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Katie Price declared disabled after breaking her feet in a freak accident

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#KatiePrice has been declared disabled after breaking her feet in a freak accident — and she says: “I’m crippled and scarred for life.”

She fell off a 25ft wall in Turkey last year and has been told she will never wear heels again, or walk for more than 20 minutes a day.

Katie has sent off for a blue badge so she can park next to shops, and is seeking legal advice about her injuries.
She added: “I will never be the same, I’ve had to accept that, but I’m staying positive.”
“The accident has changed my life and it’s only just sunk in if I’m honest.
“I’ve been given two sets of painkillers but I can’t take them because I’m scared of becoming addicted, so I’m just in constant pain.

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“It feels like you’re being electrocuted — like shocks of lightning shooting up my feet all day.
“I’ve got a limp when I walk now as one leg is longer than the other because of all the metal in the foot — I waddle like a duck. It does make me feel a bit paranoid.
“It’s just one thing after another… I know — every day is a nightmare at the moment in the life of the Pricey.”

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Katie broke her feet falling off a 25ft wall onto a concrete ramp in Turkey last July.

She told The Sun: “I’m registered disabled and have got letters from the doctors to certify me for a blue badge, which I’ve sent off for.
“I have to park near the entrances to shops all the time, otherwise it would cripple me to walk from the back of a car park to a shop and back again.
“I can’t carry anything from the shops either or even walk up the stairs with anything. The heavier items, the more it hurts my feet.”
Stricken Katie admits she is “living a nightmare”, as the accident has had such a huge impact on everyday jobs.

She is also seeking legal advice over the fall and her injuries.
Katie revealed: “I’m getting some legal advice at the moment.
“I’m not usually the kind of person to do something like this, but this has had a massive effect.
“When it’s cold, my feet ache at night. I can’t get rid of the constant pain. Once I sit down I can’t get up again because it hurts too much.”

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