Kelly Brook's Fiancé David McIntosh Addresses 'Cheat' Claims, Says He Isn't Using His Relationship For Fame And 'Has His Own Career'


Kelly Brook’s fiancé David McIntosh has hit back at claims he is a womaniser, saying he’s moved on from the mistakes he made during relationships in his past.

Kelly and David got engaged earlier this year after a whirlwind 11-week romance, and while the couple seemed thrilled to reveal their happy news on Instagram, not everybody was excited about their announcement, not least one of David’s ex-girlfriends.

David McIntosh and Kelly Brook

In an interview back in April, his model ex Sara Beverley Jones publicly warned Kelly that no good could come from staying with David, claiming he cheated on her “with at least six girls” when they were together and describing him as a “vain, manipulative, bullying cheat”.

However, David is now adamant that he’s changed his ways and is now ready for a fully committed relationship.

He also once again dismissed claims that he was using his relationship with Kelly to make himself famous, saying: “I’ve got my own career. What am I meant to say? “Kelly, I’m not seen by the public as [being] as great as you so we can’t date each other?” It’s madness.”

As well as his engagement to Kelly, David is famous for his hunky frame, and has admitted that he thinks men who work out more often make better lovers.

Oof, we’re practically blushing.

And it’s not just us who David has got feeling red-faced, as in an interview with gay magazine Attitude he revealed that he often walks around completely starkers - despite his neighbours being able to see right into his apartment.

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