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Kids' charity slams Jordan over her "c**t" Twitter rant against Andre.

Byline: ANI

London, June 24 (ANI): A leading children's charity has slammed Jordan over her X-rated rant on her Twitter web page about estranged husband Peter Andre.

The former I'm A Celebrity star, who is locked in a bitter divorce battle with the singer, recently defended her wild antics stemming from boozy night outs in Ibiza and posted an obscene taunt about Pete as she flew back.

The Sun reports, the glamour model, real name Katie Price, had tweeted: "Loving Ibiza, can't wait to see my children when they're back from Cyprus! Pete being a true c**t to me! He left me, not me leave him."

Charity Kidscape director Claude Knights subsequently blasted the 31-year-old, saying: "Celebrities have a responsibility not to negatively influence young people. Teenagers have a huge presence on Twitter and young girls model themselves on female idols."

The mum-of-three was apparently snapped frolicking with her alleged new boyfriend Anthony Lowther, flashing her underwear and kissing a pretty brunette during her recent break in the holiday island.

And Jordan had no regrets over her boozy week, saying: "I've had a great time and people can slate me all they like. I work hard, I'm a good mum, I'm a young woman and I'm going through a split.

"There's nothing wrong with going away and having a good time for a week after all I've been through. And I bet you loads of women would do exactly the same thing."

Meanwhile, Peter has been photographed in tears during a holiday in Cyprus with the kids. (ANI)

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