Former 5ive singer and CBB star Abz has spoken about the devastating moment he discovered that his fiancee Vicky Fallon was advertising herself on an escort site.
He claims he found out by accident after borrowing Vicky’s phone to use the sat nav function. It was while holding the phone that he allegedly saw a sugar daddy app.
“I read some of the messages,” he told The Sunday Mirror. “I also saw an app for AdultWork but it required a passcode, so later I found her profile on the website.”
“I searched for escorts and there she was. I couldn’t believe it… the world started shaking. I took screen shots as her profile was still public before she deleted it.
“It was so horrible,” he says. Vicky, whom he dated for eight years, had advertised her services for up to £390 for one hour and £650 for two.
Vicky admits that she joined the site due to financial difficulties and being at her “lowest ebb”.
“I was on it for about two weeks,” she said. “But I never met up with anyone and came off it.”
After the news story broke, an angry Vicky released a series of videos on Twitter about the “fake news story”.
“I spent eight years being mentally, emotionally and physically abused,” she said, also alleging that there were police records of incidents.
The couple split in March.
“Our relationship was coming to an end because I was waking up to the fact that I deserved better treatment,” she said.
“I do think he had some responsibility in pushing me to that point.”
She also wrote on Twitter: “Yes I joined the site AFTER we split for two weeks and then I deleted it. I met NOONE [sic].”
She added that the “fans who know use closely will KNOW that he’s a liar now.”
When the couple split in March, fans were led to believe it was amicable as Abz tweeted: “Thank you for the time we shared together. It was a beautiful moment in my life.”