Scarlett Moffatt has opened up about the time she made a savage comment to a cruel bully from her younger years.
The former Gogglebox star recently appeared on DJ Annie Mac’s podcast, called Changes, where she revealed that as a teenager, she went through a pretty difficult time.
She told Mac: “It is odd because I still live in the village that I grew up in, and sometimes I do see the people that used to bully me.”
The 31-year-old went on to say that the bullies seem to have forgotten the tough time they gave her, adding: “They’ll say ‘Oh, I always tell my kids that we’re friends’. And I’m like, ‘Friends? You actually made my life a living hell’.”
Moffatt then recalled a time she bumped into of the bullies outside Asda, saying: “I did actually pull one of them in Asda before, it was when I’d just won I’m a Celebrity.
“This girl came up to me, and she was like, ‘I’ve got two young girls now and I keep telling them we were friends and if she can do it you can do it’.”
In response, Moffatt claims she said: “I just went, ‘I really hope your little girls never meet anybody like you when they’re at school’.
“And I just walked out, it felt like a mic drop moment, but it was a basket.”
At this point Mac laughed, asking: “Did you drop your basket?”
The TV personality replied: “Yeah, I just went… I did go an hour later because I did actually need shopping.”
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