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Charlotte Crosby has slammed her Geordie Shore co-stars after quitting the reality series last year, following a furious row.

The reality star, 33, left the show during filming for the 24th series after getting into an argument with Marnie Simpson over a high chair.

The pair have since unfollowed one another on social media and reportedly haven’t spoken since after things got heated.

Charlotte has now broken her silence on the drama, taking to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to share a lengthy statement, accusing her friends of talking ‘behind my back’.

She wrote: ‘Hi everyone. I just wanted to pop on to say thanks so much for all the lovely messages I’ve received over the the last 24 hours. They’ve meant a lot. 

Charlotte Crosby breaks her silence on explosive feud with Marnie Simpson as ‘hurt’ star slams her Geordie Shore friends for talking ‘behind her back’

Charlotte Crosby has slammed her Geordie Shore co-stars after quitting the reality series last year, following a furious row (pictured November 2023)

The reality star, 33, left the show during filming for the 24th series after getting into an argument with Marnie Simpson (pictured) over a high chair

The reality star, 33, left the show during filming for the 24th series after getting into an argument with Marnie Simpson (pictured) over a high chair

‘I haven’t had a chance to watch the new eps of Geordie Shore, but I don’t think I will. I really was quite clueless as to conversations that were being had behind my back by “Friends”.’

She continued: ‘Last year whilst filming was going on, I had just had a baby, lost my beloved nana and was trying to be by my mam’s side during her cancer diagnosis.

‘I know many of you are already fully aware of the roller coaster of emotions we went through as a family that year, so I feel a little saddened I have to bring this up in a bid to try and defend myself.’

Charlotte admitted that she was still ‘hurt’ and was attempting to ‘move on’ in the wake of the feud.

She said: ‘I was hoping to be really strong when the show aired and try to brush it off like I wasn’t bothered, but I am hurt and I can’t quite seem to shake it off.

‘Life is too short to argue though. I’m going to count my blessings, value my loved ones and move on with my head held high. Love you all lots.’

It comes after Marnie, 31, also spoke out about the clash with Charlotte and confirmed their friendship had come to an end.

She said she would be willing to reconcile with her former pal, but would not be willing to make the first move to mend the relationship, citing her desire to protect her mental health from ‘negativity’.

The pair have since unfollowed one another on social media and reportedly haven't spoken since after things got heated (pictured together in 2019)

The pair have since unfollowed one another on social media and reportedly haven’t spoken since after things got heated (pictured together in 2019)

Charlotte has now broken her silence on the drama, taking to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to share a lengthy statement, accusing her friends of talking 'behind my back'

Charlotte has now broken her silence on the drama, taking to her Instagram Stories on Wednesday to share a lengthy statement, accusing her friends of talking ‘behind my back’

Speaking to The Mirror this week, she said: ‘I feel like if I was to ever bump into Charlotte I’d say hello, like I don’t hold any grudges.

‘But I feel like people do just drift apart. We’re not 20 anymore, we’re adults with children, getting married and stuff so obviously that happens. Friends can drift apart and become different people. 

‘I think that for my mental health, I just need to surround myself with positive influences, who lifts us up and support us. I don’t want to surround myself with negativity.’

Marnie also spoke to The Sun, where she admitted it was a ‘shame’ she had lost her friend but that she was ‘not losing any sleep over it’.

She said: ‘I’ve lived in London for seven or eight years, so I never really seen Charlotte that much, I used to talk to her a lot on social media and WhatsApp, but we weren’t heavily in each others lives.

‘I think it’s a shame because the memories what we got, it’s a shame that we’ve lost the friendship but it is what it is.

‘It doesn’t get us down, I’m not losing any sleep over it. I’m just focusing on the positive this year, I don’t want to focus on any negatives.

‘I want to surround myself with people who uplift me and make me feel good and who want the best for us.’

It comes after Marnie, 31, also spoke out about the clash with Charlotte and confirmed their friendship had come to an end (Marnie pictured in 2022)

It comes after Marnie, 31, also spoke out about the clash with Charlotte and confirmed their friendship had come to an end (Marnie pictured in 2022)

She said she would be willing to reconcile with her former pal, but would not be willing to make the first move to mend the relationship, adding she was 'not losing any sleep over it'

She said she would be willing to reconcile with her former pal, but would not be willing to make the first move to mend the relationship, adding she was ‘not losing any sleep over it’

When asked if she would be prepared to reach out first to make amends, Marnie firmly declared: ‘No, never.’ 

Charlotte and Marnie had been friends for several years after starring on the reality series together.

They were often seen celebrating milestones and birthdays together and Charlotte attended Marnie’s wedding to Casey Simpson in March 2023. 

Fellow Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei recently admitted things are still ‘raw’ between certain cast members as she discussed the latest series, which takes place in Cyprus.

The star, 34, is Marnie’s cousin and Charlotte’s best friend and said it had been ‘the worst scenario ever’ to be in the middle of the pair’s bitter feud.

Speaking to OK! Magazine, she said: ‘When Charlotte got upset and left, me and Holly [Hagan] tried everything to keep her there.’

‘And then obviously Marnie is upset, and I want to go up to Marnie, too. Being in the middle, you want to be really fair and you don’t want to take sides. You just want everyone to get on.’

The reality TV star added the whole thing was ‘really tough’ and it’s ‘a shame’ things ended up the way they did.

Charlotte and Marnie had been friends for several years after starring on the reality series together and Charlotte attended Marnie's wedding to Casey Simpson in March 2023 (pictured)

Charlotte and Marnie had been friends for several years after starring on the reality series together and Charlotte attended Marnie’s wedding to Casey Simpson in March 2023 (pictured)

Fellow Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei recently admitted things are still 'raw' between certain cast members as she discussed the latest series, which takes place in Cyprus (pictured with Charlotte in September 2023)

Fellow Geordie Shore star Sophie Kasaei recently admitted things are still ‘raw’ between certain cast members as she discussed the latest series, which takes place in Cyprus (pictured with Charlotte in September 2023) 

She continued: ‘It’s still obviously really raw. And they’ve got to watch it and go through it all again, which isn’t going to be nice.’

She insisted ‘there’s going to be that one day where they’re going to have to be in the same room as each other,’ adding: ‘Who knows what’ll happen?’

Charlotte announced she had quit the long-running MTV series in August, and became emotional as she revealed filming the latest series went ‘so terribly wrong’.

The mother-of-one shot to fame on the first series of Geordie Shore in 2011 and stayed until 2016, before returning in 2022. 

Charlotte – who shares 15-month-old daughter Alba with fiancé Jake Ankers – said she can’t bear to watch the new episodes.

The star flew home from Cyprus early after filming the show for just two days last year, and she was left ‘sad, paranoid and anxious’ about the after-effects of her exit.

Speaking on her Always On podcast, Charlotte said: ‘It just ended up going so terribly wrong. I don’t know why but the whole series, I later discovered, was a bit weird. I didn’t expect it to go the way that it did, and for that reason I am sad.

‘I’m sad for loads of reasons. I’m sad that I took Alba and Jake, my family, into a show that I loved so much and it went so badly wrong.

Charlotte announced she had quit the long-running MTV series in August, and became emotional as she revealed filming the latest series went 'so terribly wrong'

Charlotte announced she had quit the long-running MTV series in August, and became emotional as she revealed filming the latest series went ‘so terribly wrong’ 

The mother-of-one shot to fame on the first series of Geordie Shore in 2011 and stayed until 2016, before returning in 2022 (pictured in 2011)

The mother-of-one shot to fame on the first series of Geordie Shore in 2011 and stayed until 2016, before returning in 2022 (pictured in 2011)

Charlotte - who shares 15-month-old daughter Alba with fiancé Jake Ankers - said she can't bear to watch the new episodes

Charlotte – who shares 15-month-old daughter Alba with fiancé Jake Ankers – said she can’t bear to watch the new episodes 

‘I feel like I could cry talking about it. I felt an immense amount of guilt for not knowing better. I just thought we were going to have such a good time.

‘We didn’t not. We did have some good times. Listen, it was fun. I was only in there for two days, but we had some lovely times in quarantine.

‘There was a silly argument, over a high chair of all things, that escalated. And I just left. I just needed to get out of that environment.

‘I’d never raised my voice in front of Alba ever, and I did in this argument, and I was like, “Oh God, I feel absolutely terrible.” I’ve never gotten that angry and wound up.’

Becoming emotional, she said: ‘As a mam, you feel so guilty. I was riddled with guilt. I felt anxious, I felt guilty. I think in the weeks I came out of the show I just felt awful. I was so worried.

‘Had I made a bad decision going in there with my family? I was worried about what everyone was going to be saying about me that I’d left. After that, it all just got worse.’

Charlotte admitted she can’t bear to watch the new series: ‘If I’m honest, I don’t think I will watch the show, because I’m that anxious about it,’ but insisted at the time: ‘The moral of the story is, I haven’t fell out with anyone really. I don’t have any ill feelings towards anyone.

‘There was just a silly argument. I still very much love them all dearly. You’ll just have to watch. It just fills us full of dread. I don’t even know why.’

Charlotte also addressed the rumours of a fallout with her co-stars in an Instagram Q&A last year, saying friendships were 'tested' and saying the show had pushed a 'false narrative' on her

Charlotte also addressed the rumours of a fallout with her co-stars in an Instagram Q&A last year, saying friendships were ‘tested’ and saying the show had pushed a ‘false narrative’ on her

She continued: ‘For that reason, I definitely don’t think I could be involved going forward again, which is so sad. It’s not because of any particular person, and it’s not because I wouldn’t go back because I don’t want to be with them.

‘But how I felt after, during and hearing stories about what was going on afterwards – it was so awful. I’ve never felt that sad and paranoid and anxious ever, and I don’t want to feel like that again.

‘But there’s no big fall outs, no one hates each other. There were some disagreements. These things happen.’

Charlotte also addressed the rumours of a fallout with her co-stars in an Instagram Q&A last year, saying friendships were ‘tested’ and saying the show had pushed a ‘false narrative’ on her.

She penned: ‘There’s lots of these questions. I don’t [know] really about fallouts, I would go as far to say there were a bunch of misunderstandings,” she replied in a lengthy picture caption.

‘One very silly argument that escalated. But a lot of confusion I think overall. At this age you don’t fall out with people intentionally you kinda just have stuff going on and through those times friendships are tested.

‘But I really dread watching the series I’m not sure I will. I have felt a couple of times when filming there has been a false narrative pushed on me something I’ve never experienced when filming Gshore. Which makes me realise it’s not the show for me anymore.’



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