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Charlotte Crosby blindsided by Stephen Bear's Twitter dumping - report

Charlotte Crosby has not had a good 24 hours.

Charlotte Crosby reportedly had no idea that Stephen Bear was planning to dump her ahead of his announcing their split on Twitter on Thursday (24Aug17).

The former Geordie Shore star and her Just Tattoo Of Us beau have been hitting headlines with the to-ing and fro-ing in their romance over the past few weeks. And after what appeared to be a difficult few hours for Charlotte, with her breaking down on live television when asked about the news that her ex Gary Beadle is set to become a father, Stephen made things worse by taking to Twitter to announce he and the pretty brunette were no longer dating.

"Sadly me and Charlotte have split up. We have had a good run but we wasn't right for each other (sic)," he wrote.

According to The Sun, Stephen, who is currently in Las Vegas ahead of the Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor boxing match, had given Charlotte no indication that he was going to break up with her on such a public forum.

The publication adds that he was apparently left upset that Charlotte partied with Jeremy McConnell while she was in Ireland for her Easilocks cosmetics launch.

"Charlotte literally had no idea Stephen thought their relationship was in a bad way," a source told the newspaper. "She logged onto Twitter and saw his message, she's in pieces and can't believe her fairytale ending has been shattered."

Hours after the brutal dumping, Stephen was seen enjoying the company of several swimsuit-clad beauties in Las Vegas.

Charlotte has yet to address her new single status on her social media pages.

Earlier this month (Aug17), Charlotte sparked rumours she had split from Stephen when she posted a series of tearful videos on her Snapchat account announcing their break up. However, the next morning she took to her social media to admit that she had been drunk and taken things to the extreme after the pair rowed.

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