and mother-of-five spoke out on her Twitter account about the incident at Bluewater yesterday afternoon.

The reality star and TV presenter said she was left shaken by the ordeal and posted several tweets about the incident.

Katie Price was left shaken by the ordeal
Katie Price was left shaken by the ordeal

One tweet said: "Bluewater police enabled this man to harass me stalk me and take photos of me and not help me I’m scared and shaken up."

Other messages posted by the Celebrity Big Brother winner said: "The guy has just harassed me and police did nothing and let him go."

However police say no crime had been committed and the man was given advice by officers and was escorted from the centre.

Police spokesman Sally Smith said: "Kent Police officers on patrol at a shopping centre in Greenhithe on Thursday were stopped by a group of people at around 5.45pm who made an allegation of harassment by a member of the public.

The star was shopping at Bluewater yesterday
The star was shopping at Bluewater yesterday

"Whilst no criminal offences were identified, officers spoke to all parties involved and a man was given words of advice.

"He was subsequently escorted off the premises by security staff."

The former model used to date 30-year-old personal trainer Kris Byson from Istead Rise near Gravesend.

The couple split up after about five months of dating.

However, photographs in the national press show her watching him playing football in Dartford earlier this week.

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