Katie Price Cancels Her Remaining Tour Dates Due To 'Unforeseen Circumstances'
The remaining dates of former glamour model Katie Price's tell-all tour have reportedly been cancelled due to 'unforeseen circumstances'.
Her final few dates of Evening With Katie Price were set to happen in April and May, after it was rescheduled when her son, Harvey Price, was threatened with vile emails.
The latest cancellation was first announced on Facebook by New Alexandra Theatre on Wednesday, which wrote: "ANNOUNCEMENT. Due to unforeseen circumstances the remaining shows of the tour for An Audience with Katie Price have had to be cancelled.
"We apologise for any inconvenience caused and all ticket holders will be refunded in full."
It added: "Please contact your point of sale."
This means that the remaining dates scheduled at Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone on 29th April, Birmingham's New Alexandra Theatre on 4th May, London's New Wimbledon Theatre on 18th May, and the Manchester Opera House on 25th May will not go ahead as planned.
Katie or her management have not yet confirmed the cancellation herself, or the reasons behind the move.
The 39-year-old postponed seven dates of her tour back in October, shortly after details of a kidnap plot involving her teenage son, Harvey, emerged.
According to her management, the Loose Women panellist was ordered to pay a £50,000 by blackmailers, who also provided an east London address for Katie to send the money, and oddly demanded a designer Armani dress.
At the time, a source told The Sun: "Katie puts on a brave face, but she's actually very shaken up by the whole thing.
"She's very vulnerable right now with everything that's been going on. She's paranoid that something could happen while she's onstage and she'd never forgive herself."
The insider added: "Katie doesn't want to let people down, but she's frantic with worry over this whole incident."
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