Last week we thought Gary Beadle had finally decided to grow up when he told his ex Lillie Lexie Gregg that it’s because of her he now knows there’s more to life than partying.

 

But unfortunately today that hope was dashed as – during the latest episode of Ex On The Beach - Gaz officially admitted to cheating on Lillie while they were together.

 

When the arrival of the Geordie’s Australian ex Chrysten prompts a string of questions from Lillie, Gaz is forced to reveal his indiscretion.

 

 

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After Lillie asks the reality star if he saw Chryten while they were visiting Oz as a couple, Gaz awkwardly tells the camera: “Lillie starts questioning me, which makes me question myself.  Then I remember. I kind of slept with Chrysten when I was with Lillie.”

 

Despite this admission, the 28-year-old TV personality tells Lillie: “No I didn't get with her when you were there, I slept with her a couple of years ago.”  Seriously?

 

Clearly having a very good understanding of her famous ex, the Lily-Beau London founder pushes: “It shouldn't be a hard thing.  You either cheated on me or you didn't.  You should know, ‘No I definitely didn't’.”

 

 

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Failing to wiggle his way out of a desperate situation, the Gazmoji creator eventually says: “I didn't cheat on you with her.”

 

To which Lillie replies: “With her?  But you did cheat on me with other people? I feel like you worded that very wrong.”

 

 

 

Will Gary ever learn?

 

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