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Charlotte Crosby: I won't apologise for my past

Published 14/07/2015

Charlotte Crosby: I won't apologise for my past
Charlotte Crosby: I won't apologise for my past

Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby doesn't think she gets embarrassed as easily as other people.

The 25-year-old is known for her hard partying antics on MTV show Geordie Shore. She also made a memorable appearance on Celebrity Big Brother in August 2013 which saw her wet the bed while drunk. Although some people would be mortified by their behaviour in the cold light of day, Charlotte is unrepentant.

"I don’t get embarrassed by things everyone else seems to get embarrassed by," she told British magazine Closer. "I’ve done it all on Geordie Shore. Wet the bed, vomited on myself, had sex on camera and passed out naked. But I won’t apologise and I don’t see myself changing anytime soon. I’m young and I love to go out partying.”

Charlotte is documenting a lot of her adventures in hew new autobiography, Me Me Me. While she's had her share of ups and downs on Geordie Shore, mostly relating to cast mate Gary Beadle, the star insists her book isn't a heavy read.

"My book is really light hearted, I just wanted to make people laugh," she recently told ITV show Lorraine.

She also added that what she gets up to on screen happens at home off camera too, much to her mother's dismay.

"My mum doesn’t like it when I do it in the house, she gets a bit upset about that, when I wee myself in the house," she giggled.

But Charlotte has no plans to spare her mum's blushes any time soon.

"There’s no limits, I’d give birth on camera," she added.

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