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Charlotte Crosby slams ex Stephen Bear over claims she owes him money

The reality stars share a clothing business together


Charlotte Crosby has slammed ex Stephen Bear over claims she owes him money for their joint clothing business.

Stephen took to Instagram earlier this week to confront three people that he alleges owe him money.

In the Instagram video, Stephen clearly calls out Charlotte and her father for owing the Celebrity Big Brother winner money.

“I’m owed a lot of money by three different people. The first is Rustlers: where’s my £3,000 you owe me? It’s been five months. Second one, Good For Nothing, you owe me £16,000! My contract isn’t finished till April.”

Where’s my money ? @the_rustlers @gfnclothing @hisandhersstore 🐾

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“The third one is for you Charlotte. Listen, reply back to the e-mails. I haven’t received 1p from the business which I started with MY money. Tell your dad to reply to the f***ing e-mails, do you understand?”

“Make sure it gets back to him, because what’s going on at the minute, is b*****ks and it’s embarrassing, do you understand? Because I’ve had enough now.”

In a statement from Rustlers, they said, “Last month we chose to cancel a campaign featuring Stephen Bear after several unsuitable images of Stephen feeding tigers at a temple in Thailand appeared on social media last month.

“He has been paid appropriately under the terms of our cancelled agreement with him, and no other payment is due.”

According to the Mail Online, Charlotte’s rep has confirmed that, “Stephen Bear’s libellous comments on Instagram today are totally false, there is no truth whatsoever in the allegation that Stephen is owed any money by Charlotte, her father, or His and Hers Ltd.”

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Charlottes’s rep continued, “We cannot comment about the other companies that he says owe him money. This matter is now in the hands of our solicitors.”

Stephen and Charlotte set up their joint business in 2016, which sold personalised merchandise for couples – including jumpers, bags and phone cases.

According to The Sun Online, “Charlotte is willing to cut ties with the brand altogether, as it reminds her too much of their turbulent romance.”