Ant McPartlin’s drink driving “quickly forgiven…because he’s a man” says Kerry Katona
…and Katie Price is being “[kicked] whilst she’s down…because she’s a woman and a mother”, Katona says
Celebs Go Dating star Kerry Katona says women are treated more harshly than men for their actions in the latest issue of Celebrity Secrets magazine, available on news stands from Tuesday 26th March 2019:
“The fact of the matter is women are judged much more by their actions than men. Ant…crashed his car because of being over the limit, and eight months later he’s back presenting Britain’s Got Talent. Why? It’s because he’s a man – and I’m a mother. I’m not entitled to have a breakdown or go off the rails, whereas in actual fact I think us mothers have got more of a reason than anybody for it all to get on top of us.”
On Katie Price, Katona says, “You can clearly see she’s gone off the rails, and everyone’s now jumping on the bandwagon and kicking her while she’s down. Why are people not asking what the underlying problem is instead of saying she needs her kids taking off her? It’s because she’s a woman and a mother.”
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