Heartbreak o'clock for Chloe

Chloe Ferry has never been the luckiest in love out of the girls in the Geordie Shore house, and never has this been clearer during her interactions with relatively new housemate Marty McKenna.

Though she was completely smitten with him, their romance never progressed too far past the Sh*g Pad – and things truly came to a head recently, when Marty showered new recruit Zahida Allen with affections and a jealous Chloe ended up launching an attack on her!

However, with some time to calm down and think about the situation, Chloe has opened up about the reasons behind her drastic actions, and apologised.

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Taking to micro video app Snapchat late on Tuesday, the 21-year-old reality star addressed her followers. ‘Hey everyone, I just wanna talk a bit about the new series that’s on TV now of Geordie Shore,’ she began, before revealing that

‘I was basically living in a house with someone who I liked even before Geordie Shore and he just wanted to pull all the time.

‘Obviously he would rather pull random girl than pull me and it basically just made me question, “why not me?”.’

The romance that wasn't to be (Beretta/Sims/REX/Shutterstock)

The romance that wasn’t to be (Beretta/Sims/REX/Shutterstock)

She continued: ‘The main reason why I was kicking off so much was that every single day I woke up wondering what’s the day going to bring… what girls will he be going to pull?’

And then, she ended her explanation with it being a sad case of not having someone want her back: ‘End of the story is I liked him and I wanted to be with him, but he didn’t want to be with me and that’s why I kicked-off, because it hurt us seeing him with other girls.’

More: Chloe Ferry slams Marty McKenna as being ‘nasty’ for THESE comments… 

Poor Chloe! Unrequited love is bad enough – but to have it broadcast for the world’s audience to see? Maybe there’s a point to her erratic behaviour after all…. she ended her speech by apologising, and hoping that others could empathise.

‘Just want to apologise for the kick-offs because that’s just not me… but I think a lot of girls can appreciate what I was going through,’ before tweeting reflective statement: ‘No girl should let a boy knock your confidence.’

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