Jeremy McConnell calls Stephanie Davis + Loose Women 'freaks'
Jeremy McConnell has laid into Stephanie Davis and the Loose Women panel on Twitter after his pregnant ex-girlfriend appeared on the show on Friday (26.08.16) saying a plastic doll made her want a baby with him.
Jeremy McConnell has branded Stephanie Davis and the 'Loose Women' panel "freaks".
The Irish model has taken to Twitter to slam them after his ex-girlfriend - who is pregnant with his child - went on the daytime show and revealed she wanted to start a family with him when the pair were tasked with taking care of a baby "doll" on 'Celebrity Big Brother' last year.
She confessed: "He was really good with the baby.
"He was burping it and rubbing its back and I was like 'oh I want a baby with him'.
"Then we watched back the clips and I wanted it."
The bombshell - that the former Hollyoaks star had dreamt up a family with him after he held a plastic toy - didn't go down well with Jeremy, who swiftly responded to a tweet of the news that he was tagged in from 'Loose Women' afterwards.
He hit back: "Freaks".
The tweet was later deleted by the ITV show.
Meanwhile, the former lovers have continued to lock horns ever since they ended their "toxic" relationship however, Stephanie recently said she's written a song about Jeremy.
The 23-year-old actress is desperately trying to re-launch her music career and has admitted she's already set the ball rolling by penning and recording a track about her ex-boyfriend.
She explained: "I've recorded one about him so far. I've never been good at explaining my emotions so I find it easier to write lyrics about how I'm feeling. During my lowest points, when I couldn't stop crying, I would sit with a pen and paper and write."
She's also set to write an "explosive" tell-all book about her life up until now.
A source exclusively told BANG Showbiz earlier this year: "Stephanie has a lot to say and a lot has gone on in her 22 years of life so far. Aside from 'CBB' there are lots of other parts that have remained secret until now. The book will be explosive."