A dramatic photo has emerged that reportedly shows Katie Price’s BMW flipped on its side after the reality TV star was rushed to hospital after being arrested for drink driving.

The reality TV star is reportedly in hospital receiving treatment after the road traffic accident on Tuesday.

The 43-year-old is understood to be banned from driving after being given a two-year driving disqualification in October 2019.

Katie served an 18-month disqualification after withholding the identity of the driver of her pink Range Rover during a crash.

She then was told to serve another six months off the road when she called DVLA for her new licences as a result of another speeding offence.

A source told The Sun that the star was “in a bad way”.

They added: "She's in hospital now and everyone is desperately worried about her and why she was driving."

Shocking image showing Katie Price’s rolled over BMW

A picture taken by Police Constable Tom Van Der Wee, of the Sussex roads policing unit, shows a car flipped onto its side.

The image, posted at 7:54am, has been linked to the Katie Price by The Sun newspaper.

Taking to Twitter, he said: “Straight out of the office to a crash in Shoreham and now on scene at a single vehicle crash in West Grinstead.

“Occupant of the vehicle is thankfully on the whole okay. Road is closed whilst we get the vehicle recovered.”

Sussex Police statement

A Sussex Police spokeswoman said: "Police responded to reports of a single-vehicle collision on the B2135 near Partridge Green around 6.20am on Tuesday (September 28).

"A woman, 43, was arrested on suspicion of driving while above the legal limit for alcohol and drugs, and has been taken to hospital to be checked over.

"The road was blocked temporarily while recovery of the vehicle was arranged."

A South East Ambulance Service spokesman said: "I can confirm we were called at approximately 6.30am to reports of an RTC on the B2135 at Partridge Green. 

"One ambulance crew attended the scene and one person was assessed and treated before being taken to hospital."