Stephanie Davis criticises 'biased' Phillip Schofield

Sam Warner
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From Digital Spy

Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell's on-off-on-off-on-again-off-again relationship is one of the most confusing things known to man.

To make things easier, a broad outline is: they met on Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, there were lots of social media rows, and then a baby was born down the line.

Along the way, however, This Morning's Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby got involved, after they interviewed Jeremy a few months ago.

Photo credit: Stephanie Davis / Instagram

In the interview, they had a letter written by Steph that urged Jeremy to admit to being the father of her son Caben-Ali, who was born in January. He has since been confirmed as the dad.

At the time, Phillip suggested Jeremy shouldn't sign a contract from Steph regarding the future of the child, with the host telling him: "I've read it and I wouldn't sign it. It would have an impact on your entire life."

Steph has now appeared on This Morning to clear up talk around their relationship, with Phillip at one point bringing up the letter and that interview.

"To be honest I thought you were a bit biased in that interview," Steph said in response.

"There were certain elements that were like you didn't know what it was like to be a mum. I didn't feel like there was anyone sticking up for me.

"With the letter, I also did say that he could make amends and that never got read out."

When Phillip suggested the letter was "not fair", Steph admitted it was "out of order".

"She continued: "But you've got to think I'd just had a newborn baby, I had the worst pregnancy in the world, my son was in the special care unit..."

Phillip then suggested she had a good team around her, with Steph responding: "No, I know. I was dealing with this myself, because I was sick of this going on. So I did it with my solicitor, I didn't read over everything myself. No person would sign that, and I know that now."

This Morning airs on ITV.

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