Danielle Lloyd has set the record straight about her marriage to – and divorce from – Jamie O’Hara.
The former WAG spoke to Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby on This Morning to clear up all of the rumours.
Jamie has recently said some unkind things about her in the Celebrity Big Brother house but she’s had enough.
“It’s just heartbreaking,” she said.
Alluding to his alleged cheating which ended their marriage, she continued: “He obviously regrets what he’s done in the past but now blames me for not wanting to stay in the relationship.
“I’ve tried to move on with my life.
“I was famous before I met Jamie… I think he’s trying to make me look like I was just trying to get with a footballer.
“I’ve always had my own money… I fund myself.”
The 32-year-old has also admitted to battling depression and anxiety, since before she split from the father of her three children.
She revealed it started when she had a botched boob job.
Danielle appears on Channel 5 show Botched Up Bodies next week and explains she had to have emergency surgery back in 2012 when one of her breast implants exploded.
She was left fighting for her life after she lost six pints of blood.
After getting more corrective surgery, she now has two very misshapen breasts.
Recalling the terrifying moment it happened, Danielle said: “I had a massive blood clot in my chest and almost died. I lost six pints of blood. It was serious.
“I’m not silly. I know the more surgery that I have, the more complications can occur, but hopefully there is something the surgeon can do.”
In the episode, she openly talks about her marriage breakdown.
She confessed: “I was absolutely devastated and I knew I wouldn’t have any breasts. I just had sagging skin – it was disgusting.
“It affected my marriage – I didn’t feel confident, I didn’t like him seeing me naked.”
The former Miss England has also opened up about her troubled past.
In an interview with Channel 5 show In Therapy, Danielle said: “I began partying all the time. I was drinking taking drugs. I’ve always turned to drink to deal with my emotions.
“I woke up one day after a really heavy night of drinking and drugs and I thought: ‘I can’t do this anymore’.
“I thought about jumping off my balcony.”