Marco Pierre White Jr 'dumps' fiancée
'Big Brother's Marco Pierre White Jr has dumped his fiancée.
The 21-year-old womaniser - the son of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White - appeared to call off his engagement with Kim Melville-Smith on national television on Tuesday night (14.06.16) when he told his housemate Emma Jensen he wants to "be free" and asked her to set him up with some of her friends.
Speaking to the brunette beauty over a few alcoholic beverages in last night's show, Marco said: "Until I find the right person, I just want to be free. I just want to be a bird. Got any cool friends that I would be perfect for?"
Marco's hurtful remarks come just hours after he was caught on camera getting up close and personal with his co-star Laura Carter after claiming he was in an open relationship.
The heavily-inked star sparked outrage earlier this week when he was seen slipping into bed with the 30-year-old beauty for a sweaty session under the covers after sucking on her bare breast following a boozy gathering in the garden.
He also slid his hand down her shorts before she pulled it out and whispered, "Not here" as they ran off to get some privacy in the shower cubicle.
Their explicit behaviour stepped up a notch in The Pod when Marco asked Laura to strangle and whip him.
Handing the red-head a belt, he said at the time: "Strangle me? It's safe. Whip me with it," but she didn't appear to be on board with the raunchy activity and immediately screeched: "I'm not going to strangle you on TV."
Marco's outrageous behaviour shocked his fiancée and she took to her Twitter account shortly after the episode aired to deny they agreed to be in an open relationship.
Kim, who got engaged to Marco in May, wrote: "Fyi I said #hallpass NOT open relationship. I don't watch bb, but I heard this today. Worst thing I can't even talk to him #bbuk #bbmarco
"Yes guys, I'm Marco's fiancé. I just wanted to put a few facts straight, that's all... #bbuk #bbmarco
"What has happened? #bbuk #bbmarco I'm out and have no idea... I'm at a fashion event... (sic)."