Katie Price accuses Jodie Marsh of 'feeding fans a lie' over controversial slimming pills 'Semtex'

London, February 16 (ANI): Katie Price has reignited her feud with Jodie Marsh, blasting the bodybuilder for 'feeding her fans a lie' after launching a slimming pill.

The mum-of-three claims the former glamour model told fans she got her body through excessive training and healthy eating.

But after launching diet pill Semtex this week, Katie claims this gives the wrong impression.

The newlywed glamour model said that Jodie is either plain stupid or being badly advised, the Daily Mail reported.

Katie's also called for the pill to be taken off the market, saying the name Semtex - which is the same name given to an explosive used by the IRA - is inappropriate.

But Marsh refused to apologise for the range and replied in typically forthright style to Price's comments.

She wrote: 'So KP, everyone over size 10 is a heffer and we should all just have lipo instead of eating healthy and using #Semtex to get fit? #badrolemodel,' referring to Katie's 'heffer' jibe directed at Kelly Brook last week.

Jodie continued: 'My products are food and fuel to help you get the perfect toned body. By that I do not mean skinny, I promote health and fitness and exercise x x

'All athletes (with perfect bodies ie. Jessica Ennis) will eat extra protein to give the body what it needs. It's not about starving yourself.

'My products are designed to get people fit with exercise. Helping people to feel good about themselves by lifting weights and eating normally.' (ANI)


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