Boyle joked about Price's disabled son Harvey on his 2010 Channel 4 show Tramadol Nights, prompting the glamour model to take legal action and complain to Ofcom.
Channel 4 defended the material and although Price's complaint was upheld by Ofcom, she later claimed that she had not received an apology from the broadcaster.
"Of course I still want an apology," Price told Metro when asked if she wanted the comedian to say sorry.
"He's insulted my son and other people with disabilities. It's easy to try to get a cheap laugh. I believe in karma."
She added: "I heard he used to work in a care home, which makes me question why he said it. Is it all for show? Is he a decent man really?"
Price previously called for Channel 4's chief executive David Abraham to be sacked for allowing the material to be aired and it later emerged that Abraham had personally signed off the controversial material in the show.
After she failed to set up a meeting with Boyle for her Sky Living documentary about her son, Price called Boyle a "shameful mouse".