COMMENTS made by an Andover-born TV presenter have led to a number of complaints from viewers to a broadcast regulator.

Katie Piper’s comments on ITV lunchtime show Loose Women have attracted more than 60 Ofcom complaints from viewers.

Ofcom has received the complaints following her reaction to an image of a ‘goth baby’, according to the Daily Mirror.

The comments came when Ms Piper was chatting with her fellow panellists Kay Adams, Judi Love and Nadia Swahala on Wednesday, January 4, about parents imposing their lifestyle choices on children.

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After watching a clip of a mum turning her entire home into a real-life Addams Family house based on a new Netflix show, Ms Piper said it was giving her “satanic vibes”.

The 39-year-old was heard saying: “I don't like that interior. It's all black and dark. Babies don't like that.

"I'm just going to put it out there – it's giving me satanic vibes, it's giving me bad energy, it's toxic, I don't like it and also it's a baby.

"The cots are tombs. You can't put your baby in a grave."

Ms Piper, who grew up in Andover and attended Basingstoke College of Technology, was a victim of a rape and acid attack which left her with severe burns and scars in 2008.

The horrific incident left her blind in one eye and needing over 250 operations.

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In 2009, Katie took the brave decision to give up her anonymity and share her story on Channel 4, in a documentary for Cutting Edge called Katie: My Beautiful Face.

In July 2010, Katie set up The Katie Piper Foundation, a registered charity which aims to make it easier for people to live with burns and scars and helps disfigured people reconnect with their lives.