Well, here’s a shocker… Jodie Marsh: “I am only sexually attracted to women”

The star has been put off men for good!

Jodie Marsh has been explicitly honest about her love life, and her sex life for that matter.

After her painful split from husband James Placido, the glamour model has revealed that she’s only dating women now.

The couple ended their marriage after just eight months and is insisting that romance isn’t on her mind, but if it was, she would only get involved with a woman.

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Talking to the Daily Star, she said: “I’m not against having another relationship but at the moment the people I fancy are women and I am only sexually attracted to women.”

Sadly, Jodie has confessed that after he second divorce she will never get hitched again.

“I will never get married again. It was the worst mistake of my life.”

Jodie and James got married in a stunning ceremony in the Caribbean back in August 2015 and looked head-over-heels in love with each other.

The TV blonde has refused to comment on the exact reason they split up she said that she was “duped” into the romance.

She told Mirror Celeb: “My fans know me. They know that I wouldn’t have been madly head over heels in love with somebody, for it to end in an instant, without a very very very big reason.

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“I wouldn’t be telling people, ‘This is my soul mate’ for it to end overnight so suddenly. There’s obviously a massive, massive reason. I genuinely thought that was it for life.

“I think he’s back in his caravan. Now it’s either I move house or to another country. If he doesn’t move countries, I will, put it that way. We’re not dealing with a normal situation here, it’s a massive massive worry.”

“I can’t go into it too much, but there was enough fear for my stuff, and my safety. Everything I do has a valid reason behind it. It will all come out.”

Jodie is now single and wants to focus on her TV work, and has a real love of animals. She is also an ambassador for the anti-bullying project BeingMeCampaign.

Nancy Brown
Associate Editor