BOY George was left furious this evening as Scarlette Douglas quizzed him over his time in prison.
Boy George was not happy as he was quizzed by ScarletteCredit: Rex
Scarlette wanted to know about this arrestCredit: Rex
Curious to know more, brave Scarlette quizzed him about the incident – leaving the singer gobsmacked.
He branded the Place In The Sun host ‘inappropriate’ as he was forced to open about his time behind bars.
Boy George raged in the Bush Telegraph: “Scarlette blatantly talked about my court case.
“I thought it was inappropriate what she did, actually. I thought she shouldn’t have said what she said to me.
“And I thought I handled it really well as it’s a big sore point for me when people say things like that.”
Boy George, has previously said he was high on cocaine and having a psychotic episode at the time of the attack – and has been drug-free since.
Since entering the jungle, the victim Audun has said he is “still traumatised” from that night as he slammed the decision to allow him on the show.
Scarlette kicked off the conversation by casually asking him: “What happened with you BG and some guy in handcuffs and a radiator?”
He quickly snapped: “That’s not true,” as she continued: “I don’t know the story, I just heard radiator, handcuffs…”
Boy George said: “It’s not true, no radiators”, and she responded: “Oh, just handcuffs.”
Clearly getting quite agitated, the singer told her: “Handcuffs is true but the radiator bit wasn’t true, but thanks for bringing it up.”
As she apologised, he continued: “Good job I know what the full story was.
“The best way to explain my thing, Scarlette, if I beat someone up there would be photographs. And there were none, because it didn’t happen.
“So when you beat someone up, the first thing the police do is take a photograph and they show them in court. There was no photos because I didn’t do that.
“But I did do one thing. I did handcuff him, yeah. Because I’d handcuffed the guy I’d already assaulted him.
“So, when I said ‘I did it’, I thought, I’ll tell the truth they’ll let me go home. I went to prison for four months. I was on tag for four months as well.”
Discussing his time locked up, Boy George explained:: “It was very boring. The clothes was quite similar to this.
“They also thought I was going to be a total nightmare. And when I wasn’t… they literally thanked me when I left. They were like, ‘Oh my god.
“I knew when I was there, I was like, ‘right this isn’t my life. This isn’t what I want, I’m never coming back’. I accepted it and I just thought I’ll take what happens.”
He added: “Sometimes I think, do I want to explain it? I know the truth. I also know, if I’d done what I was accused of doing, I don’t think I’d be working. I don’t think I’d ever have come back from it. That was a slightly tabloid exaggerated scene.”