Katie Price claims she's been locked out of her Facebook after being hacked by an impersonator

Natasha Sporn

Katie Price has appealed to her fans to help her get a Facebook hacker and impersonator shut down after returning from Thailand to find herself locked out of her account.

The reality star and former model shared a screenshot of a page featuring inspirational quotes, which was claiming to be her.

“This is NOT ME!!! My FACEBOOK has been hacked please all report the account! Facebook please give me my access back!” Price wrote on her Twitter on Monday.

Price also posted the same message on her Instagram stories to appeal to more fans for help and urged them not to be fooled into thinking it was her.

The mother-of-five found out she had been the target of a hack hours after she returned from a holiday in Thailand with boyfriend Kris Boyson.

The loved up pair showed off snaps and videos from the luxurious holiday in the idyllic location, amid claims they were going to get engaged on their trip.

Last week, reports claimed that Boyson, 30, had taken an engagement ring with them on holiday to pop the all-important question.

According to The Sun, Boyson “told Price’s friends that he was really serious about marriage” and that the big moment would be captured on her reality show My Crazy Life.

Loved up: Katie Price and Kris Boyson (Instagram / Katie Price)

However, representatives for Price denied that cameras had followed them on holiday.

Last month, Price was banned from driving for three months and fined £1,500 after being caught drunk in charge of her crashed Range Rover.

Price was said to have been “very drunk” in the back of the car, slurring words and smelling of alcohol, after the pink motor collided with a hedge.

The star insisted that she was not at the wheel, claiming Boyson’s friend was driving, but a District Judge said he did not have “any degree of confidence” in her story before finding her guilty.