TOWIE stars have slammed Stephanie Davis after she threatened to hit fellow co-star Gemma Collins during a rant in the Celebrity Big Brother house
After Essex girl Gemma Collins criticised the Prescot actress for kissing housemate Jeremy Connell whilst she had a boyfriend, Stephanie called her talentless and a monster.
But TOWIE (The Only Way Is Essex) stars have defended their co-star and took to Twitter to slate Stephanie,
Maria Fowler wrote: “This Stephanie is a disgrace... No wonder Hollyoaks sacked her. At least @missgemcollins is actually still working.”
Danielle Armstrong posted: “I’m more proud to be on TOWIE then act like a girl that clearly has no respect for herself or boyfriend #GoGemma #CBB.”
Stephanie had to spend Saturday night in isolation after she launched a drunken rant at Gemma, who expressed her destain at her flirtations with Jeremy.
It’s so wrong what you’re doing, you’ve got a boyfriend. I think you’re acting like an absolute disgraceGemma Collins
Gemma said: “It’s so wrong what you’re doing, you’ve got a boyfriend.
“I think you’re acting like an absolute disgrace.”
Stephanie yelled: “I can’t wait for you to see yourself when you’re out of here like what a horrible monster you are.
“Your attitude stinks, you’re a diva and that’s why no one’s ever liked you’ and ‘who are ya? You’re off TOWIE. What’s your talent? Nothing.”
After the argument, Stephanie told Big Brother in the diary room: “If you let me back in that house I’m gonna end up doing something I regret.
“Either if that’s punching Gemma Collins in the face which she deserves.”
Earlier, Irish-born Jeremy told the former Hollyoaks actress he was not going to be her “dog” as speculation about their relationship blossomed.
He said: “If you respected me and actually liked me you’d just walk out and leave me be.
“I’m finished. It’s like you want your cake and you want to eat it.”
Meanwhile Stephanie’s boyfriend, Sam Reece, has kept a dignified silence on Twitter, choosing only to post a topless photo of himself and mention that he had gone to the cinema.