Katie Price has condemned the "cruel" Twitter trolls who say that she "deserves" to be left broken-hearted by cheating husband Kieran Hayler.
Speaking to Digital Spy at a photocall for hair colour remover ColourB4, the model said she has been trying to "rise above" mean reactions to her split last month, which she announced online after discovering that Hayler had been having an affair with her best friend Jane Pountney.
"I've had a lot of support, which is amazing," she said. "I've had lots of letters come through from people who've been in similar situations.
"You're always going to get the ones who say, 'Oh, she deserves it'. They're just cruel, because they don't know the truth. At the end of the day you've got to rise above it."
Price also pleaded with paparazzi stationed outside her house to "have a little respect", as their actions could put her unborn baby with Hayler at risk.
"Paparazzi are outside my house every day," she said. "I just wish they'd have a little respect. I know they want to know what's going on, but I'm not having a great pregnancy and them stressing me out is not helping. I'm choosing to stay in and not go out."
Price added that she is considering moving on with a dramatic style make-over, saying: "Because this product works I am thinking of going a crazy colour. I've always wanted to do half my head shaved [like] when Rihanna did it. But you can still have fun with your hair by changing colour."
The 36-year-old, who plans on moving her autobiography to next year from its scheduled 2016 release, also claimed that she never considered pulling out of today's launch despite her "s**t month".
"I love coming to work," she said. "I have had a s**t month and I'm still going through it, but I'm not going to let anyone down. If I don't turn up no-one else is going to take my place, and we've all put hard work into it... I could just sit at home and do what?"
RIP, Katie's old face. To new beginnings!
ONTD, how do you fight back becoming overwhelmed with indignation?