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Myleene Klass Defends Public Shaming Of 'Bonkers' Birthday Party Mums

22/11/2017 10:57 GMT

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LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - MARCH 02: Myleene Klass attending The Sun Bizarre Party at Steam and Rye on March 2, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Mark Robert Milan/GC Images)


Myleene Klass has defended the birthday party shaming emails and tweets she sent to 'bonkers' mums that sparked outrage.

The celebrity mother caused fury after she outed mums at her seven-year-old daughter Ava's school for asking for contributions for their children's birthday presents.

But the presenter went on ITV's Good Morning Britain to say she has no regrets about sending them.

When asked about the furore by Ben Shephard, she replied: "Do you live by regrets, Ben? I don't live by regrets."

Last month, Myleene, 36, attacked mothers for asking other parents to contribute to a whip-round to buy a desk and a Kindle for their daughters.

She labelled the mothers 'bonkers, and posted a very sarcastic reply.

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