Charlotte Crosby has opened up about her former Geordie Shore co-star Vicky Pattison, claiming after leaving the show Vicky failed to reach out.
Charlotte, who was one of the original cast members of Geordie Shore alongside Vicky, says the rift has become so wide they haven't spoken in six years.
Speaking on an impromptu Instagram Q and A session, Charlotte, 30, said: "I wouldn’t exactly say we aren't friends because non of us fell out.
"It’s one of those things where she left the show and went on her own path."
The Ex On The Beach starlet added: "She didn’t really stay in touch with any of us.
"But equally we probs didn’t stay in touch either. Nobody's fault really.
"But she made no secret that she has no fond memories from the show and didn’t really have many nice things to say about it on departure.
"I think that made us kinda second guess if she even wanted to be associated with us."
Keen to play down rumours of an actual fight between her and Vicky, Charlotte said: "I think there may be the odd message sent between the other girls.
"But not with me no. No hard feelings however and wish the best for her."
While Charlotte opted to stay with Geordie Shore until 2016, Vicky left in 2014.
In 2015 Vicky went on to enter the I'm A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! before being crowned Queen of the Jungle.
Since then she had worked hard to rebrand herself and shed the wild image liked to Geordie Shore.
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Vicky famously admitted that having sex on TV during the early series of Geordie Shore was on of the biggest regrets of her life.
She said: "The b*tching is nasty but I'm actually a bit of a prude when it comes to that side of things.
"I despised that my parents could potentially see it.”
Vicky added: "The worst thing about having sex on TV was that my mam stopped speaking to me for ages when she found out.
"Yes, sometimes my language is appalling. I can be violent but those things mam can overlook. But having sex on TV is very different."
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