Stacey Dooley breaks silence over Kevin Clifton scandal



Stacey Dooley is dating her Strictly Come Dancing partner Kevin Clifton, according to ex-boyfriend Sam Tucknott.

He recalled: "I was getting my stuff to leave". I just stuck it on him.

The message read: "Forgive not because they deserve forgiveness but because you deserve peace".

Sam also challenged his former friend during a FaceTime chat, accusing him of chasing Stacey as the pair danced to victory on the BBC One show a year ago.

Scorned Sam has incredibly hit out at Strictly pro Kevin and revealed what he said to the dancer when he spoke to him about the fling.

'He went white, ' said Sam, 30. On keeping her calm, the TV star explained: "I say to myself before I put the key in the door, 'Don't kick off about the state of the flat because it doesn't matter'".

According to Sam, Stacey subsequently confessed to falling for Kevin during their time on the show.

Kevin - who won Strictly with Stacey a year ago - split from his third wife and co-star Karen in March 2018.

Following Sam's claims, Stacey has now taken to social media to share a cryptic post about forgiveness.

But by the end of March, the couple had made arrangements to separate and for Stacey to move out of their Brighton home.

"Her phone went and it was Kevin Clifton - "I love you" with a red love heart. I will tell you anything you want to know", the text allegedly said.

In a series of other claims, he added she had told him she had fallen for the professional dancer, but insisted she wasn't "entertaining or texting" Kevin until after their split. "I hate what you've done". How you conducted yourself. "Just a slippery, slimy snake".

"He didn't say a word, he looked petrified, so shocked". He comes out and says it's all "strictly business"."He's a full-on pr**k". Looking back now all the signs were there that I had lost Stacey, but I kept thinking we had done the hardest bit.

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