Holly Hagan blasts Geordie Shore cast for ‘bullying’ her and admits she’ll ‘never forget’ it

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Holly Hagan, who rose to fame on Geordie Shore back in 2011, has opened up on being "bullied" by her cast members on the MTV show, telling fans it was “horrendous”.

The TV star, 28, spoke out about "making excuses" for her former co-stars behaviour 10 years ago, after one fan asked Holly how she forgave her previous housemates during an Instagram Q&A.

“How did you forgive GS cast after watching back them bullying you [on the] first season?” they wrote to the star.

“Tbh I do make excuses for my cast members a lot because I don’t wanna be dramatic or attention seeking but if you watch series on the bullying and exclusion is horrendous,” she replied.

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“I don’t know who how anyone could do that to an 18 year old girl. I forgive but I don’t forget.”

OK! online have approached Geordie Shore for comment.

In another question, Holly expressed her thoughts on whether it is acceptable to “bully a bully” after one follower asked: “Is it okay to bully a bully? Xx.”

Speaking to her camera, she began: “No because you’re just as bad as them.

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“Yeah. No. That’s just a very silly idea,” she added, before preaching: “You rise above. Rise above, walk away, block, delete, goodbye.”

She also wrote alongside the video: “No. This is childish. “Well they started it” type of vibe. Rise above always,” followed by a peace sign.

Holly went on to admit that nobody spoke out about how she was treated at the time and many “enjoyed joining in”.

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One of her Instagram followers said: “Season 1 of GS was on a few months ago and it was horrible to see you treated like that!”

“A lot of people have been watching it in lockdown and re-seen it from the beginning 10 years on with a fresh pair of adult eyes and seen actually how bad it was,” Holly shared. "But at the time, no one thought it was that bad. Nobody said anything like this.”

Holly then wrote while explaining the situation further: “No one ever said this at the time they were all for me being hated and enjoyed joining in.”

It comes after the brunette beauty looked back on her time on the show and told fans the hard times she went through were a good thing in hindsight as she said it was the "universe" saving her from a "life of misery".

After one of her fans tweeted: "Watching old episodes of Geordie Shore and it actually makes me sick how the boys treated @HollyGShore saying she wasn't a "worldie". I'm so glad she got her happy ending."

Holly took to Twitter to share her follower's tweet onto her 1.6 million followers and added: "Honestly when you look back at all your heartbreak or times when you weren’t made to feel good enough it’s just the universe saving you from a life of misery with the wrong people," with a laughing face and a red love heart emoji.

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