Lewis Bloor apologises to Marnie Simpson
- Bang Showbiz
- 23 February 2017
Lewis Bloor has publicly apologised to his girlfriend Marnie Simpson after he cheated on her on Valentine's Day
Lewis Bloor has posted a grovelling apology to Marnie Simpson after he cheated on her on Valentine's Day.
The 'Only Way is Essex' star has taken to Twitter to release a statement after a video of him in bed with another woman surfaced online.
He wrote: "There's a lot of things being through about the media right now about me. Its only right i let everyone know how silly i have been. Marnie Simpson is an amazing person and i have done something seriously messed up to a very special girl. Ive now met anyone in my life kinder, more caring & more beautiful inside and out and i feel very grateful i got the chance to meet and fall in love with someone so special.
"And yes i did and still do love Marnie ive just been very foolish and got very drunk. I myself know that my actions are unforgivable and apologise to Marnie, her family and mine for the pain that I've caused. Marnie met my family and they all loved her immensely and they are just as angry with me as everyone else is. I have alot to think about so i will be staying off social media for the forseeable future. (sic)"
And the 27-year-old television personality - who has been dating Marnie for several months after they met on 'Celebrity Big Brother' - went on to admit the whole incident was a "drunken mistake" and branded himself a "fool" for ruining things with Marnie.
He added: "I am utterly disappointed in myself for hurting such an amazing girl, she did not deserve any of the pain i have caused. It was a drunken mistake, a terrible thing i wish i had the courage to just admit my wrong doing so Marnie did not have to find out from these girls.
"I was with Marnie for the right reasons. Alot of the stuff thats been said is lies. That doesnt change the fact of what i have done. You all have the right to think badly of me. Today, i think worse of myself than any of you possibly can. Marnie is a great girl and i am clearly a fool for ruining what was something very special. (sic)"