GEORDIE Shore star Scotty T has revealed that he splashed out on £1m in just two years – and can't remember any of it.
It comes after The Sun revealed that Scott and co-star Marty McKenna will not be in the next series of Geordie Shore, which is rumoured to be the show's last.
Scotty, 34, said he blew the eyewatering money on boozy nights out and has "nothing to show for it".
The reality star said: “I spent £1 million in two years. What have I got to show for it? I’d like to say memories but I don’t even remember it.
On his partying ways he added:” I've grown up I don't go as much anymore."
"I’m very like one track-minded with work and stuff like that. And obviously I'm doing a lot of television. A lot of other things. Maybe a little bit of OnlyFans," he told GB News.
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Scotty said he clashed with Geordie Shore bosses because they weren't offering him enough money for the next series.
"They were trying to get me on and I said it’s not good enough what they were offering," he explained.
“They were saying ‘I will give you this, this and that. I was like ‘no, it's not good enough.
“They wanted me for two episodes, I was like, it is not worth my time. It's not worth it."
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The Sun recently reported that the cast was being culled for this final run.
A TV insider said: "Marty wasn't asked back as he didn't behave well while filming Celebs Go Dating last year, which is made by the same production company that makes Geordie Shore.
"Bosses weren't impressed by his antics, so decided not to invite him back after the reunion.
"As for Scotty, fans had hoped he might become a permanent fixture on the show again after returning for the reunion, but producers feel like he is still very much a wild child and a party boy.
"That doesn't really fit with the show's new direction, which will have more of a grown-up, family vibe as a lot of the cast have kids now.
"They will be going on a big group holiday in the new series and a lot of them will likely have their children in tow, so it's not going to be like the crazy days of old – this is a new chapter."
When contacted by The Sun, MTV said: "Scotty and Marty will always be part of the MTV family."
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