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1.0 out of 5 stars Lost respect, 29 April 2013
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This review is from: Chloe Sims: The Only Way is Up - My Story (Kindle Edition)
I've always liked Chloe on the show and having saw lots of 're-tweets from her regarding her book I decided to read it. Now I have lost all respect for her.
She cries poverty through most of it but she couldn't hold a job so it's her own fault. She didn't have to turn to pole dancing. She had choices.
Chloe has basically chose to live a life of partying and jet setting and never puts her daughter first. She spent the last of her savings on a boob job for God's sake when she had a baby who was living in a cold house with nothing.
Oh and the whole Mr starship thing....yawn! Wake up chloe! He's clearly a married man. Again, he comes before her daughter. Jetting around the world to see him palming her child off on whoever will have her.
Chloe has actually disgusted me and I will never see her in the same light again.
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Initial post: 16 Jan 2015, 22:14:19 GMT
claracluck says:
Totally agree with this review, she came across as so selfish. She has every weekend "off" from being a mother, surely that is enough tie to let her hair down and she doesn't need to keep plalming her daughter off on anyone she looks at during the week too. Poor kid must wake up every morning wondering who's bed she is in!

Posted on 3 Nov 2015, 17:15:19 GMT
having looked at her online profile she has starship in all of her profile names as if its her last name, even her tanning range was called starship. how disrespectful to any relationship in the in between and when Elliot caught her texting her ex I wonder who that was?! Having read the book she came across as very weak and looking at her current profiles its obvious she hasn't learnt or moved on
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