CHLOE Ferry has shared a cryptic quote about friendship amid her fall-out with a fellow Geordie Shore star.
The current series of Geordie Shore saw OG Charlotte Crosby “quit forever” after a bust-up with Marnie Simpson.
As a result she’s fallen out with other co-stars – including Chloe, 28.
Now Chloe has posted a message that reads: “You could be friends with people for years and it could take you years to realise they were never your friend.”
Last month The Sun revealed Chloe and Charlotte, 33, had a bitter fall-out while filming the show.
A TV insider at the time said: “Chloe believed Charlotte was badmouthing her to other cast mates behind her back and has had enough.
“It’s caused a massive drama and there is no love lost between the two of them now.”
Chloe later revealed on the show she was “scared” to confront Charlotte over their fall-out.
She stated: “James [Tindale] is telling us to talk to Charlotte and I do want too, but I just don’t want there to be any tension in the house when everyone is in such good spirits.”
Charlotte had taken boyfriend Jake Ankers and their daughter Alba to film Marnie’s honeymoon in Cyprus.
It was later revealed the two had fallen out – with Charlotte insisting there’s “no going back for her”.
Speaking on her Always On podcast, she said: “There was a silly argument, over a high chair of all things, that escalated. And I just left.
“I just needed to get out of that environment. I’d never raised my voice in front of Alba ever, and I did in this argument, and I was like, ‘Oh God, I feel absolutely terrible.’ I’ve never gotten that angry and wound up.”
Breaking down in tears, she added: “As a mam, you feel so guilty. I was riddled with guilt.
“I felt anxious, I felt guilty. I think in the weeks I came out of the show I just felt awful. I was so worried. Had I made a bad decision going in there with my family?”
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