Celebrity Big Brother star Jasmine Waltz thinks that her ex-boyfriend Lee Ryan has a 'mental problems', but claimed that he was more than as he was far more worst than a psycho. As she speaks with New! Magazine, she labeled her former flame as an 'emotional disaster' with 'gay tendencies'.
The two first met in the Celebrity Big Brother house in January. After that, they have been in a whirlwind romance. In an interview with New! she said that she wasn’t surprised at all the Lee ended up in a rehab.
'I said that he needed mental help, like a psychologist or therapist, the ups and downs and the binge drinking. He had a lot of demons and no way of coping.'
Lee was arrested because he was driving while he was drunk. As the police inspected the car, they found some cocaine. Since then, the Blue singer entered into rehab clinic, The Priory.
On May 2, he will have to go face to face with the magistrates to face sentencing.
Jasmine can’t forget what happened to her while she was on a relationship with the singer. They were spending some time together in Thailand, then Lee left her in a terrifying situation:
'He left me downtown by myself with no phone and no money. He just walked away because he was drunk. That was one of the scariest moments of my life.'
From then on, Jasmine was questioning his state of mind since anyone in their right mind would not left a girl alone in a country that she doesn’t know. The singer wasn’t concern at all to what might happen with his girlfriend in a foreign country like Thailand.
On the allegations that Lee had cheated on her while they were on a relationship with a man Jasmine agreed that her former boyfriend was gay. However, he quickly pointed out that Blue bandmate Duncan James wasn’t Lee’s lover.
When asked about the 'mutiple men' issue, Jasmine said: 'I think there were quite a few. And then when I left the UK and found out he'd been making advances towards men again, I'd just had enough. I had no idea it was as serious, or out of control, as it was'.
'He definitely has gay tendencies'
On April 9 April, after their split, Lee depended talked about his sexuality:
'I've been asked by a few people why I haven't reacted over recent claims & my answer is this.. 'The claims that I am gay don't faze me. I don't care if people think I'm gay, why would I care? I would be proud. Sexuality doesn't need to be defended or justified.'