The glamour model dominated headlines after claiming to have been snatched by the so-called “Black Death” sex trafficking ring, who allegedly held her captive for six days in Italy.
According to former Big Brother star Biannca Lake, becoming a figure of public interest was Chloe’s attempt to follow in her own footsteps.
“I told her what happened with me. I auditioned for Big Brother five times, then I did this documentary where I said I’d slept with over 300 men. Then Big Brother contacted me and put me in,” Biannca told Daily Star Online, exclusively.
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“She’s everywhere, I reckon Big Brother will take her after this.”
“She knows this – if you get in the press, you’ll get on Big Brother. That is her dream gig, she just wants to be famous. She wants that or Love Island, because a lot of people work across both shows,” she went on.
Biannca said she expected to see the blonde get hoovered up by Channel 5 execs.
“She’s everywhere, I reckon Big Brother will take her after this,” she went on.
However, she said that Chloe lacked star quality and was unlikely to win the public over.
“I don’t think she’s got much to give. I don’t think she’d put on a front, but she’d be in her own little world and quite boring to watch.
“She never cracks a joke, she wouldn’t speak unless you spoke to her. She’s really shy and quiet, not the type to mingle at all.”
Biannca knows Chloe after casting her on reality show It’s A Pole Life, which offers an insight into the world of stripping.
Earlier this week, she branded her “desperate for fame” and “not willing to put the work in” after she bailed on the project when it didn’t immediately get snapped up by TV bosses.
Biannca’s comments echo those of Chloe’s ex boyfriend Conor Keyes, who said the blonde “just loves cameras” and is “100% focused on her modelling career”.
Chloe appeared in a series of viral Youtube videos in the month before her supposed abduction.
Daily Star Online have contacted Channel 5 for comment.