Geordie Shore's Charlotte Crosby admits: "I've made the worst decision of my life."

It’s been just over a month since Geordie Shore star, Charlotte Crosby, quit the British reality TV show amid claims her on-off boyfriend Gary “Gaz” Beadle had cheated on her with a former co-star.

Now it appears the 26-year-old regrets her rash decision, after she took to Twitter on Sunday afternoon to express remorse.

“When you realise you made what seems like the worst decision of your life… I’ve lost my famil… my life. Cast and crew,” Crosby tweeted to her 2.8 million followers.

“This is gunna [sic] be a VERY VERY hard couple of months.”


They were shortly followed by another, where Crosby, always a prophet, said, “Ways to deal with today… drink gravey.”

This is a complete turnaround for the star, who dismissed rumours on Friday that she would be returning to the show.

“I appreciate all the optimistic articles of me returning to @mtvgeordieshore for “Special Occasions” But sadly there’s no truth in these….,” she wrote.

“I am no longer a part of Geordie Shore and have no plans in returning. It’s massively devastating for me and I will miss them all. But I’m ready and MASSIVELY excited for my real life to start now. Just to clear that up from the articles that have been claiming otherwise.”


The tweets come after a tumultuous week for Crosby.

The reality star revealed last week that she had suffered from an ectopic pregnancy that left her fighting for her life.

“[The pains started while] we were filming the advert for Geordie Shore: Big Birthday Battle,” Charlotte told Heat magazine. “I thought I had a really bad period because I was bleeding and cramping – I can’t describe the pain, it was awful.”



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“[The doctor] put me in a wheelchair and I collapsed out of it. I was fitting on the floor and it was just so scary,” she added.

“I didn’t know what the hell was going on and I was in so much pain. Then the X-ray showed how much damage had been caused. Because I’d left it a week, it’d torn open my fallopian tube and I was bleeding internally. He said: ‘If you’d have left it any longer, you could have died’.”

You can watch the pregnancy questions the Mamamia staff are too afraid to ask below. 

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