Charlotte Crosby slams Channel 5 for ‘immoral and insensitive’ documentary about her face

Channel 5 have eliminated a documentary about Charlotte Crosby’s face after an enormous backlash, which noticed the truth star’s agent hit out at its “immoral and insensitive” content material.

What Happened To Your Face: Charlotte Crosby went out on the channel on Thursday evening and instantly caught the eye of Charlotte’s shut pal and former Geordie Shore co-star Holly Hagan, who put clips of it on her Instagram story after being left completely appalled by what she noticed.

The show noticed surgeons choose fault at Sunderland-born star Charlotte’s face, selecting fault with beauty procedures she’s not even had and, having raised issues when first advised Channel 5’s plans for the show final 12 months, she was left astonished that it was even allowed to air.

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Charlotte, who first shot to fame in 2011 as an authentic cast member on Geordie Shore, took to Instagram to put up a prolonged assertion, which started: “In 2021 a principal UK channel & manufacturing firm believed it might be a superb use of airtime to dissect my bodily look.

She later added: “I’m conscious I’ve put myself and my face within the public eye.

“TV and broadcasting has given me and my household a life we may by no means have dreamed of. I get pleasure from it, am enormously grateful for it and a lot of my revered closest mates work inside the trade.

Charlotte Crosby slams Channel 5 for 'immoral and insensitive' documentary about her face
Charlotte Crosby slams Channel 5 for ‘immoral and insensitive’ documentary about her face

“I’ve had a public battle with my look, and have needed to undergo private trauma and problems with self-confidence within the highlight. I wish to assume I’m an sincere, balanced particular person – I get it, I perceive the curiosity.

Charlotte stated whereas damage by vicious feedback from trolls, that are nonetheless widespread place on her Instagram posts, she’s learnt to “ignore the hate, concentrate on the positives,” and work on loving herself once more.

She added: “At a time when the printed media world have been backing a coverage of ‘be type’, Channel 5 and Crackit) the manufacturing firm behind the show) determined to fee this one hour particular on ‘rubber lip Charlotte’ (their phrases, not mine).

“Their ‘consultants’ dissected my ‘plastic face’ with disgust, mentioned my fluctuating weight (with pictures) and then determined to flash up the worst troll feedback from the previous 5 to 6 years.”

Charlotte advised followers that after being advised of the documentary final 12 months, her agent slammed its “insensitive and immoral” content material, including: “They ignored her, regardless of repeated correspondence, and ran with it regardless.

“We solely discovered this week when it was within the TV listings that it was nonetheless going forward – unbelievable.”

Replying to Charlotte’s put up, Holly, who urged her personal followers to complain to Ofcom about the documentary, commented: Just know that till channels cease making exhibits like this i’ll ALWAYS be able to go to battle for you “

Metro experiences that Channel 5 have now eliminated the documentary from its streaming platforms, with a press release to the paper studying: “Channel 5 and the programme’s producers, Crackit Productions, take responsibility of care very severely.

“While we acknowledge that the programme was Ofcom compliant, we’ve taken on board Charlotte’s suggestions and eliminated the episode from our streaming platform My5.

“We apologise for any upset prompted.”

Charlotte will quickly be again on Geordie Shore as she groups up with James Tindale, Nathan Henry and Chloe Ferry for two particular exhibits to mark its tenth birthday.

She beforehand stop the show in 2016 after being a cast member for 5 years.



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