Gemma Collins admits she lied to Piers Morgan over sex tape: ‘It’s just one big fat lie’

Gemma Collins admits she lied to Piers Morgan over sex tape: ‘It’s just one big fat lie’

Gemma Collins admits she lied to Piers Morgan over sex tape: ‘It’s just one big fat lie’

Gemma Collins admits she lied to Piers Morgan over sex tape: ‘It’s just one big fat lie’

Gemma Collins has apparently admitted that she made up a story about being prepared to sell a sex tape if she was ever “skint”.

The reality TV star appears as a guest on Mel Giedroyc’s new Dave show, Unforgivable, next week (Tuesday 23 February), where she reportedly made the revelation.

She had previously made the claim in an interview on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories last week.

“I might go skint one day, and I’ve gotta do a Kim K,” she said, when asked whether she’d held onto the sex tape that she had mentioned in previous interviews. “Do you know what? Sex sells.”

She continued: “It’s probably about 20 minutes long, but we’ve all done it with our partners, you know. I’m normal.”

However, during the episode of Unforgivable, Collins apparently admits that she made the entire thing up.

“I said in an interview once, thinking it was funny, that I’d done a sex tape like Kim K. Didn’t think any more of it,” she says, according to the Huffington Post.

“Next thing, I’m being interviewed by Piers Morgan on Life Stories and he leads me in it.

“I thought, ‘S***’. But now I’m in deep. I’ve got myself in hot water.”

Collins said in actual fact “there is no sex tape” and it was “just one big fat lie”.

Despite the fib, Collins was widely praised for her appearance on Life Stories, in which she made a number of honest and moving revelations.

Collins appears in episode four ofUnforgiveable alongside Tom Allen and Darren Harriott.

Unforgiveable airs on Dave on Tuesdays at 10pm.


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