Kelly Brook love rival Jasmine Waltz linked to CBB
Kelly Brook is said to be ‘terrified’ that her ‘sex secrets’ will be revealed on Celebrity Big Brother 2014 after bosses signed Danny Cipriani’s ex-girlfriend Jasmine Waltz to take part.
Waltz – an American model – briefly dated Cipriani in 2010 after he split from Brook, whom he famously has an on-off relationship with.
However, the rugby player later dumped Waltz so he could go back to Brook – and now both The Sun and The Daily Star are reporting that Waltz could seek her revenge in the Celebrity Big Brother house.
An insider told The Sun: “Jasmine has told friends she’s ready to let rip at Danny and won’t hold back on what he told her about Kelly and their sex life. Danny and Kelly have been off and on for years but Jasmine’s TV appearance could be the nail in the coffin.
“CBB producers were blown away by how frank Jasmine was in her pre-interviews. Expect fireworks when the cameras start rolling.”
The 31-year-old has also been romantically linked to Hollywood actor David Arquette – in the aftermath of his break-up from Courteney Cox – and American Idol host Ryan Seacrest.
But the source added: “Danny will be her main target. She has never forgiven him for how he treated her. She is willing to talk about everything Danny told her about him and Kelly, from their bedroom life to their issues. It could be very uncomfortable viewing for Kelly.”
Jasmine herself has fuelled rumours over her appearance by posting several photos on Instagram from London, after she flew in to the UK last weekend.
The aspiring actress – who played ‘video store customer’ in Bad Boys II and ‘smoking girl #3’ in Paris Hilton’s straight-to-video film Pledge This! – also made headlines in 2010 when she was accused of punching Lindsay Lohan.
Other names that have been linked to Celebrity Big Brother recently include Made In Chelsea star Ollie Locke, Bigg Boss finalist Tanishaa Mukherji, Neighbours actor Alan Fletcher, comedian Jim Davidson and controversial writer Katie Hopkins.
The new series begins this Friday at 9.00pm on Channel 5.