Megan McKenna insists she was '100 per cent faithful' during Pete Wicks romance
The former couple had words as they both attended the launch of TOWIE castmate James 'Lockie' Lock's new bar.
Megan McKenna hit back at claims she cheated on boyfriend Pete Wicks, insisting she was "100 per cent faithful" throughout their relationship.
The pair's split was revealed last month (Mar17), with the break-up playing out on The Only Way Is Essex's recent episodes. Wednesday night's (05Apr17) show saw Megan and Pete coming face to face for the first time since they called time on their year-long romance, with some explosive consequences.
The former couple both attended the launch of James 'Lockie' Lock's new bar, with Megan previously revealing she was feeling nervous about seeing her ex at the event. Once there though, Megan built up the courage to approach Pete, starting with: "Now we're face-to-face I want to say..."
However, Pete wasn't in the mood for a conversation with his former love, telling her: "I don't want to hear it."
Megan then retorted, "F**ks sake, why you trying to shut me down?", to which Pete replied: "You're single, you don't need to explain anything to me."
Pete was addressing rumours that Megan and her ex-boyfriend had rekindled their relationship while she was still with Pete, but Megan hit back at the claims.
"I just wanted to say when I was with you I was 100 per cent faithful," she said. "It's just a shame it never worked, because I felt like it could have. It's hard standing here. I didn't think we'd get to this point. It got weird and it was s**t."
Despite the exes leaving things on good terms, with Pete giving Megan a kiss on the cheek, things took a violent turn as the pair were seen filming scenes for an upcoming episode of the ITVBe show.
Clearly once again addressing their issues, Megan and Pete's conversation, which took part on an Essex street, went from calm to explosive in a matter of minutes - and led to Megan having to be held back by the show's security.
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