Reality star rants on Alex Reid wanting gay sex and love dungeon

Celebrity Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton has spoken out about the 'real' reason her and cross-dresser Alex Reid broke up

Reality star rants on Alex Reid wanting gay sex and love dungeon
30 October 2012

British reality show winner Chantelle Houghton has accused her former fiancé Alex Reid of wanting gay sex as a cross-dresser and turning their house into a ‘sex dungeon’.

In a dramatic rant on Twitter, the Celebrity Big Brother 29-year-old winner gave her version of events which has led to the split.

The couple started dating in 2011, became engaged on television in September, and announced they were having their first child two months later.

In June 2012, Houghton gave birth to their child Dolly, and then three months later, she announced the couple’s separation.

Reid, a cage-fighter and fellow winner of Celebrity Big Brother, used to date model and tabloid queen Katie Price.

Houghton said: ‘Ok had enough, I’m putting the record straight. I’ve been in fucking bad place for weeks now but reason for that is this: I found text messages on Alex’s phone when she was six weeks old, it was to a man and he was arranging to meet up with him as [female persona] Roxanne for sex.

‘It wasn’t the first time either. So yeah I’m in hell right now but who wouldn’t be. And Katie Price was right cos now Alex wants half of my Money and Dolly’s money too that we put in a trust fund for her from first OK! mag shoot.

She added when she was eight months pregnant, Reid turned her ‘house into a sex dungeon’ and she had to sleep on the flat floor for days.

Houghton continued: ‘Whole world was ripped apart in an instant.

‘And I’ve texted the guy who he was arranging to meet and told him what I think of him too. Fucking sick dragging me into this. It’s wrong.’

In the past, Reid has admitted to being fame-obsessed, and says it has become ‘like an addiction.’

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