Dan Osborne films bizarre paranoid video claiming friends are out to get him

Jacqueline Jossa 's husband Dan Osborne has shared a bizarre video claiming his friends are out to get him.

The reality TV star, 28, is currently in Australia waiting for Jacqueline, 27, to leave the I'm A Celebrity jungle.

Last night, he filmed a video in his hotel room while he was getting ready to go to the set for the live show.

In the clip, he hit out at friends and acquaintances who he claims are preparing to sell "ridiculous" stories about him.

Dan said: "I'm having friends and people I know saying they've been offered X amount of money to sell stories… It's ridiculous.

"It is what it is, there's nothing I can do about it. But rather than me getting into a mess about it and stressing, I'm going to seek legal advice and get a lawyer involved.



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"There may be people who don't care about me or may not have many morals, it may sound a bit much but it's true.

"They might do it. Some people might have money problems, they might sell a story, but how true they are. It's ridiculous… A load of nonsense, I don't want to look at it so I'm just going to seek legal advice and go from there.

"Just wanted to let you know it's all good here."


It comes after Dan was accused of cheating on his wife Jacqueline when she was heavily pregnant with their second daughter.

Dan denied getting close to Love Island star Gabby Allen during a work trip to Spain, but the old rumours have resurfaced since Jacqueline went into the jungle.

The former Towie star was also accused of snogging another Love Island star, Alexandra Cane, during a night out in Manchester earlier this year.

His marriage hit the rocks again amid the cheating storm, but he denied the claims and managed to patch up his romance with Jacqueline, the mother of his two daughters.

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