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Katie Price offered $919K for her old breast implants

KATIE Price's arch-enemy Josie Cunningham has offered to buy her breast implants for £500,000 ($A919,800).

According to the glamour model's agent Rob Cooper she has asked him to email the 'Loose Women' panelist after she tweeted asking for final offers on her old boobs.

A series of text messages screenshot by Rob between himself and Josie, posted on his Twitter account, read : "Rob, do you think Katie Price would take £500,000 ($A919,800) for her old implants? Can you email her and find out? (sic)"

He replied: "What!? Josie, that's an insane amount of money! (sic)"

And Josie said she'd pay the substantial amount only if Katie - who shot to fame as glamour model Jordan - will agree to "wipe the slate clean" with her.

She responded: "It's an investment, tell her the condition is I would want a photo shoot and chat with her to wipe the slate clean. (sic)"

The pair have been bitter rivals ever since Josie compared herself to Katie and she branded her "disgusting".

Katie previously said: "Josie is still comparing herself to me but we are nothing alike. Listen up, Josie: I think you're absolutely disgusting."

The 37-year-old mother of two took to her own Twitter to announce the auction of her implants, which she started on April Fool's Day will come to a close soon and wanted to hear of any "decent offers" via her email.

She wrote: "Final offer if you want to make a decent offer for my implants kpimplants@hotmail.com (sic)"
 


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