Ferne McCann has emotionally talked about how her ex’s crime is affecting her. Ferne McCann has hit out against recent criticism, saying she feels ‘vilified’ for ex-boyfriend and acid attacker Arthur Collins’ actions. The TOWIE star – who is currently starring in her own documentary on ITVBe called Ferne McCann: First Time Mum – has been speaking on camera about having to deal with what the father of her daughter did.
The former boyfriend of Ferne McCann is alleged to have been involved in a violent dispute with a crime syndicate before his acid attack. Arthur Collins was yesterday found guilty, by a majority of 10 to two, of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent and nine counts of actual bodily harm against 14 people following the incident in a London nightclub. A month before the attack Collins is said to have been in Hoxton when a pal of his allegedly tried to steal a watch belonging to the Adams family.
Arthur Collins was found guilty of hurling acid over a crowd at a London nightclub in April.
The ex-boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann has admitted dousing clubbers with acid hours after telling her family she was pregnant - but claims he thought it was a date rape drug.
With reports that she’s swapping the TOWIE streets for the bright lights of Hollywood, and to celebrate season two of Marvel’s Agent Carter debuting on FOX, Ferne McCann has been transformed into special field agent Peggy Carter. Speaking about being transported back to 1940s Hollywood with help from celebrity hair and make-up artist Lisa Valencia, Ferne said: “I absolutely love Agent Peggy Carter – she’s fierce! Most people know me as being rather feisty and I can really identify with Agent Carter as an independent woman who stands up for herself.” “As soon as I got into the clothes I immediately felt like I had become Peggy, it was so exciting to transform into one of my favourite characters! I love acting and it’s definitely an ambition of mine.