MEGAN Barton-Hanson broke down in tears on Celebs Go Dating last night over her ex Wes Nelson sexting former Love Island star Amber Davies behind her back.
The bisexual reality star – who is now dating Towie's Demi Sims – showed her emotional side as she opened up about his betrayal.
She and Wes – who met in the Love Island villa last year – split after he grew close to his Dancing On Ice skating partner Vanessa Bauer.
They looked set to rekindle their romance when Megan discovered he had been sending “rude messages” to Amber.
"Cracks started to appear [in the relationship]," she sobbed to dating agents Anna Williamson and Paul Carrick Brunson.
"I thought we had this future like he spoke to me about kids and marriage and it came on the radio that he was sexting another Love Island contestant.
"He said they weren't sexting they were talking about cuddling but I just feel completely stupid and betrayed."
Megan, 25, joined the dating agency in a bid to find love after coming out as bi-sexual.
Despite being Love Island's biggest man-eater, Megan told The Sun Online she desperately wanted to date women before signing up to Celebs Go Dating.
The blonde bombshell Megan admitted keeping her sexuality a secret until now out of fear she would be judged.
However she's adamant she eventually wants to settle down with a woman because they're "better in bed" and she has "deeper connections" with them.
"I just felt like I needed to get with a guy because society said so but after the s*** I've been through, I just want to see how it goes with a woman," Megan said, as she revealed enjoying her first same-sex relationship as a teenager at college.
"I think long-term I would get with a woman, but it's hard.
"I really want kids, so that's something I'd need to look into when the time comes."
She was filmed passionately kissing The Only Way is Essex star Demi Sims at a boozy Celebs Go Dating wrap party this week in from of cheering crowds.
Megan had previously denied being romantically involved with the 22-year-old.
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