Celebrity Big Brother's Jasmine Lennard launches scathing attack on Kerry Katona
Thursday 30 August 2012
Jasmine Lennard has launched a scathing attack on fellow reality TV star Kerry Katona, telling her to ‘get over Brian McFadden’ and to ‘lose a few pounds.’
The 27-year-old, who was the first person to be evicted from the Celebrity Big Brother house this year, took to her twitter page to blast Kerry, 31, after hearing that the former Atomic Kitten star had said she needed psychiatric help.
The mum-of-four had mentioned Jasmine in her weekly magazine column, saying: ‘I was hoping Jasmine Lennard would stay in the house because she is so controversial.
‘I can’t believe they apparently had to hide knives from her – she clearly need psychiatric help!’
Obviously upset by Kerry’s comments, the model – who was famed for dating Simon Cowell back in 2006 – took to her twitter page to vent her feelings.
She said: ‘HA HA HA…YOU…think I need help. Well…I think YOU need to start using contraception get over @BrianMcFadden stop taking…
‘Cocaine, lose a few pounds and start focusing on your children not boyfriends. I think your vile. #peasant’
She continued: ‘Kerry Katona thinks I need help. I’ve never laughed so hard in my life. Do they even have internet access at fatcamp or rehab…wait where’s she at???’
Kerry has yet to retaliate, but the angry tweets raised a number of complaints from Kerry’s fans. One fan tweeted: ‘are you really in a position to call anyone's weight #hmm’ to which Jasmine replied: ‘when they're addressing my mental health in public having never met me i'd say ya.’
The controversial star has also claimed that she reckons she could get Simon Cowell back, calling him the love of her life.
“Who knows what will happen?’ she teased.
‘The man has been in my life since I was a kid and will continue to be.
“I have huge affection for him and am contented with the foundations of our relationship.
“I’m not sure I will ever have a conventional relationship and am not sure he will.
“We care about each other very much — that’s the bottom line.”