Charlotte Crosby has quit Geordie Shore after furious row with Gary Beadle over ectopic pregnancy
Charlotte Crosby has sensationally quit Geordie Shore following an escalating row over her ectopic pregnancy.
The reality star announced the news on Twitter just hours after ex-boyfriend Gary Beadle responded to her side of the story, insisting he was "devastated" over the situation - and accusing Charlotte of cheating on him herself.
An angry Charlotte wrote:
Charlotte gave an interview to Heat magazine opening up about her painful experience of ectopic pregnancy - saying it was made worse because Gary was away filming for Ex On The Beach, leaving her to go through everything alone. She also found out he had been with another woman.
After the interview was published, Gaz hit back with his own column in the Daily Star, saying Charlotte had cheated with Marty McKenna.
He also denied his ex's comments about him being on the other side of the world, saying: "I spoke to Charlotte and she said she was surviving with her mam and friends nearby, that I was under contract to continue filming, and she told me stay out there."
He said that the two had only stopped communicating after a big row about him being with another woman. Gaz insists he was single at the time.
Gaz fired back:
Gaz also insisted the interview about the pregnancy should not have been published.
He wrote: "Only a handful of my closest friends knew. At the end of the day, I was going to be a dad. We were going to be parents, then this happened. It's bloody awful. I am devastated for the both of us.
"That is why, when I woke up yesterday to see it everywhere, I was shocked.
"Rightly or wrongly, for me some things need to remain private. That may sound weird for someone who's had sex on TV, but that's the way it is."
Charlotte's interview gave details of her pregnancy, which occurred when she had run out of the contraceptive pill - and didn't take the morning after pill until it was too late.
After days of pain, Charlotte was rushed to hospital, where she collapsed.
"I was fitting on the floor and it was just so scary," she said.
"I didn't know what the hell was going on and I was in so much pain.
"Then the X-ray showed how much damage had been caused. Because I'd left it a week, it'd torn open my fallopian tube and I was bleeding internally. He said: 'If you'd have left it any longer, you could have died.'"