Following her exit from the jungle, Lady C claimed Duncan and Tony had been bullying her. Both Tony and Duncan strenuously denied such claims.
ITV also denied Lady C's claims of bullying and mistreatment, saying viewers were shown a "fair and accurate representation" of what goes on in camp, and said it was in fact Lady C "who resorted to name-calling and offensive remarks".
When grilled by Alan Carr on his Chatty Man show about the bullying claims, Lady C slammed Tony and Duncan, saying she never once initiated an argument.
Alan asked her: "You said Tony and Duncan were bullying you. Now is that fair because you did give as good as you got? Do you regret saying any of those things?"
Lady C said: "Absolutely not. The fact of the matter is I never initiated any of it and there mere fact that several of them kept on coming at me at all angles should tell you. Two against one is murder; four or five against one is beyond bullying. I never initiated anything but as I kept on saying nobody gets the better of me in a fight. Nobody.
"They take me on so it was at their peril so I wiped the floor with them. That doesn't mean I was bullying them, it simply means that I was more effective at seeing off the bully's than they were at clubbing me."
Chatty Man airs tonight (Friday 11 December) at 10pm on Channel 4.
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