Katie Value has been flooded with messages of help from her superstar associates after opening up about her rape ordeal.
The TV character, 44, will share an perception into her private troubles in a brand new Channel 4 documentary, Katie Value: Trauma and Me, which is about to air on Thursday night.
Forward of the printed, Value defined that a lot of her trauma stems from her being carjacked in South Africa in 2018.
Value, her youngsters and a movie crew have been ambushed by round six thugs after they have been travelling from Johannesburg late at evening.
The previous glamour mannequin revealed how she was sexually assaulted in the course of the terrifying incident, prompting her to hunt remedy for publish traumatic stress dysfunction (PTSD) at The Priory clinic in London shortly after.
Moved by her story, Value has acquired supportive messages from followers and associates alike.
Towie star Yazmin Oukhellou wrote in her Instagram tales: ‘So pleased with you @katieprice for popping out together with your trauma. You have got been by means of probably the most and I can’t even think about going by means of such an ordeal.
‘Simply know you might be so sturdy and also you’ve received this. Sending a lot love.’
Value replied: ‘Thanks a lot @yazminoukhellou can’t wait to catch up and know we’re at all times there for one another.’
It comes weeks after Value herself despatched Oukhellou a heartfelt message after the truth star was injured in a automotive crash that killed her boyfriend Jake McLean.
‘Considering of you yaz.. please hold yaz in your prayers tonight,’ Value wrote hours after information of the crash broke in July.
Nicola McLean additionally despatched sort phrases to Value and wrote in her Instagram tales: ‘So terrible to learn you went by means of the worst factor conceivable @katieprice keep sturdy hopefully after watching your program folks will go away you alone.’
Value replied ‘thanks @nicolamclean30’ with a coronary heart emoji.
Talking to the Mail On-line this week, Value opened up about how the carjacking contributed to her psychological well being struggles and even left her contemplating suicide, explaining: ‘The expertise once I was filming with ITV in South Africa, we had no safety, if we had safety they might have been capable of take care of the six guys that jumped us, held me at gunpoint and raped me.’
She added: ‘I hit extreme melancholy a few years in the past, melancholy on high of PTSD, I used to be suicidal, didn’t wish to be right here. I attempted to kill myself.
‘I knocked myself out and had black eyes. I had bruises round my neck. I awakened. I didn’t wish to be right here.’
Sufferer Assist gives help to survivors of rape and sexual abuse. You’ll be able to contact them on 0333 300 6389.