Katie Price accused of hacking into News of the World’s voicemail

25 Jan
Katie Price, Jordan, Alex Reid, News of the world, NOTW, Andy Coulson, Seleb Spy 2011, selebspy.com

Katie Price is accused of hacking into the voicemails of News of the World journalists.

GLAMOUR model and Booker Prize-winning author Katie Price was implicated in the News of the World phone hacking scandal, today, after the newspaper alleged she had illegally accessed its staff’s voicemail messages.

David Cameron’s communications chief, Andy Coulson, resigned last week after being subjected to renewed allegations that he was aware of the hacking of public figures’ phones while serving as the editor of the News of the World from 2003 to 2007.

A string of celebrities and politicians including Sienna Miller, Elle McPherson, John Prescott and Jane McDonald are believed to have been targeted by journalists and have launched legal proceedings against the newspaper.

The News of the World has now launched its own claim against 32-year-old model Katie Price accusing her of hacking into its staff’s voicemails to find out how interested they were in her life, and to track the movements of its photographers and reporters to maximise her exposure.

The newspaper claims to have evidence proving Price accessed its employees’ voicemail messages to monitor how much coverage she would be receiving, and if the level was not satisfactory, would engage in attention-grabbing behaviour over the following days to boost her profile.

News of the World photographer, Craig Clarkson, one of the paper’s employees claiming to have had his voicemail messages accessed by Price, told Seleb Spy:

“Everywhere I went, Jordan would somehow know I was going to be there.

“I went to Heathrow to get some pictures of Lady Gaga arriving in a dress made of sanitary towels with matching tampon earrings, and I found Jordan there, walking around the arrival hall, trying to jump into each shot I took.

“Then I was outside the X Factor studios, trying to get an upskirt shot of Mary Byrne, and there she was again, pretending to be on the phone having a blazing argument with Alex Reid.

“Which I would have believed, if it wasn’t for the fact I could see Alex sitting in her car parked round the corner, eating a kebab.”

Clarkson said that he started to seriously consider the possibility that his telephone had been hacked before Christmas last year when he left a colleague a voicemail message saying he had to finish work early in order to see his daughter perform in her school Nativity play:

“When I got to the school, I found Jordan suggestively bent over the side a climbing frame, sucking her finger.”

Price released a statement today dismissing the News of the World’s allegations, branding them “a load of rubbish”.

She said: “There is not an ounce of truth in the claims that have been made against me by the News of the World.

“I strongly believe that everyone has the right to privacy and a private life and I will always respect that right. I would never hack into anyone’s voicemail.

“You can’t trust that Craig Clarkson anyway, because he’s seeing well-hung black rent boys behind his wife’s back while she’s visiting her sick mother in hospital.

“So I’ve heard.”

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