Katie Price has made a cheeky dig at her exes – including Peter Andre, Alex Reid and Kieran Hayler – saying she "never had a man that pays" before while sharing a picture of her current boyfriend Carl Woods picking up the tab at a restaurant.
The mum-of-five sparked some outrage as her statement also seemed to suggest that 90s pop sensation Peter was also guilty of not paying his way.
In the snap shared to Instagram, Carl could be seen wearing a salmon pink t-shirt exposing his arm tattoos while he used Apple Pay to pay for the tab.
Captioning the moment, the My Crazy Life star wrote: "Never had a man that pays until Carl," followed by a red love heart emoji.
The post didn't seem to sit well with followers who branded the reality star a "liar" as they rushed to defend the Mysterious Girl hitmaker.
One angry fan penned: "Well, we all know that's a lie lol, seriously?"
A second chirped: "Sure Peter paid his own way! Strange how you keep trying to prove he pays his own way when no one else feels the need to do this."
Another disagreed with her choice of words, writing: "I very much doubt Pete allowed you to pay for everything. This is actually embarrassing, what are you trying to prove?"
While a fourth asked: "Didn't Pete pay you out your debt?"
Others seemed to be more annoyed that the former I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star felt the need to mention that her exes hadn't paid and boldly compared her to a "12-year-old child".
"Katie I like you but this is too far now," fumed one fan.
"Did you really just post a picture of him paying?" quipped a second.
"I don't believe that for a second and bashing your kids' Dads in public isn't nice, they can read all of this. Just be happy, don't worry about comparing and point proving, it's not necessary. You're happy and that's wonderful so just enjoy," advised another.
While another said: "Katie, if everything is so amazing, why don't you just enjoy your life, focus on your children and stop plastering all this crap on social media like a 12-year-old girl!"
Katie failed to comment or respond to any remarks that had been added beneath the post.
- Katie Price
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