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Harvey's bum flash is not so solid

CHEEKY: The ex-husband of Alesha Dixon likes showing others his bum

MC HARVEY landed in trouble with the bosses of Celebrity Big Brother after allegedly performing a drunken indecent act in front of a stunned Nolan Sister Coleen Nolan.

The rapper was drunk during the 80s themed party on Tuesday night, and at one point it's reported he dropped his trousers and bared his bottom to the former Loose Women star, before parting his cheeks and flashing her.

Despite calling the act “just banter”, he was hauled into the diary room by the bosses of the reality show and was told it was “offensive and inappropriate”.

His housemates agreed, with Julian Clary saying: “It wasn’t just disrespectful to Coleen but everyone.”

Furious Spandau Ballet star Martin Kemp hit out at Harvey, telling him: “It was disrespectful what you did. There is ‘banter’ and then there is getting your a**e out and opening your cheeks and showing it all to Coleen. Maybe it seemed funny at the time because everyone had had a drink but you crossed the line.

“Whether Coleen is your mate or not, you went from respect to disrespect towards a woman. This is the sort of thing you do as boys at football but not to a woman.”

The So Solid member hit back however, saying: “I know my boundaries with everyone in here. I would never have done that to you or Julie or Julian but Coleen is a friend. Some of these people who have complained about me I have no respect for because they are hypocrites. They can’t tell me what to do. Julian makes jokes about bums and has put his hand down Coleen’s dress. Maybe I find that offensive.”

Harvey later apologised, telling his housemates: “Sorry about my bum antics last night. I apologise.”

Reflecting on the incident, Nolan said: “He was absolutely slaughtered. I put my head under the covers.”

Harvey and Coleen have both made it into the final of this year's Celebrity Big Brother following Wednesday's semi-final eviction, which saw Prince Lorenzo and Julie Goodyear evicted from the house.

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