Vicky Pattison: Geordie Shore boys won't grow up
Vicky Pattison - who quit reality show 'Geordie Shore' in October - claims her former male co-stars are suffering from 'Peter Pan syndrome" and don't want to grow up
Vicky Pattison claims the male stars of 'Geordie Shore' will never grow up.
The brunette beauty - who quit the reality TV show in October last year - believes her former cast mates Gary Beadle, Aaron Chalmers, Kyle Christie and Scott Timlin are suffering from "Peter Pan syndrome" and have no plans to exit the series any time soon.
She said: "The boys in that house - Gary, Scott, Kyle, Aaron - they've got real Peter Pan syndrome and it's fine for them.
"They can live in Geordie Never Neverland and shag girls for the rest of their life and have no responsibilities or cares or anything because all they do when they come out is do PAs [public appearances] anyway - it's just an extension of the show.
"Gary's going to be bucking birds on his f**king Zimmer frame, man, isn't he? That's definitely not changing any time soon."
Vicky, 27, insists its been much harder for her female co-stars to decide whether to stay on the show and admitted that her close pal, Charlotte Crosby, has debated leaving the MTV series.
She told Digital Spy: "I think it is harder for the girls than it is the boys because we've got stuff ticking that the lads don't have.
"Every so often Charlotte sort of pulls away - you can tell she sort of wants something else or something different...I think it's really hard and really difficult for the girls at times."