Stephen Bear appears to be throwing same epically-major shade at his ex-girlfriend Charlotte Crosby.
They’ve been caught in a bit of a spat ever since he publicly called her out on social media, claiming she owes him money from the business they launched together when they were dating.
And even after she denied it and threatened legal action against him, he’s carrying on in his campaign against her.
Today, he was seen sporting a T-shirt with a rather cutting slogan printed on the front of it.
The former Celebrity Big Brother winner was seen working on his new film, The Old Man, wearing a white T-shirt with the words ‘Bitch better have my money!"
The T-shirt looked a bit homemade, meaning that Bear may have written the quote on there himself.
It appears that he’s carrying on the argument between him and his ex.
Last night, he launched into a foul-mouthed rant as he claimed he’s owed a whopping £19,000 from his ex and two companies.
Bear took to Snapchat to demand cash from burger brand Rustlers and clothing company Good For Nothing.
Bear, 28, also claims that he hasn’t seen a penny from the company he owns with his ex-girlfriend , presumably since they split last year.
The exes launched clothing company His and Hers together, and advertised it constantly on social media by posing up in their matching jumpers, hoodies, and holding phone cases with ‘His’ and ‘Hers’ emblazoned on the back.
But Charlotte furiously hit back at the claims and has threatened legal action against her ex.
A representative for the star told Mirror Online: "Stephen Bear’s libellous comments today are totally false: there is no truth whatsoever in the allegation that Stephen is owed any money by Charlotte, her father or His and Hers Ltd.
"We cannot comment about the other companies that he says owe him money. This matter is now in the hands of our solicitors."
Taking to Snapchat, Bear said in a video: "Yeah, so this one’s called the Monday rant.
"I’m owed a lot of money from three different people. First one is Rustlers, where’s my £3,000 you owe me? It’s been five months.
"Second one, Good For Nothing, you owe me 16 grand, my contract isn’t finished until April, you owe me £16,000. Where is it?
"And the third one is for you Charlotte, listen, reply back to the emails. I haven’t received 1p from the business which I started with my money. Okay?
"Tell your dad to reply to the f*****g emails, do you understand? Make sure he gets back to him because what’s going on at the minute is b******s and it’s embarrassing.
"Do you understand? Because I’ve had enough now. That’s the Monday rant over, I want all my f*****g money from all three of you, do you understand?"
It’s not clear exactly what Rustlers and Good For Nothing has agreed to pay Bear for.
He’s been living it up in Bali recently, but caused a lot of controversy with his social media posts, first by playing with a captive tiger and then by casually posing with guns.
A spokesman for Rustlers told Mirror Online: "Last month we chose to cancel a campaign featuring Stephen Bear after several unsuitable images of Stephen feeding tigers at a temple in Thailand appeared on social media last month. He has been paid appropriately under the terms of our cancelled agreement with him, and no other payment is due."
Mirror Online has contacted Bear’s representatives for comment.
We’ve also reached out to Good For Nothing.
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