Vogue Williams: 'I've been cheated on in the past'
Vogue Williams has admitted she has been cheated on in the past and said women who choose to see men who are in committed relationships “should not be forgiven”.
The television presenter admitted that she could not forgive a woman who knowingly slept with a man who had a girlfriend or wife.
“Being with someone in a relationship breaks girl code,” Vogue wrote in her column in The Sunday World.
“If someone didn’t know a man was attached and was completely honest in their mistake, then I could personally forgive that girl, not so much the person I was with though.
“The only thing I couldn’t forgive is a girl who knows a man is with someone and still chooses to go there anyway,” Vogue said.
The presenter, who split with her husband Brian McFadden last year, said she still cannot stand the woman who kissed her ex-boyfriend several years ago.
“I have been cheated on in the past and I still don’t speak to the girl who kissed my boyfriend.
“I bumped into her recently and that feeling of anger came right back after all those years, because one thing I cannot stand is a fake girl. Do not act like my friend when you plan on stabbing me in the back,” she said.
Vogue recently came under fire after she admitted she is to take a legal high as part of a documentary on RTE.
Vogue (30) will take LSD or a similar lawfully obtained substance under medical supervision for her series.
LSD, also known as acid, is a psychedelic drug known for its psychological effects, which include altered thinking, hallucinations, synaesthesia, an altered sense of time, and spiritual experiences.
"I'm terrified, it's not something I've ever done before," she told the newspaper on Saturday night.
"It was never my thing, but we are going to do it for the show as we are looking at addiction - my mother is going to be delighted I'm sure."