MIC’s Steph Pratt calls out Louise Thompson for CHEATING on Alik

While Made in Chelsea stars Stephanie Pratt and Louise Thompson mightn’t exactly be BFFs right now, we did not think their relationship had plummeted to the point of throwing shade on Twitter.

But since Stephanie has now openly accused her reality TV co-star of cheating on her ex-boyfriend Alik Alfus back when they were together, we think the girls’ friendship has most definitely hit rock bottom.

Yesterday Stephanie shared a link on Twitter to a Look magazine article which suggests Steph and Alik had been texting behind Louise’s back.


Alongside the link the former Hills star wrote: “Uh no she was shagging her trainer since March.” 

The accusation was quickly followed by another Tweet saying: “Blame anyone you can but take responsibility, right?…Yawn, snooze its boring now” (sic).

The 30-year-old American then retweeted a suggestion that Louise had been “getting some on the side” during the last season of the hit reality show, before adding: “Dont call someone good looking, Millie moved on too fast from her hubby BUT you can cheat on ur bf….Riiiiight” (sic).




The petite brunette ended her long-distance relationship with leather designer Alik back in May and – according to OK! – Louise recently confirmed she is in a relationship with her personal trainer Ryan Libbey. 

Earlier this summer speculation began that the pair were an item after Louise was spotted getting close to the muscular model while holidaying in the French Riviera.

This is the second time this week the MIC star has been publicly called out on her actions.  On Tuesday Charlotte Crosby hit out at Louise after she criticised the size of the Geordie’s lips in an interview with new! magazine

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