08/03/2016 10:41 GMT | Updated 08/03/2016 12:59 GMT

Jacqueline Jossa Hits Out At 'Loose Women' In Furious Twitter Rant About Dan Osborne Questioning

Jacqueline Jossa has hit out at the ‘Loose Women’, following a difficult appearance on the ITV show.

The ‘EastEnders’ star was left furious after the panel grilled her about her relationship with former ‘TOWIE’ star Dan Osborne, and his violent outbursts at ex-girlfriend Megan Tomlin.

The Essex star was at the centre of a scandal when audio footage of him making a series of threats to the mother of his one-year-old son, Teddy, were obtained by The Sun last year.

Jacqueline Jossa on Tuesday's 'Loose Women'

While Jacqueline remained cool when the subject was brought up on Tuesday’s (8 March) show, she later unleashed her fury on Twitter, claiming that she had been assured her interview would only be about one-year-old daughter Ella, and her upcoming return to ‘EastEnders’.

“Can't express how upset I am, was told the interview on loose women today was to be about being a young mum and going back to work,” she raged on the social networking site.

“Don't know who's fault it was, but I made it clear I didn't want to dwell on the past, and answer certain questions.”

Jacqueline was angry at the Loose Women's questioning

She continued: “Going on live tv is hard enough for me, but be told they would just touch on certain things, and them do the complete opposite is unfair.

“Wouldn't have done it otherwise, bored of talking about it all now! Was just unfair!”

Jacqueline was particularly angry at the fact that she’d allowed her daughter to be filmed as part of the interview.

“I'm angry they let told me it would be about my daughter Ella and asked for her to be filmed and turned it into this. Shocking. Unfair,” she added.


A photo posted by Jacqueline Jossa (@jacjossa) on

Speaking about Dan's controversial outburst on the show, Jacqueline had said: "When that recording was recorded she wasn't born and he had just told her I was pregnant… It came out when she was born, nearly nine months after the recording had made. Daniel and I were dealing with it privately and it somehow came out and it wasn't private anymore."

A spokesperson for 'Loose Women' has since addressed Jacqueline's claims, telling HuffPost UK: "'Loose Women' prides itself on ensuring our guests have an enjoyable experience on the show and never want anyone to leave upset.

"We do brief our guests on all of the topics of discussion in advance and will speak to Jacqueline directly about the points she has raised."

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