She’s the outspoken Big Brother star who has been labelled a ‘bully’ by her former housemate Casey Mazzucchelli.
And on Tuesday, Angela Clancy, revealed that she wasn’t bothered by the claims and denied ever bullying her or anyone else during her time on the show.
Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, the 37-year-old star and fan favourite said: ‘I’ve never been called a bully before.’
‘I have an empire to build’: Big Brother’s Angela Clancy, 37, (pictured) has revealed she’s not bothered that former co-star Casey Mazzucchelli has called her a ‘bully’
‘Casey may be mistaking my straight-up, honest opinions as bullying,’ she added.
Angela went on to say that she doesn’t have time to see what her co-stars are writing about her online.
‘I don’t take note or bait to such comments, I’m thinking ahead now, I’m making money… not dwelling on the past and negativity, darling,’ she continued.
‘Angelicious has an empire to build now,’ she laughed off.
That’s new! Speaking to Daily Mail Australia, Angela said: ‘I’ve never been called a bully before’
While the Perth-based Events manager kept tight-lipped about her new business plans, Angela said she hopes to soon relocate to Sydney.
‘I wanna move to Sydney to kick-start this dream,’ she gushed.
‘I can’t say what yet but when they come to fruition I’ll share it with the world,’ she added.
Forthright: Angela added that Casey, 25, (pictured) may have mistaken her straight-up, honest opinions as ‘bullying’ on the show
It comes after her former housemate Casey, 25, called Angela a ‘bully’ following their fiery clash onscreen.
On Monday’s episode, Casey locked horns with Angela, who insinuated she didn’t deserve to win the prize money of $250,000 over herself or Kieran Davidson.
The 25-year-old has now spoken out about the incident in a statement on Instagram.
New adventure! While the Perth-based Events manager kept tight-lipped about her new business plan, Angela said she hopes to soon relocate to Sydney
Casey explained that any comments accusing her of racism towards Angela would be ‘blocked and deleted’ as her ‘boyfriend is a person of colour’ – and went on to tell her critics that if they wanted a bully to ‘look no further’ than Angela.
In her post titled ‘Yikes’, Casey began: ‘First things first. Angela played a fierce game both mentally and physically. I have never denied that.
‘Secondly, and one the things [sic] that has haunted my entire life… I have always been friends with boys. I would like to point out both David & Xavier had also not won a challenge at this stage – yet I am “hiding behind the boys”.
Tight lipped: ‘I can’t say what yet but when they come to fruition I’ll share it with the world,’ she added