Former TOWIE star Pete Wicks has become embroiled in a feud with his ex-cast mates after quitting the series to focus on other projects with his Made In Chelsea bestie Sam Thompson.
Pete first appeared on the TOWIE in 2015 but recently decided that after seven years, it was time to step back from the show.
However, his exit seems to have caused drama as the 35 year old's former co-stars have accused him of “disrespecting the show that made him” and being “fickle”.
After Pete made comments about TOWIE, Chloe Brockett said: "There's no need to s**g off a show that's been good to you."
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She continued to The Sun: "I thought Pete was nice when I spoke to him, but he's got different ideas about what he wants to do with his career so good luck to him. There's no need to slag off a show that's been good to you."
Saffron Lempriere added that she thought Pete can be “fickle” and that she “ain’t interested” in whether he could return to the programme one day.
She said: "Wherever you go, [Towie's] where you started. Let's hope Sam Thompson stays close to him because he's finished otherwise."
Pete previously discussed his exit on the Saving Grace podcast, where he admitted: "I don’t actually get on with all of the cast of the cast. Over the years a lot of people have refused to film with me.
"I am exactly the same off camera to on camera. The majority of them are not. Because they are all fake f***s."
Pete and Sam's first project together is the Staying Relevant podcast, which sees the duo share hilarious anecdotes about their time in the entertainment industry.
Before leaving TOWIE, he spoke candidly on the podcast about how his fallouts with the show's other stars were resulting in less screen time.
He explained:" So ITV have not barred me from filming with people or banned me from filming with people.
"They just don’t want to film with me, which is worse actually because it effectively means no one likes me, which is understandable."
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