Katie Price was involved in a minor car crash as she left a London theatre last night (17.02.11).
The model's driver was trying to avoid a crowd of fans as she was leaving the Phoenix Theatre in the UK capital's West End theatre district when he accidentally hit a bollard.
The silver BMW vehicle was left with damage to The Front of the left passenger side and an unnamed young man was taken to hospital following the incident, but is not thought to have suffered any serious injuries.
Following the accident, Katie had to wait inside the venue and make arrangements for another car as police had to question the driver.
The 32-year-old star had gone to the theatre to watch her friend Natasha Hamilton make her debut in the musical 'Blood Brothers'.
The car accident ends a stressful week for Katie who was quizzed by authorities over a burn her three-year-old daughter Princess Tiaamii suffered while on a skiing holiday to Swiss resort Klosters.
She has now been told the investigations into the injury are now over and police are satisfied with her explanation that Princess - whose father Peter Andre had complained about it to his lawyers - got it from accidentally touching a heated towel rail.
In a statement, Katie said: "I am naturally delighted that The Police have concluded their investigation into the minor burn that Princess sustained while she was in Klosters.
"The police have informed me that, having looked into this and having spoken to the GP that Peter took the Princess to see, that they are satisfied that the account provided of how the injury was sustained and the nature of that injury was accurate. It follows that there are no child protection issues. I am so relieved at the police findings."