Hopkins blasted Peaches sympathisers by claiming that if it were her that died of a drug overdose, people wouldn't be as kind.
It was confirmed this week that Geldof had stored syringes in sweet boxes in the home she shared with husband Tom Cohen and children Astala and Phaedra.
After the inquest findings were made public, Katie decided not to keep her opinions on the matter to herself and aired them on Twitter for everyone to see.
The vitriolic talking head, who famously sparred with Peaches on This Morning, tweeted: "Peaches' fatal syringe was in a box by the bed - along with some sweets. She was taking care of her baby son after all.
"Let's turn the tables. It was me that took an overdose whilst caring for my 11 month old. Would I be a fallen angel too?"
This comment provoked plenty of reaction, both positive and negative, from Katie's avid followers.
One angry follower wrote: "There is no need to be so disrespectful!", while another replied: "Maybe, maybe not! However Peaches might not be calling out your memory in twitter tho #noclass."
However, some people agreed with Katie, with one fan writing: "No sympathy at all. Just massive amounts of sadness for those 2 boys."
Another wrote: "My opinion is if it was a young lass off a council estate she would be perceived differently."
Katie and Peaches met when they joined a discussion on attachment parenting on This Morning.
Geldof trounced all over her snobby opposition in the televised spat, later tweeting: "Really Katie, you may just have to face up to the fact you lost because your points made no sense and because you are a complete and utter idiot. Being a backwards old hag isn't a career choice.
"Apologies again for rinsing you live on TV."
Peaches, 25, was determined to have died from a fatal heroin overdose.