Piers Morgan says Katie Price propositioned him and Simon Cowell but was snubbed

Former Good Morning Britain presenter Piers Morgan has claimed that Katie Price once offered to sleep with both him and his friend Simon Cowell.

The former ITV star penned an open letter to Katie to beg for her to get help, telling her to "wake the f*** up" and "pull herself together for her kids".

Piers claimed that Katie was left furious after Simon declined her offer of an explicit sex act during his lavish 50th birthday party.

He also added that Katie propositioned him, adding that what she offered to do to him was too explicit to repeat in the letter.

In his latest column for The Sun, Piers wrote: "I remember you stumbling towards me at Simon Cowell ’s 50th birthday party, where you’d morphed into full-on Jordan as the night wore on, and expressing your indignant rage that the birthday boy had just declined your offer of a risqué sexual gift.

"I remember bumping into you at the National TV Awards and asking if you were intoxicated. 'I'm not drunk yet,' you laughed, 'but I will be soon and when I am, watch out Morgan!'

"Then you explained exactly what you would do to me, which I'm afraid is not repeatable in a family newspaper!"

In the letter, Piers added that Katie has crossed the line from being an "amusing entertainer" to an "embarrassing train wreck".

Katie has recently split from her fiancé Carl Woods, but sparked rumours they had rekindled their romance after being spotted with her engagement ring back on.

The star posted cryptic pictures on social media as she showed off her blow dry in the passenger seat of his car.

This came just hours after her ex liked a selfie which she had posted, showing herself after a makeover at the hairdressers with a glamorous selfie.

Showing off her new false nails, she also shared a glimpse of her ring as she set tongues wagging once again.

However, the star is yet to confirm her relationship status after she was picked up by Carl in his Porsche earlier this week.

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