Paul Hollywood’s ex Summer Monteys-Fullam ‘would never tarnish anyone’s name’
Summer Monteys-Fullam, 24, has hit back at ex Paul Hollywood, 53, after he claimed she was "courting paps" during a recent Instagram post.
The former barmaid and the Bake Off judge struck up a relationship in 2017, despite their 30-year age gap, and swiftly moved in together.
However, their budding romance was cut short after Paul wanted his girlfriend to sign a non-disclosure agreement which would have prevented her from talking about their relationship with close friends and family.
Following reports she plans on taking her former beau to court over his allegations she has been "making money selling stories and continuously courting paps" on social media, Summer explained this was not the case.
Summer revealed she has "never sold a story on [her] personal life for financial gain or otherwise".
In a statement released to Mail Online, the red haired beauty detailed how she is just "seizing opportunities".
It read: "I have never wanted to attend court to seek financial gain from Paul Hollywood or anyone else for that matter.
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"I have never sold a story on my personal life for financial gain or otherwise. I have never courted the paparazzi in exchange for publicity, financial gain or otherwise.
"All I am trying to do is seize opportunities that have been presented to me as any young woman would."
She added she would "never intentionally do anything to tarnish anyone’s career or name".
Since the high publicity split, Summer has decided to kick start a career in reality tv.
It has previously been reported the Kent native had her heart set on a stint in the jungle, but despite ITV promising a large pay packet, it wasn't as much as Summer had hoped for.
The TV channel reportedly offered a whopping £125,000 fee for an I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! appearance, but Summer is said to have turned it down because she was expecting a figure around the £400,000 mark.
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