Katie Price fears she’ll be attacked

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 28: Katie Price launches her latest novel 'Paradise' at HMV, Oxford Street on July 28, 2010 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Price has changed the way she does her public appearences in order to stay safe.
Speaking at a book signing yesterday, Katie Price has admitted that she is afraid of being physically attacked at public appearances. The star then mentioned the attack that happened on Leona Lewis at her book signing last year.

Katie told the Daily Star: “It’s a shame when something like the Leona Lewis incident happens. I always used to do pictures for fans in front of the signing table but I don’t do that anymore. I have changed everything. I feel safer sitting behind the table now. It ruins it because it now means you can’t do pictures with the fans. But you never know if they’ve got a knife or something. I don’t want to get hurt.”

Katie is currently doing book signings to promote her new novel “Paradise”.