Jordan raged – Model attacks OAP after bust-up over parking bay

PARKING MAD: Jordan flew into rage

STUNNED Easter shoppers told last night how Jordan CHASED after a pensioner then SLAPPED him when he told her off for using a disabled parking space.

She was furious because handicapped son Harvey was with her and she was ENTITLED to use the bay. After the OAP challenged her they rowed outside the Comet store – and as he walked inside she followed him screaming with fury. Then, with families looking on in amazement, she slapped his mobile out of his hand as he raised it to his ear to call police.

Cops last night confirmed they had spoken to her and are investigating. The glamour girl now faces the possibility of being charged with common assault. Our source said: “The man and his wife went over to Jordan and he started having a go at her about parking in the disabled space. “He recognised her immediately and started saying to her, ‘Who do you think you are?’ She was in no mood to take any nonsense from this guy because for once she was in the right.

“At first she told him, ‘Mind your f****** business’ but then she saw red when he wouldn’t let the issue go. She told him she was entitled to park there because of Harvey, who she is very protective of.”  Another onlooker confirmed: “It was incredible. She just went mad and completely lost it.  “The guy obviously took on more than he bargained for when he had a go at Jordan. She wouldn’t let it go and stormed after him into the store. Everyone was just looking on in amazement.” Jordan, 31, real name Katie Price, had parked in the disabled space at a retail park in Brighton for the family trip out on Good Friday.

She took new husband Alex Reid, 34, and children Harvey, seven, Junior, four, and Princess Tiaamii, two, around Toys R Us next to Comet. The family were loading their car with their Easter goodies when the OAP and his wife approached them. Another witness told us: “A gentleman walked by and accused her of parking wrongly in the disabled space. “Katie did not seem to hold back when the argument started and you could see she was clearly upset. You could also see the children were distressed. “When the man walked away Katie followed him into the shop where the argument continued.” Hulking 6ft cage-fighter Alex just stood there, not saying a word.

Jordan has a disabled sticker in her car for Harvey, who is blind and suffers from autistic spectrum, which means he gains weight easily and finds walking difficult. His father is former Premier League footballer Dwight Yorke. One member of staff at Comet told us: “Jordan has the right to park in the disabled spot which is right outside the store. But the other couple became extremely agitated because they thought they should have the use of that parking bay and started kicking off at Jordan and Alex over what a disgrace they were. The chap was mouthing off at Jordan.” When she pointed out she was in the right, the OAP left it there and walked off into the store.

Screaming

Police arrived at the scene and spoke to the pensioner about the incident. Shortly afterwards Jordan called cops from her car and officers went to meet her to quiz her over the incident. Jordan told the News of the World last night: “If anyone does anything that upsets my children I don’t care who it is, I am always going to protect them.” A friend said last night: “We can’t understand why Jordan has done this. She was in the right about the space and now she has ended up in the wrong and facing possible criminal charges. It is madness.” According to reports this week Jordan’s family have been pleading with her to seek help to find “closure” over her obsession with ex husband Peter Andre, 37. She has been urged to see a therapist after becoming “consumed with anger” over his friendship with her former best pal Kerry Katona, a bridesmaid at their 2005 wedding. Jordan married cage-fighter Reid in Las Vegas in February, seven months after they met. Last night a spokesman for Sussex Police said: “The neighbourhood policing unit are investigating.”

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