NICOLA McLean has reignited her feud with Kim Woodburn by wading into her recent transphobia row.
The women famously didn’t get along during their stint on Celebrity Big Brother in 2017 – and it seems they still don’t see eye to eye.
WAG Nicola blasted Kim yesterday, saying she ‘wasn’t surprised’ to learn she was transphobic.
Kim came under fire last week with comments she made about unisex changing rooms.
In response to her remarks, Nicola raged: “I’m not surprised, I’m only surprised it took her so long to spout more hate.
“The LGBTQ+ community took her on as one of their own and gave her a career and this is how she repays them.”
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Professional cleaner Kim sparked outraged while chatting to Mark Dolan on GB news about high street stores having female only changing rooms.
Asked if she worried about being branded ‘transphobic’, the 80-year-old said: “Look, if I’m going to be labelled that, then get on with it. I give not a jot.
“If I don’t want to show a man, accidentally, my knockers, or my bottom half, dear, which could easily happen, then I’m being labelled? Because I don’t want to show my bare body to a strange man? What?"
She continued: “A man’s a man, a woman’s a woman. And women who say they don’t mind sharing a dressing room with a man, they must be sexually frustrated and need to see something naughty!”
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Kim later tried to clarify her comments, and tweeted: “To all my LGBTQ+ followers I would like to address my appearance on The Mark Dolan Show. The conversation was about male and females sharing dressing rooms. During the show we never discussed trans people,’ she wrote.
“I have always supported the LGBTQ+ community, as you are all aware, and I count each and every single one of you, my friends.”
She went on to claim that some people have twisted her words, adding: “I am very disappointed in those who have deliberately misinterpreted what I said. You are horrible horrible people.”
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