‘Spoiled’ Gemma Collins didn’t know bills existed until she moved out at 30
The former TOWIE star says she was so spoiled by her parents while living at home that she was completely unaware that she had to pay bills
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Gemma Collins was so spoiled by her parents that she didn’t know what bills were until she moved out at age 30.
The former TOWIE star has admitted that she had no idea she had to pay for things like water, power, and Sky television.
Gemma, now 39, confessed on her BBC podcast: “I didn’t move out till I was 30 years old. I had it far too good at home.
“I remember calling my father and saying, ‘What the hell is a water bill?’
“Then the council tax, then the Sky, then the TV licence. I had the biggest shock of my life.”
Gemma has said a number of wild things on her podcast, and particularly enjoys sharing the conspiracy theories that she believes in.
She once said she was convinced that lizard people are real – and living amongst us.
She said: “My theory is – and this is a little bit weird – I believe there are lizards living amongst us.
“If you are a lizard, get in touch with me. There’s been so many reports that there are different kids of species living in the UK and around the world – I want to meet you, I want to touch you, I want to smell you, I want to know more.”
Gemma believes the lizard people have managed to go undetected for so long because they’ve been using an alleged secret network of underground tunnels – said to be used by Her Majesty the Queen when she goes shopping – to get around London.
She added on The Gemma Collins Podcast : “I’m not letting this tunnel life go. I need my own tunnels. Will we ever get to see these secret tunnels?
“Who’s in these tunnels? Can you get food and drink and a glass of champagne?”
Gemma also once said he believes her boobs have supernatural powers, like the kind possessed by Eleven in Netflix hit Stranger Things.
She said: “When I was younger like I didn’t really understand that I could feel things that maybe other people didn’t or see things that other people didn’t.