CBB's Saira Khan Slams Stephen Bear And Marnie Simpson

The Loose Women panelist was booted out of the Borehamwood mansion on Tuesday night and has immediately blasted her younger housemates, who taunted and teased her inside.

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Saira returned to work on the chat show today after spending almost two weeks locked up with fellow celebrities, many of whom she clashed with daily. And the former Apprentice contestant didn’t hold back when sharing her feelings toward her youngest roomies.

Saira declared she “feels sorry” for Marnie Simpson, who she concluded has “low self esteem” because the Geordie Shore star stripped and flashed her breasts in Saira’s face for a dare.

She said: “I thought ‘I feel really sorry for you that you have to do that and that you use your body as a weapon and for a dare’. She has such low self-esteem… The first question she asked me was who are you going to sleep with in the house?!“

She added: “I don’t know if her mum is watching the show, but in her world that is acceptable behaviour…”

Taking aim at Stephen Bear, she summarised his behaviour as “psychotic” and said she took the role of his mother in the famous abode.

She said: “He has psychotic tendencies. I ended up being his mother. If you stand up to him you will not bother you. He is a prankster. He is a young kid having the time of his life… They just don’t know what their limits and boundaries.”

However, it wasn’t all doom and gloom for the gobby panelist, because Saira was delighted with the pay cheque she received from Channel 5 bosses at the end of her stint.

Though she wouldn’t reveal the cash sum, it was more than enough to cover the cost of building an extension on her house.

She proudly stated: “It is the biggest cheque in showbiz, I’ve got a [house] extension coming up. It was worth it, because I am going to get my extension done.“

Watch Loose Women on ITV weekdays at 12.30pm.

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