She was always going to talk. And, honestly, she didn't do too bad a job.

Of living with Ronnie, the 21-year-old said: "The whole thing started off like a fairytale. But then it felt like an evil fairytale. When Ronnie and I moved into a tower my friends were laughing and saying I was like the princess trapped in the tower. He went all Jekyll and Hyde. I'd be trapped there with an evil goblin king."

Of what first attracted her, she said: "I've always liked guys in bands, skinny and rugged. He was the ultimate. He would do things on the spot, which was exciting." Cause he had the money to...

Of his drinking, she said: "He was like a child with tantrums when he was drunk, throwing water bottles and doing impressions of my voice. It was like trying to keep a child under control. In the end I was so unimpressed by everything."

Of her new life, she said: "I feel like I've got myself back. I feel reborn. I didn't realise how drowned I was in the whole situation until I got out of it. I grew out of him. I just thought, what's the point of being with an older man if he acts about 12?... I'm not materialistic. I'm now living in a small flat. I've realised age does matter. I'm hanging out with guys my own age - we have things in common."

Finally, of Jo Wood, she said: "I don't know how she did it. I couldn't."

Surprisingly, she was just referring to Jo's stint on Strictly Come Dancing.