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Marnie Simpson threatens to smash phones in half if secretly filmed

The Geordie Shore star's threat hasn't been taken seriously by her followers though.

Marnie Simpson has threatened to smash the phone of anyone who chooses to secretly film her.

The Geordie Shore star is known for her outspoken nature and wild behaviour, and on Thursday morning (13Apr17) she made it clear she doesn’t approve of onlookers catching her on camera without consent with a hostile post on Twitter.

“If I ever catch anyone taking sly sneaky videos of me regardless where it is. I will smash your phone in half. Simple,” she told her followers, not indicating what triggered the warning.

But other users didn’t appear to take her words seriously, as many gave her backlash for her aggressive approach to maintaining her privacy.

“Don't be in the public eye then ... simple,” one person wrote, while another pointed out: “unfortunately thats what happens when you become a celeb and be on tv!! (sic)”

Marnie’s comments come after the TV personality was caught on camera sniffing what appeared to be a white powder in a nightclub toilet in December (16), with many Twitter users bringing the incident up again in response to her latest message.

The 25-year-old spent Wednesday night partying away at the Jog on to Cancer event in London, which was also attended by her co-star Holly Hagan and celebs from The Only Way is Essex and Love Island, including Chloe Sims and Megan McKenna.

It seems Marnie had a heavy night as she informed her social media followers that she was suffering the following morning.

“About last night tho (sic)” she wrote, complete with an emoji of a monkey covering its eyes. “I've woke up to a bunch of drunken flash backs.”

Fans will soon get to find out more about her life as she recently revealed she’s releasing a tell-all book, titled Striped Bare. It’s due out in June (17) and is bound to detail all the drama in her life, including her failed romance with Celebrity Big Brother star Lewis Bloor.

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