It's been reported that Scarlett Moffatt got into a "furious bust-up" with a fellow reveller at her birthday party.
The presenter celebrated her 29th birthday at the weekend and reportedly clashed with a woman, who allegedly made fun of her at the bingo hall Dabblers in East London.
The former I'm A Celebrity: Extra Camp presenter was apparently left feeling "uncomfortable" at the bash.
A source told The Sun: "Scarlett was in good spirits and looking forward to enjoying her birthday. She had a big group with her and it seemed nothing could dampen her mood.
"But it all kicked off later in the night and Scarlett was left feeling uncomfortable at her own bash. Her outburst may have shocked people used to seeing her laughing and joking on the telly.
"But it was clear she had become distressed."
In footage obtained by the publication, Scarlett appeared to tell the fellow party-goer: "He’s not good? He’s not good? She’s [expletive] laughing at me. This is my birthday. She’s laughing at me, man."
Hours after her party, Scarlett shared a quote to Instagram which said: "Your friends should speak up for you when you feel low. If they don’t, dump them."
She wrote: "Feel really lucky going into my 29th chapter of life with supportive friends, family & boyfriend."
Her outburst may have shocked people used to seeing her laughing and joking on the telly.
Ent Daily has contacted reps for Scarlett for comment.
It comes after the star spoke about dealing with negative comments and insisted she's "embracing" her body.
Speaking to New! magazine, Scarlett said: "The world would be a boring place if we all looked the same.
"I've been lots of different shapes and sizes but I feel like now I'm just really happy in myself and I think that reflects on the outside.
"I'm not pretending that I'm the perfect body shape. I've got boobs and hips and rather than try and cover them up, I'm embracing them. I'm trying to show them off a bit more."
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