The eccentric aristocrat revealed she has walked away with her full £70,000 appearance fee, despite walking out of the jungle earlier this week, having sought to take legal action against the ITV reality series.
Lady Colin Campbell
“I visited producers to complain about the bullying. I don't know how often – several times a day,” she explained. “In the end I pointed out that I was going to take steps. I realised that the button to press was legal, and my goodness did it work.”
She claimed that their alleged verbal abuse against her had brought back childhood memories of being bullied, and she was worried about her emotional health.
“It is quite clear that Duncan and Tony were not going to desist and ITV could not shut them up without violating their right to talk freely on the show,” adding that they had agreed to let her leave.
Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley
Speaking about her former campmates in further detail, Lady C made a series of acerbic personal remarks about them.
She added of Tony, “One morning when he was doing push-ups, his belly was on the floor as if he were about to drop quadruplets. He had bigger boobs in the camp than anyone except Susannah Constantine.”
“None of the decisions I made were about her. She just took everything so personally,” he said.
Duncan also claimed that she had made a series of comments about Tony’s children that were “unforgivable”.
He told Ant and Dec: "There was just some little things; she would start shouting and it was just unforgivable.
“It was one thing and then another, and Tony would always react when she said something to him.
“She started on Tony's children and she was getting a bit personal."
‘I’m A Celebrity’ concludes tonight at 9pm on ITV.
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