Towie's Amber Turner and Chloe Green defend Chloe Brockett and accuse Harry Lee of lying to Frankie Sims
TOWIE'S Amber Turner and Chloe Green defend Chloe Brockett and accuse Harry Lee of lying to Frankie Sims in Sunday's episode.
In a preview clip of the upcoming episode, Amber and Chloe came to besieged Chloe's defense after a tense few weeks for the reality star.
Chloe has been at loggerheads with Frankie since the latter started dating Harry earlier this year, just weeks after Chloe briefly dated him over Christmas last year.
Rumours have been swirling for weeks about Chloe and Harry's 'flirty' behaviour at an event, and on Sunday night, Amber and Chloe G try to get to the bottom of what happened.
This follows Wednesday night's episode, which saw Chloe B and Frankie come face-to-face and an agitated Frankie defend her relationship.
She told Chloe: "He's good to me, I ain't insecure and he don't control me, so don't put words into my relationship."
Meanwhile Chloe has also come under attack from Olivia Attwood, Nicole Bass and Clelia Theodorou, which led to almost 200 viewers complaining to Ofcom about 'bullying behaviour' from the trio.
The drama began after the girls waded into a row between Chloe B and Ella-Rae Wise after she slept with her former BFF's ex-boyfriend, Jack McDermott.
Olivia called Chloe B a "poisonous little creature" and when Chloe asked her why she had said that about her, Olivia replied: "I thought you was vile and poisonous. You went at Clelia last year like a Jack Russell.
"I do feel a bit sorry for you, you haven't got any friends your own age, you're hanging around girls a lot older than you and you're angry. I don't know why you're so angry but you are."
When Chloe B said Olivia didn't know her well enough to call her those things, Olivia replied: "I do know you, I know loads about you. I've seen the way you treated my friend."
Elsewhere in Sunday's show, Clelia also takes issue with Bobby Norris over some comments he made about her, and Olivia debates about moving back to Manchester full time to be with her fiance, footballer Bradley Dack.
Despite all the drama, there is some happiness in Sunday's show, as Yazmin Oukhellou pens a romantic poem for beau James Lock after their recent reunion, and Diags gets Chloe Sims to help him fulfil his bucket list ahead of his 30th birthday.
Towie continues on Sunday, September 27 at 9pm on ITVBe.
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