Stephen Bear accused Lillie Gregg of cheating, and she is RAGING AF

We all know Stephen Bear cheated on Lillie Lexie Gregg with Chloe Khan while in the Celebrity Big Brother house, but according to Bear, who went on to win the latest series of the reality show, he wasn't the only one unfaithful during the course of their relationship.

While appearing on Loose Women yesterday, the Ex on the Beach star implied Lillie wasn't without a fault, saying: "The last two girls I have been with cheated on me. It’s bang out of order."

And Lillie wasn't having a word of it.

Taking to Twitter last night, Lillie, who met Bear while appearing on Ex on the Beach wrote: "Wow, how dare you?"

"Quite happy to go to the extent of a lie detector test on this one," she wrote. "Theres only one cheat and it certainly wasn't me."

Lillie, who confronted Bear during an emotional scene in the CBB house, added: "Categorically not true. That is my only comment."

And it looks like Lillie's insistence had the desired effect on her ex-boyfriend who appeared to go and check his sources before taking to Twitter to admit he was wrong to accuse her.

"Never believe rumours. Just spoke to @rossworswick and nothing happened," he wrote in a post this afternoon.

"Sorry LillieGregg, I wish you all the best of luck." he finished in a post which has been liked hundreds of times in mere hours.

 

Girls Night wearing my 'No Boyfriend No Problems' T from @lilybeaulondon

A video posted by L I L L I E | L E X I E (@lillielexie) on

Whether it was meant as an olive branch to her ex or a smug satisfaction over the whole thing, Liliie decided to retweet his apology and officially set the record straight on that one.

Good on her.

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