Megan, 23, claimed Chloe had ditched the 'girl code' in forming friendships with her on-screen enemies Chloe Lewis and Lydia Bright, blasting her for being a 's**t friend'.
Catching up with Chloe, 23, after the drama, she sadly tells us their fallout could signal the end of Girl Band. "I miss Megan a lot, we've been friends since nursery, but she's said and done a lot of things and at this stage, I'm not sure our friendship is repairable," she says.
"We've never fallen out before. I've always known Megan to lose her temper and scream and shout but she's never done that to me. I was so upset and in shock. She's sent me a few texts since calling me horrible names. Because I cried on-screen, she accused me of playing the victim."
On Megan's boyfriend Pete Wicks, who waded into the girls' row, Chloe adds, "I don't like Pete at all. I don't think he's ever given me and Courtney [Green] a chance. He's always said we have nothing in common. We have Megan in common and that should have been enough. He's been a factor in pulling our friendship apart.
"Saying that, I hope it lasts between them and I genuinely hope Megan is happy. I didn't think Pete was the type of man Megan would have as a boyfriend but that's probably a good thing."
We spoke to Chloe before Sunday night's episode of TOWIE where Megan told Chloe and Courtney she's outgrown Girl Band, the name for their friendship circle.
Megan said: "I definitely think I've grown out of the Girl Band thing. I think the Girl Band thing is a bit dead."
She later added in her Reveal magazine column: "They say we can be the same but we can't - we've outgrown each other. We've still got a group of friends outside the show, so we'll still be at stuff together, but we won't be best mates."
TOWIE airs Wednesday at 10pm on ITVBe.
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