Dancing On Ice ‘s Mark Little apparently used his iconic Aussie soap character to woo a stripper.
Mum-of-one Anne Whyte, 38, claimed Mark, 59, used his Neighbours character, “lovable rogue” Joe Mangel, to try get her into bed.
She said married Mark , who played the iconic character between 1988 and 1991, had sent her “over 200 WhatsApp messages” in two weeks.
“He asked me to imagine Joe performing a sex act on me. I was shocked. This wasn’t a bit of cheeky flirting. He said he wanted to meet up," she told the Sunday Mirror.
More than six million viewers will watch the former Neighbours star skate for survival tonight, just one week after the hit ITV talent show launched.
But stripper Anne said it will be his own fault if he mucks up his routine with skate partner Brianne Delcourt – because of his late night messages to her.
The glamour model said of their texting sessions: “Some nights he was messaging me until 2am so he can’t have been getting much sleep.
"There were other times when he messaged me in the middle of the day so I believe it was in between his lessons at the rink.
“The messages were pretty intense so his mind can’t have been completely on the competition.
"If he goes out first that’s his own look-out.”
Anne, or Vineeta to her 13,000 followers, said she and Mark became Facebook pals three years ago.
But things changed after he saw a hot picture of her online. She said: “Three days after Christmas he told me: ‘I am a married man… this is naughty… but I dreamed of you last night and it was wild’. More messages detailed sex acts.”
Aussie Mark lives in North London with wife Cath Farr.
His spokesperson said: “The nature of these messages has been completely misconstrued and it is disappointing they are being used in an effort to mischaracterise Mark.”
But Anne hit back: “There was no way of misconstruing his messages, they are the most explicit thing I have ever seen.”
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