Marco Pierre White Jr. defends Laura Carter BB fling
Former 'Big Brother' housemate Marco Pierre White Jr. has defended his racy romps with Laura Carter.
Marco Pierre White Jr. has defended Laura Carter against the criticism she has received for bedding him inside the 'Big Brother' house.
The former housemate has taken to social media to shut down trolls who are ripping into the 30-year-old model after she got intimate with him inside the Big Brother House.
The 21-year-old model says Laura didn't do anything "wrong" and warned people not to "blame her" as it was all down to a misunderstanding with his ex-fiancée Kim Melville-Smith, who he claims gave him a "hall pass" to do whatever he liked inside the infamous TV abode.
Taking to Twitter, he wrote: "Laura did nothing wrong, I had a hall pass don't blame her ... I wasn't acting on Big Brother I've always been myself ... The sex with Laura wasn't a game plan what happened."
Marco's Twitter rant come days after Kim - who he split up after he came out of the house following his X-rated antics with Laura - said she felt physically "sick" when she had to watch her future husband get frisky with the stunning redhead.
She recently said: "I watched a tiny bit when they shared a bed, but it made me feel sick so I turned it off."
Confirming the end of their relationship, Marco said: "The arrangement we had I was given a hall pass for 'Big Brother'. I was given a free pass to do anything I wanted ... Maybe I did push it too far. I'm in contact with her now. We'll see how it goes. Just be friends for the moment.
"I think Kim's a great person. I don't regret what I did. I shouldn't have done what I did. I don't regret anything to do with Laura. I feel guilty. I feel bad. I knew Kim was watching. In the Big Brother house, you do forget sometimes."
And he's also adamant that he was the one to end their relationship.
He said: "I spoke to Kim. Basically, I just said I can't be with someone who chooses to sell stories about me.
"Even though she denied it, she admitted to selling one, and it's affected my family growing up - my mother selling stories about me - and I don't really want to be around it anymore."