In response to allegations that they participated in a WhatsApp group that harassed the mother of Katie Price's disabled son Harvey, the Met Police informed the officer in a letter that Katie Price published.
The TV personality and model referred to the alleged behavior as "disgusting.".
The officers are allegedly accused of sharing "inappropriate and derogatory images" of her son in the letter, which she posted on her Instagram account.
According to the Met Police, it is "unable to discuss the allegations.".
18 months after calling for the "naming and shaming" of eight officers under investigation for allegedly sharing inappropriate material about Harvey on WhatsApp, Price has revealed the letter. I don't like the way the police are treating Harvey, she continued. ".
An investigator from the Met's professional standards division informs her in the letter she posted on Instagram earlier on Friday that "a number of Metropolitan Police officers are alleged to have breached the standards of professional behaviour in regards to discreditable conduct.".
The letter continues, stating that this was due to "participating in a WhatsApp group chat that had inappropriate and disparaging images of your son, Harvey Price.".
The letter also mentions that a gross misconduct hearing will be held next week against the accused officers in west London.
Along with a photo of the letter, Price posted a comment to Instagram saying: "It's disgusting that police officers from here felt the need to laugh and use disgusting content on Harvey by creating a WhatsApp group.
I wish I could be at this court date, but I'm not. They must be identified, called out, and exposed. ".
The Met declined to comment on the situation but confirmed that a hearing was scheduled to begin on February 21 and would likely last four days.
Eight people are named in a notice posted on the Met's website who are accused of misconduct in connection with their participation in a WhatsApp group between 2016 and 2018.
The notice further states that the alleged behavior "amounts to gross misconduct and is so serious as to justify dismissal" if proven.
In addition to autism and Prader-Willi syndrome, which can lead to learning and behavioral issues, Harvey, who was born in 2002, was also found to have septo-optic dysplasia, a rare genetic condition that affects his eyesight.
Price has previously spoken out about Harvey's abuse on social media.
Harvey was also made fun of by comedian Frankie Boyle, whose routine on his Channel 4 show Tramadol Nights was found by Ofcom in 2011 to "target and mock the mental and physical disabilities" of Price's son, who was eight years old at the time.