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Devastated Katie Price has hit back at Dwight Yorke after he branded her an irresponsible parent.

The model was incensed by comments made in his autobiography in which he accused her of preventing him from seeing the pair's disabled son, Harvey.

The devoted mum-of-three claims it is he who has shunned the seven-year-old - seeing him just ONCE in the past YEAR.

We can also reveal that Katie, aka Jordan, is now considering legal action - and is set to consult with her legal team about Dwight's parental responsibilities.

We're told: "Katie loves Harvey to pieces and has always encouraged Dwight to stay in touch with Harvey. She wants her little boy to know his father and know where he came from.

"Dwight has made out he's a diligent dad but Katie claims he last saw Harvey last October, almost a year ago to the day. Harvey has a full-time nanny and as part of the terms of employment, she is allowed to take Harvey up to visit Dwight whenever he wants.

"She says Dwight has not made an attempt in the past 12 months to use this clause.

"Katie has never ever complained about Harvey's disabilities, or the care and attention he requires on a daily basis.

"She does everything for him to make his quality of life as good as possible.

"Kate has been advised to see her lawyers to see if she wants to look at the maintenance agreement again. She is not best pleased by the accusations in his book." In his new autobiography the former Manchester United player describes his estranged ex as "vain and infuriating".

The pair dated around 2001 but split up before Harvey, who is blind and autistic, was born in May 2002.

Katie now raises money for children's charities, and Vision, an organisation caring for the blind, and is competing in a fund-raising 10km run this weekend.

Yorke jealous Harvey calls me dad: Peter Andre.

PETER Andre has hit back at former soccer star Dwight Yorke, who launched a scathing attack on the Australian pop singer.

Former English Premier League player Yorke was reported as saying on the weekend that he wanted to "throttle" Andre, who recently divorced glamour model Jordan, the mother of Yorke's seven-year-old son, Harvey.

"I'm sorry he hates me," Andre told a friend, The Sun reported today.

"I have been that boy's dad for more than three years. And he knows it."

Jordan - whose real name is Katie Price - married Andre in July 2006 after they appeared together on reality TV show I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here! in 2004.

But the pair, who have a son and daughter together, were granted a divorce earlier this month.

Yorke, who played for A-league team Sydney FC in 2005-06, said he was particularly annoyed by talk of Andre adopting Harvey.

Andre was quoted as saying: "I do not hate Dwight and I didn't realise he felt that way about me.

"But I have been a real father to Harvey and he calls me daddy. I guess that sticks in Dwight's throat."

Yorke lifts lid on Keano's Sunderland meltdown.
Sunderland Echo.

Dwight Yorke has given his account of Roy Keane's turbulent last few games in charge of Sunderland.

In his new autobiography, Born to Score, Yorke tells of the moments Keane is alleged to have screamed at his players during the half-time break when his side were trailing to League One side Northampton Town in the Carling Cup.

Yorke, whose book is being serialised in the News of the World, wrote of how the manager's relationship with the Sunderland fans began to sour during that clash.

And he went on to describe an explosive scene in the dressing room, where Keane aimed a kung-fu kick at a tactics board before launching a scathing attack on club captain Dean Whitehead and defender Danny Collins.

Keane once again blew his top as Sunderland went down 1-0 to Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium the month after.

Although the game was goalless at half-time, the former Manchester United captain still read his team the riot act.

Another tactics board bit the dust after a second kung-fu assault. Then Keane kicked-off a tirade at his players by telling Yorke he was being substituted.

The Trindad and Tobago international 'took the decision on the chin', a move which reportedly annoyed Keane.