Chantelle “disgusted” after photos emerge of Alex being groped by drag queen

'Disgusted': Chantelle Houghton is clearly not happy with her partner Alex Reid
'Disgusted': Chantelle Houghton is clearly not happy with her partner Alex Reid©David McHugh/Rex Features

Chantelle Houghton has said she has been left “disgusted” and “humiliated” after photographs emerged of her fiancé Alex Reid being openly groped by a drag queen at the weekend.

The star – who gave birth to an as-yet unnamed daughter with Reid on June 17 - said she was left shocked by the images, taken after Alex performed his debut single Stardust at a Surrey nightclub.

The incident follows recent reports which claimed Chantelle was left horrified after walking in on former cross-dresser Alex dressed up as his alter-ego Roxanne, while allegedly indulging in behaviour believed to be sexual in nature.

Writing in her column for new! magazine, Chantelle said: "When I saw the pictures of Alex being groped by a drag queen in a Surrey nightclub the other weekend, I felt disgusted.

"I'm also a bit hurt and I feel humiliated as well.”

She added: "It's in bad taste after all the stories that have been in the news about him. Alex and I have spoken about it, but that's all I want to say on the matter."

The couple welcomed their first child together on Father’s Day this year, but have yet to announce the name for the baby girl.

Last week Chantelle said they were struggling to find the "perfect" title for their bundle of joy.

“We still haven't decided on a name for the baby," the star wrote in her column. "It's terrible, I've had nine months and have gone through American names, Spanish names, English names. There's just nothing I really love.”

The 28-year-old reality TV star added: "I liked the name Honour, like Jessica Alba's daughter, but then I went off it. Minnie was also a contender for a while, but it just isn't her."


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