Lotan Carter 'not over' his ex

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 30 June 2017
Lotan Carter

Lotan Carter

Lotan Carter is "not over" his ex, and says his feud with Isabelle Warburton which saw him removed from the 'Big Brother' house came as she kept mentioning the mystery woman

Lotan Carter is "not over" his ex.

The 'Big Brother' contestant was permanently removed from the house for aggressive and threatening behaviour last week after he became engaged in a feud with fellow housemate Isabelle Warburton.

Now, the hunky housemate has said his temper rose after Isabelle continually mentioned his mystery former flame and his son, which he claims should have been left "private".

He said: "The reason I got so worked up during the argument with Isabelle is because she kept bringing up my son and ex which is private. I'm not over her and we'd been together on and off for the last year, but she broke it off with me a few days before the house."

And Lotan admits his split from his former girlfriend came as she didn't want to be involved in fame, but also didn't want to stop the hunk from pursuing his dreams.

He added: "She doesn't like the spotlight and I would have given it all up for her but she didn't want me to resent her if I got a normal office job. I'm still in love with her and I'd get back with her in ten years if she had eight kids."

The former Dreamboys dancer is "gutted" at the way he reacted during the row with Isabelle, but insisted it wasn't as bad as it seemed.

He told MailOnline: "I'm gutted at the way I reacted during the confrontation with Isabelle, however I never threw a drink. I literally had froth left in my glass and I immediately removed myself from the situation and asked to leave the house."

Meanwhile, Lotan's aggressive behaviour has lost him his spot with famous dance troupe The Dreamboys.

David Richards, Managing Director of The Dreamboys, said in a statement: "We can confirm that Lotan is no longer a part of The Dreamboys. His contract with the group ended when he entered the Big Brother house, win, lose or draw, and he will not be returning to The Dreamboys show.

"We would like to state that we do not condone any of the behaviour we have seen from Lotan whilst he has been in the Big Brother house, and we made this explicitly clear on social media on numerous occasions. His behaviour during the series simply does not sit with our brand values.

"We pride ourselves on the fact that every one of our performers are respectful, approachable and ultimately gentlemen at all times."

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