CBB 2015: Jeremy Jackson’s wife urges Chloe Goodman to press charges after ‘boob exposure’ claim

The CBB housemate left at the weekend after exposing Chloe’s breast while drunk

Jeremy Jackson

by Rosie Gizauskas |
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Jeremy Jackson’s wife Loni Willison has urged Celebrity Big Brother’s Chloe Goodman to press charges on the former Baywatch actor “for his own good”.

Jeremy was removed from the house at the weekend after he exposed Chloe’s breast whilst drunk.

Speaking to The Sun, Loni, who’s currently divorcing Jeremy, alleged that he attacked her at their LA home last year – resulting in two broken ribs, neck injuries and scratches to her face.

Loni did not press charges, but wants Chloe to proceed with police action.

“Chloe should report Jeremy to the police for his own good. I didn’t report him when he attacked me because I was scared. I was in a bad place emotionally and I didn’t want Jeremy to go to jail,” she told the paper.

“But after all this I think I should have done — maybe then I could have stopped Chloe having to go through that.”

The Los Angeles Police Department's Wilshire division confirmed to the MailOnline that a domestic disturbance call was made from the couple’s Los Angeles home in August, but Jeremy has made no official statement on his wife’s claims.

Loni also spoke about her shock at Jeremy going into the house when he has a known history of addiction.

“At least now everyone can see what I had to put up with. It’s irresponsible of the producers to let him on there and give him alcohol with his history of addiction problems. Something like this was bound to happen.”

She also revealed that Jeremy had admitted to being a sex addict – and she blames him growing up on the set of Baywatch.

“He was on set with beautiful sexy women and he was a child. I’m sure that does something to your psyche.”

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