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Katie Price has begged fans for help after revealing a troll has been harassing her by calling her phone number to laugh at her.
The former glamour model, who recently hit out at Loose Women and admitted she was "like a performing seal", took to her Instagram stories to expose the person she believes is behind the cruel calls with her 2.5million followers.
Posting a screenshot she took of the number first, she told her fans: "This number keeps ringing my phone I don't know them and people laughing when I pick up and they keep face timing," before begging her fans for help.
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The 42 year old went on: "Please everyone do the same to them x".
She then managed to track down a picture of the man she claims to be making the phone calls, over which she wrote: "This guy keeps ringing me hopefully he will stop now".
Katie is no stranger to calling out people as last year she managed to track down a man and woman who posted a clip to social media, appearing to mock herself and her 18 year old son Harvey, who has Prader Willi syndrome, is autistic and partially blind.
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The video, which OK! has chosen not to show, sees a woman wearing a black vest top with her blonde hair styled back, saying: "If somebody says something horrible to Harvey, what do we say?"
The woman then panned the camera over to her friend, a man who could be seen with his face painted in black and his eyes crossed, replying: "Hello you c***." Appearing to be disappointed, the woman scowled: "Harvey!"
It was previously reported that the man had been arrested, which was confirmed to OK! online by Katie's representative.
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She then appeared on BBC Two to speak to Victoria Derbyshire to discuss her petition Track a Troll, which was recently debated in the House of Commons after reaching 100,000 signatures.
The petition calls for anyone opening a new social media account to have to provide a verified form of ID so that police have an easier way of tracing people who post abusive messages without the barrier of anonymity.
Katie explained that while there are legalities in place to help find people who hurt others with their words online, it's not always easy or effective.
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The TV personality told 52 year old Victoria: "I do know that three people have been arrested, the ones I was looking for for Harvey. The couple in Aberdeen.
"Some of the national newspapers ran their faces and the person who actually retweeted it has actually been charged with malicious communications. So there are some things in place."
When asked by OK! if a man was in fact charged for retweeting the video, Katie's representative said: "This is true. Yes."
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