Chanelle Hayes has claimed the father of her newborn baby has walked out on her.
The former 'Big Brother' star - who already has six-year-old son Blakely with her former partner Matthew Bates - has taken to her Twitter account to announce that her partner Ryan Oates had decided to leave her and their nine-week-old son Frankie.
She wrote: "We've not split up, he has walked out on me. Nothing mutual about it. I moved an hour away from family and friends to be with him so a bit unfortunate.
"When Ryan drops your child off and you basically beg him to sort your family out but he tells you his family and friends have told him he should have left me even sooner than he did! What a lovely bunch of people. I've met some mean people in my time but never actually thought someone was evil until just lately. (sic)"
The 29-year-old beauty had been dating Ryan for 18 months after they met on Tinder - and, at the time, she couldn't praise him enough for being the "perfect" boyfriend.
She said at the time: "We ended up getting drunk and going on a proper night out in Wakefield, it was really good. He's brilliant with my family and Blakely adores him!"
Chanelle announced her pregnancy back in March and admitted at the time that her baby news came as a huge surprise because the doctors had previously warned her that she may struggling to conceive because of her weight.
She explained: "I didn't have a period since may last year. It didn't even cross my mind that I was pregnant. I have polycystic ovary syndrome anyway so I've always known about that. I didn't think I was infertile but I was made aware that when I was putting all this weight on that unless my weight is manage, the chances get smaller and smaller to conceive. I wasn't very happy about that."
Chanelle found out she was pregnant when doctors carried out routine blood tests to find out why she wasn't having a period but her boyfriend Ryan didn't believe her when she told him they were having a baby - their first child - together.
She said: "Ryan didn't believe me. He thought I was lying. I'd literally just opened a speeding ticket and the doctors were like you need to come in. My heart dropped."