Can Vicky Pattison ever beat her anger issues?

Star was hospitalised last week after a reported bust-up 


by Closer staff |
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As one of the stars of Geordie Shore, Vicky Pattison was renowned for her boozing and fiery temper.

She even admitted to hitting rock bottom in 2013, after she was arrested for drunkenly attacking another girl in a nightclub with a shoe. The star was found guilty on two counts of assault and served 180 hours of community service.

But after transforming her life through exercise and a healthy eating plan later that year – slimming from a size 16 to an 8 – Vicky, 27, told Closer in March that getting fit had helped her curb her rages.

But last week, Vicky – who quit the reality show in November – hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons when she was hospitalised in Marbella following a reported bust-up.

Vicky was renowned for her boozing and fiery temper in the Geordie Shore house
Vicky was renowned for her boozing and fiery temper in the Geordie Shore house

It was claimed the star had become embroiled in a boozy fight and, according to reported eyewitnesses, was “screaming, swearing and spitting” as she was restrained by fellow partygoers. Police were then called to the club and Vicky was hospitalised after reportedly passing out cold.

While the star’s management refused to comment on the incident, Vicky – who is set to star in new MTV show Judge Geordie next month – admitted later: “I’m never drinking again.”

Now sources say Vicky’s inner circle are urging her to seek help as they fear her anger issues could destroy her career.

A source says: “Vicky’s anger is starting to affect different parts of her life and she knows that if she doesn’t sort it out, she’ll never be able to settle down, like she’s always dreamed of, because her temper may get in the way.”

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