The BBC has reportedly shelved plans for a new documentary following her son Harvey Price's move to an assisted learning facility.
The project was announced earlier this month as a follow-up to the acclaimed Katie Price: Harvey And Me, which documented the former glamour model's attempts to find a suitable school facility for her son, who is severely disabled.
Price was arrested on Tuesday morning following a car crash near her home in Sussex, after which she tested positive for cocaine and was also found to be twice over the legal alcohol limit.
Yesterday a court ordered that she seek treatment at rehab facility The Priory and deferred her sentencing until December 15, when she could be jailed.
"Katie had been preparing to start filming with Harvey for the new BBC documentary but it's been pulled," a source told The Sun.
"It would have covered Harvey's first term at his new school but without Katie able to commit there is no show.
"Katie understands of course and hopes there may be scope in the future to pick up where they left off.
"The BBC will want to wait to see what happens in the future before making any decisions about the show."
Production on a separate documentary following the renovation of her so-called "mucky mansion" has also been suspended by Channel 4.