The I'm A Celebrity queen upset some viewers over her treatment of Homes Under The Hammer presenter Martin Roberts.
Now she's out of the jungle, she's horrified to find out she's been accused of being a bully.
In a very emosh interview with The Sun, she confessed she feels "heartbroken" by the allegations and denies she bullied him.
She said: "I find that bizarre. I was bullied. Me and Martin had a lot of conversations about our past.
I’ve never been called a bully in my life.
“We had very similar school experiences, which is how I sort of ended up bonding with him.
“I was like, ‘Oh my God you’re exactly like me’. I’ve never been called a bully in my life. That honestly breaks my heart because I’ve been through it.
“I would never ever, ever want anyone to feel half of what I’ve been through.
“The feeling of isolation and being an outsider is awful. I wouldn’t wish that on anyone, let alone make anyone feel that way.”
Scarlett's parents previously defended their daughter too.
They said: "As someone who has been bullied herself when she was younger, I think she would be absolutely mortified if she thought people were saying she was a bully.
“That really isn’t the sort of person she is,” her mum Betty told the newspaper.
“When she comes out, I think she’ll be really upset by that and will feel really bad about it.
“Personalities clash. You’re not going to go in there and think everyone is going to be your sort of person.
"Scarlett isn’t going to be everyone’s person in there either.”
Despite the bullying claims, Scarlett came out on top with the jungle crown in hand.
Her career is set to skyrocket and the Gogglebox babe is already planning things to spend her cash on!