Kerry Katona has said her daughter is being ‘teased’ at her new school by boys being ‘horrible.’
The 40-year-old revealed her daughter Heidi even come home ‘in tears’ after the school children said ‘crude things’ about her being in the public eye.
The former Atomic Kitten singer said that her 14-year-old was targeted by the teens at her new school in Cheshire.
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Kerry admitted she is considering moving Heidi out of the school and sending her to a private school her older children attended, the Mirror reports.
Writing about her daughter’s ‘disgusting’ ordeal in her weekly column in New magazine, Kerry said: “She’s made some good friends but some of the boys have been horrible to her.
“They were teasing her about me and saying some really crude things just because I’m in the public eye.
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“She came home in tears. It’s disgusting. It’s hard enough moving away, never made having to deal with that.”
Heidi, 14, and Max, 13, are Kerry’s children with her second husband Mark Croft.
She also has daughters Molly, 19, and Lilly-Sue, 18, with Westlife’s Brian McFadden.
With late rugby player George Kay she shares a daughter Dylan-Jorge (DJ).
Recently the mum revealed that she has made her first £1 million after her bankruptcy.
She said that since starting her Only Fans account she has earned ‘tens of thousands a month’ by posting pictures of herself.
Kerry decided to join the subscription site after needing to borrow £50 from her mum so she could feed her children in the height of the pandemic.
She now has 2,000 subscribers, who pay up to £18 a month.
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