DANIELLE Lloyd is set for more heartache as ex-husband Jamie O’Hara has revealed there will be more revelations from their children row.
The Celebrity Big Brother star says he will continue to discuss and argue with her on social media as he reckons it is better to be honest, the Sun’s Bizarre column can reveal.
He defended the posts after followers criticised him for the timing of them as she had recently had given birth for the fourth time.
Jamie said: “I like having social media – although sometimes I don’t.
“I think it’s fair for me to put that [stuff about my kids] out there and keep people informed of what’s going on in my life, the ups and downs.
“I want people to know the reality of my situation now.
“I used to try and be very private but these things always ended coming out anyway so I’d rather give people the real insight into my life, the things that I’m going through, I think Twitter is a fair platform.”
Jamie alleged Danielle, who he had three boys, Archie, seven, Harry, six, and three-year-old George with, had broken a court order in place to make sure he has access to them.
He tweeted his anger pleading the former model to let him see them.
Jamie asked her: “Can you please let me see my boys, why are you doing this to them?
“I love them and miss them. I don’t want to go back to court.”
He added: “She won’t reply or answer, I haven’t seen my kids for a month I have a court order to see them, I don’t want sympathy I want my kids.”
Danielle, who had baby number four with boyfriend Michael O’Neill earlier this month, is yet to hit back at the claims.
Jamie insisted doing Celebrity Big Brother made him be more honest, which helped him make the recent outbursts.
He said: “I think being honest about the situation I’m in does help.
“When I did Big Brother the biggest thing that I learned from that whole TV show was that you’ve got to be yourself and be honest and if people like you then they like you.
“Not everyone is going to like you, there are going to be people who dislike you and have something to say.
“Truthfully, all that really matters is if your family like you and your close friends, I just try and be myself and if people don’t like me or what I’ve got to say then what can I do?”