Vanessa Bauer of Dancing On Ice “claims she is responsible for the separation of Joe-Warren Plant”


Vanessa Bauer has reportedly criticized claims that she was responsible for the split of another famous partner on Dancing On Ice.
The 24-year-old professional skater is angry that she is being used as the reason for Joe-Warren Plant’s relationship breakdown with model Nicole Hadlow.

The 18-year-old Emmerdale actor reportedly threw out his girlfriend last week, after talking about how much time he spent with Vanessa, as they prepared for the ITV show.

This is the third time Vanessa has been linked with her famous partner’s separation from their lovers, in the past two years.

According to sources, she is fed up with fingers pointing in his direction and angrily responded to the new accusations.

Vanessa Bauer is not happy to be linked with Joe-Warren Plant’s split with his girlfriend

Speaking to The Sun, a source said: “Vanessa is extremely embarrassed by this. She insisted that she had nothing to do with Joe and Nicole’s breakup.

“Vanessa has been accused of being at the center of divisions from other partners, but she says it’s pure coincidence. She doesn’t want to be seen as a man-eater. ”

Vanessa is believed to have built strong relationships with her famous partners in the past, which caused issues with their other halves at the time.

The source said Vanessa “gets along well with Joe” and they “train for long hours” which means they “spend a lot of time together”.

Joe-Warren Plant from Emmerdale with his girlfriend Nicole Hadlow

However, it has been reported that “for her” it is “nothing more than work”.

Nicole, 24, is believed to have asked Joe to leave their home last week, as concerns over his relationship with Vanessa grew.

Love Island star Wes Nelson got “too close” to Vanessa on the last series, which led to his then-girlfriend Megan Barton Hanson giving him the boot.

The year before, it was 32-year-old singer Jake Quickenden who had seen his engagement called off after pairing Vanessa with the show.

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