Bianca Gascoigne can't sleep after Jamie O'Hara ditch
Bianca Gascoigne has been forced to book a last-minute holiday away because the stress she's under is wreaking havoc with her sleep pattern
Bianca Gascoigne hasn't been able to sleep since Jamie O'Hara publicly dumped her.
The 30-year-old glamour model was left humiliated last week when she found out the out-of-action footballer - who she met last month in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house - had ended their relationship without informing her and she has admitted she feels so embarrassed by the saga that she's decided to jet off on holiday to recuperate.
Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Friday (17.02.17), she said: "I've had a really hard time, I've not been sleeping because of my anxiety and the whole thing ... I've actually just booked a holiday. I'm going away later just to clear my head. I'm going to turn off my phone. I'm just not sleeping. I think it's because it's still fresh."
But it's not just the breakdown of her romance that's wreaked havoc with her nerves as the blonde bombshell - who is the step-daughter of footballing legend Paul 'Gazza' Gascoigne - has also been branded a "cheat" after her romance with Jamie blossomed in the infamous abode while she was still in a relationship with CJ Meeks.
She explained: "Being labelled a cheat is such a horrible thing to be labelled but I've never done that in my life... I couldn't help my feelings towards Jamie and everything is intensified in that house. Everything is a mess."
CJ - who had been dating Bianca since Christmas 2015 - tried to persuade his now-former flame not to do the reality TV show at the time, but she is adamant she was always going to do it because she thought it would boost the profile of her strip club.
Bianca - who is the manager of the establishment in London - said: "I was just delighted to have the opportunity to go on there. I thought I would go on there to have fun, thought it would be good for the club, never thought I'd fall for someone in there.
"It wasn't in my mindset at all. It just happened. When I got put for the programme I was single and we were on and off. It was difficult for me not to be able to talk about it. I wish it could have been different but that's just the way it was. We were on and off. He wasn't pleased I was going in there but I was going to go in there because it's always something I wanted to do. It wasn't right. I do get it because he's really hurt."