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Katie Price has opened up about the scary moment son Harvey was confronted by armed police on an aircraft after he refused to get off and proceeded to have a meltdown.
The mum-of-five, who has already picked a dress for wedding with Carl Woods, said Harvey, 18, wanted to stay on holiday and didn't want to leave.
Speaking on BBC's disability podcast Ouch, the 42 year old explained: "We had a bit of trouble on a plane not so long ago where he didn't want to come off the plane because he wanted to stay on holiday.
"Everybody had to get off the other end of the plane. Then he kicked off, then all the armed police came.
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"They didn't understand. I said it was fine, he's got autism, he doesn't want to come off the plane," she divulged.
"He was trying to smash the phones off the wall in the airport and tunnel. Oh my god it was a nightmare.
"That's because he didn't want to get off the plane, he wanted to stay on holiday but he didn't understand that you have to get off the plane. He does have his moments," she continued.
Katie's revelation comes after she announced that Harvey will be going to live in a residential college.
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While appearing on Jeremy Vine, the former glamour model explained that her son will be staying in the facility for seven years so tha that he can learn how to be independent.
"It will break my heart, but I know he's not gone forever… but I have to do it I can't be selfish.
"I would have him at home all the time if I could. Even though it's very challenging. He is a part of me.
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"It's just like with any kid, you just have to let them explore the next level," Katie shared.
The reality star, who said Harvey has scars from self harming, continued: "It's not an easy journey with a disability. It's hard enough for an able-bodied child.
"You've got to be able to trust everyone there. It's got to be the right education for him and because of his complex needs he needs to be in the right place."
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