The bisexual star has blamed his lack of libido, explaining to Star magazine that their romance "just didn't work out".
He said: "Where do I start? We ended up arguing over silly things and it basically just didn't work. My libido was completely f**ked. I just didn't want to have sex... It wasn't that it wasn't good, I had no libido. I asked all my friends off-camera and they all admitted it happened to them."
He also opened up about his bisexuality, admitting that he had tried to just have relationships with men, but finds it difficult to resist women.
"Bisexuality is me and that will always be the case. I've tried to push myself to be gay, but then a beautiful woman comes up to me and wants to have sex with me, and I can't say no! It's a hard life," he said.
"The whole country thinks I'm gay. I get so many tweets every day telling me to come out of the closet. If I could, then I would. But I'm just not there, I'm really not. I am not lying to anyone, I am not gay. I still have amazing relationships with women."
However, his latest comments contradicted what viewers of Monday night's 'Made In Chelsea' witnessed him tell best pals Binky and Cheska.
"You know I’m pretty much gay," he told Binky. "You know I’m pretty much gay," he told Cheska. "The only person who doesn’t know is me," he added.
Cheska advised him: "You just need to get out of that closet and shut that door and stay out of it."
The full interview appears in this week's Star magazine, out now.