Geordie Shore’s Chloe Ferry has sensationally revealed that during a rather passionate encounter, she almost killed a man!
She says that during a session of red hot smooches and more, the fella she was enjoying suddenly took ill and almost carked it.
“I was having sex with one of my exes and we were really going for it,” the gobby Geordie lass said.
“Then all of a sudden he started gasping!
“It took me a while to realise that he was having an asthma attack, and he didn’t have his inhaler.
“It was really scary and he nearly died. You could say I took his breath away.’
Luckily for Chloe, the fella managed to find his breath again and survived the ordeal.
“He eventually calmed down and everything was alright. It was a shame that it happened though, because we were having a really good time.”
On the subject of dodgy exes, Chloe says that she has dated her fair share of numpties in the past – most of which she wouldn’t want to come face-to-face with in the up-coming series of Ex On The Beach that she’s supposedly signed up to.
Speaking exclusively Entertainment Daily contributor Andy West, she says that men have hurt her so much that she has become cold hearted.
“I have had two serious boyfriends where I knew I was really in love with them because it took me six months to get over them,” she confided.
“It’s just the hardest thing in life to get over them. And when you find out that they are dating someone else, you just want to kill them. Its so hard.”
That said, when she was with these guys it was far from paradise.
“We would argue all the time all the time,” she recalled. “I got to a point where it wasn’t good anymore. It wasn’t exciting anymore. You get past the honeymoon stage then it fizzles out. And the people get jealous and that ruins everything.
But now she’s older, she says she knows how to get to grips with the fellas.
“I have been through a lot of boys who have treated me like poo and walk all over us,” she sad.
“They’d call me nasty names, they’d cheat on us. Now I would never put up with stuff like that. I’ve changed a lot.
“Back then I was very emotional, but now I’m not. I feel like I have given out so much emotion out now that I don’t think I have any left.”
She added: “Will that stop me from opening up my heart? Er maybe… it probably will I have a guard up. I’d rather be cold-hearted than get hurt again.”