I'm A Celeb bosses have cancelled a reunion between Jacqueline Jossa and her hubby Dan Osborne - after claims he had an orgy behind her back, according to reports.
Chloe Ayling claims she and Dan had a steamy romp with US reality star Natalie Nunn after they appeared in CelebrityBig Brother - but he furiously denies the allegation.
Dan angrily denied that anything happened between them - saying that while they did go out partying together absolutely nothing happened between them.
I'm a Celeb bosses planned for Jacqueline to get together with Dan on Saturday night's ITV show - but show bosses apparently reckon a jungle meeting with her love-rat husband could bring her to tears - and have dramatically pulled the plug on the reunion.
A source told Sun Online said: “Bosses couldn’t give her advance notice as it would ruin the surprise, which is the whole point of the reunion segment.
“But if they didn’t give her a heads-up and she hated that Dan had been sent in it could’ve really upset her.
“ITV are all about duty of care. They decided that Dan and Jacqueline’s first proper conversation since the dramas emerged should be off- camera and not in front of millions of viewers.”
The source also claims producers were also concerned the meeting could have put Dan in an awkward position — potentially leading to worse relations between him and his wife's parents.
Chloe Ayling reckons the threesome happened after a night of boozing and partying - which saw the stars papped together - they went back to a hotel and engaged in sexual activity together.
She claims that she watched Dan have full sex with Natalie, who was married to an American football player at the time, before kissing and performing a sex act on Chloe.
But Dan denies being unfaithful to Jacqueline and one of his representatives previously told Mirror Online, the "story isn't not true and Dan will be seeking legal advice".
Dan has flown out to Australia with the couple's daughters to be there to greet her at the famous bridge when she is evicted from I'm a Celeb.
An ITV spokesperson said: "Families entering the Jungle is a show format point that we don’t do every year unlike letters from home or celebrity cyclone."