Katie 'Jordan' Price, Peter Andre take legal action over mirror incident

06/17/2007 at 08:53 PM ET

Katieprice Katie ‘Jordan’ Price and her husband Peter Andre will sue the contractors responsible for improperly hanging a massive mirror in their home, which ultimately fell on Katie’s 5-year-old son Harvey on May 29.  According to Katie, the mirror had been mounted only four days prior to the incident, which left Harvey — who is partially blind — with a broken nose and facial lacerations that required 4 stitches. 

We are taking legal action against that company.  But I just feel sorry for Harvey because he can’t see that well and just imagine it falling on him.  It’s awful.

Katie is due with her third child, a girl, the first week of July.  The couple also have a son, 2-year-old Junior.

Source:  People.co.uk 

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Melissa on

Shocking! A negligent parent is putting the blame off on someone else. It’s kind of reminiscent of Britney Spears blaming the nanny.

Miley on

Ouch! poor guy.

katrina on

poor harvey!!!!
it’s inexcusable if some one has been paid to do a job, and that happens….
poor little bloke is resigned to a life of mishaps…sounds a bit like me as a kid!

wendy on

is there not going to be 1 week where the family can have a stress free no problems/accidents of any kind!!!!! The amount that family has to go through n still put on a brave face is beyond me i’d be a wreck!!!

Tara on

I hope that little harvey is alright I hope that he can recover from his injuries, I agree that this family needs some peace and stress free days. From all of the unusal events that have happened to them, I hope that they win their case.

layla on

Is Harvey Katies Bilogical child? Or is he adopted?

Sarah’s note: Biological. His bio dad is Tobagoan.

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