STEPHEN Bear has introduced fans to his inflatable “solicitor” amid the argument with Charlotte Crosby over cash.
The star, 27, shared a series of weird videos on Instagram after he claimed his ex due him cash from their joint business venture, His and Hers Ltd.
Charlotte has denied Stephen’s claims, job them “totally false” and says she’s left the “matter in the hands of solicitors.”
But an unrepentant Bear uploaded videos last night where he introduced the blow-up doll to the camera and said: “This is my solicitor. Say hello to him.
“He’s the best in the country and he’s on my side, and he gives good recommendation so we listen to him on how to act in this certain situation.”
He then issues a warning to Charlotte and those he claims owe him income and said: “Maybe by tomorrow we could get a essential e-mail and this could all be squashed.
“But, if we don’t squish it tomorrow – say, tomorrow at 12pm – I’m going to listen to my solicitor’s advice. He’s the best in the universe.”
In a video posted on Monday, which was creatively posted on Snapchat but after combined to Instagram, Stephen told Charlotte he “wants her to respond to his f***ing e-mails”.
On the clip, which he called the “Monday Rant”, he fumed: “I’m due a lot of income by 3 opposite people.
“The first is Rustlers: where’s my £3,000 you owe me? It’s been 5 months. Second one, Good For Nothing – you owe me £16,000! My agreement isn’t finished til April.
“The third one is for you Charlotte – listen. Reply back to the e-mails. we haven’t perceived 1p from the business which we started with MY money.”
Despite Bear’s allegations, two of the 3 companies he is accusing of self-denial remuneration have come brazen and insisted that he is due nothing.
A representative for Charlotte told The Sun Online that the star’s lawyers were now involved.
They said: “Stephen Bear’s slanderous comments on Instagram currently are totally false: there is no law whatsoever in the claim that Stephen is due any income by Charlotte, her father or His and Hers Ltd.
“We can't criticism about the other companies that he says owe him money. This matter is now in the hands of the solicitors.”
Burger company Rustlers have told The Sun Online: “Last month we chose to cancel a campaign featuring Stephen Bear after several unsuited images of Stephen feeding tigers at a church in Thailand seemed on social media last month.
“He has been paid reasonably under the terms of the cancelled agreement with him, and no other remuneration is due.”
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