Chloe Sims and her sisters Frankie and Demi will miss TOWIE’s new series premiere event in the Dominican Republic following reports of off-screen disagreements
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TOWIE’s Chloe Sims and her sisters Frankie and Demi have pulled out of a trip to the Dominican Republic ahead of the show’s new series premiere date.
The sibling trio’s absence comes to the fore after secret off-screen disagreements amid tensions over the new cast, according to the site. Sun.
With filming set to begin on Thursday, Chloe, 40, Frankie 27, and Demi, 25, will almost certainly miss out even if the issue can be resolved in time.
The new cast includes Junaid Ahmed, formerly of Lovestruck High, and Jordan Brook, who returns to TOWIE after four years.
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Courtney Green and Chloe Meadows are also set to return to the first screen, meanwhile.
A source told Sun : “Not everyone is happy about the newcomers. It ruffles a few feathers behind the scenes.
“There were some major disagreements off camera that resulted in the sisters deciding to pull out of the trip two days before they were meant to fly out.
“Every year the three sisters top the list of returning cast members. They’re the biggest characters that offer great appeal, charm, and good storylines. Everyone’s talking about why they’re missing. “
This is not the first time Chloe has been involved in a dispute in recent times.
In March, the reality star angrily hit back at Ulrika Jonsson after the TV presenter criticized her for being dishonest with her daughter about her plastic surgery.
According to the report, Chloe told her daughter Madison, 16, that she was bruised ‘from the fall’ and not from the cutlery.
Her comments later prompted Ulrika, 54, to accuse the reality TV star of ‘rejecting parenting principles that require us to be upfront’.
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A spokesperson for Chloe revealed at the time that she was ‘deeply disappointed’ by Ulrika’s comments.
“Chloe is deeply disappointed by Ulrika’s uneducated comments and misinformation about misrepresentation from its original source interview in celebrating motherhood,” the source said.
“And the remarkable relationship Chloe has with her daughter becomes a somewhat accurate, but bitter piece in the author’s thinking,” they added.
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