Katie Price spurred on to push Harvey’s Law campaign after cruel troll mocks disabled son

Katie Price has been spurred on with her campaign to make online abuse illegal after

Katie Price has been spurred on with her campaign to make online abuse illegal after her disabled 18-year-old son Harvey was targeted by alleged “racist” online trolls in a cruel video.

The former glamour model, 42, has been campaigning to have Harvey’s Law passed after her son, who has Prader-Willi sydrome, was repeatedly attacked by trolls.

Katie, who returned to the UK from the Maldives on Friday, and Harvey appeared on Loose Women in 2016 and the teenager said the word c**t when he was asked what he says to bullies.

In the disturbing video, which recreates the interview, a white man wearing brown facepaint is seen impersonating the disabled teenager.

The sickening video, which was widely shared online, is said to have empowered Katie in her fight to get her law through parliament.

Katie Price has been spurred on with her campaign to make online abuse illegal

A source told Daily Star Online: “Katie’s three week holiday has been magical and really given her and Carl the well earned break they needed.

“Since her accident life has been difficult but they’ve pulled together.

“It’s no secret she’s got her mind set on becoming a mum again and they’ve certainly had plenty of time alone in the Maldives.”

In the disturbing video a white man wearing brown facepaint is seen impersonating the disabled teenager

The source said the latest troll attack on Harvey “soured things a bit” – but it has “spurred her on to push ahead with Harvey’s law”.

They added that now Katie has returned from her break in the Maldives “it’s all systems go” and the video has empowered her to “keep going”.

On Friday she said she is due to speak to police after the clip which mocked Harvey was shared.

Harvey has Prader-Willi sydrome

She announced that she is set to speak with law enforcement when she arrived at Heathrow Airport following her trip to the Maldives with boyfriend Carl Woods.

As the pair touched down in arrivals – clad in matching grey track suits – they were greeted by photographers and quizzed on if Katie had a message to the people who made the video.

The video saw the man doing an impression of Harvey beside a woman who was impersonating Katie.

As she was wheeled out of the airport by Carl, with a face mask on that was not covering her nose, Katie said that the people in the footage were yet to be found.

She said: “You need to find those guys online.”

She added: “I am doing a statement today to the police about someone who has already been arrested.

“It is not the guys in the video because you need to find them still.

“Someone knows who they are and someone needs to find them.”

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