Geordie Shore star Grant Coulson cheated on days after coming out

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The 31-year-old recently made his relationship public.

Former Geordie Shore star Grant Coulson is reportedly “devastated” after discovering his boyfriend had cheated on him, just days after the reality TV star opened up about his sexuality. 

The 31-year-old, who had a brief romance with Chloe Ferry during his time on Geordie Shore, revealed last week that he was in a happy relationship with a man named Scott, who he “hoped to marry”. The couple were reportedly living together, and shared a dog named Hugo.

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In an exclusive interview with The Mirror, Grant said: “I think everyone, including myself, has your own journey with figuring out sexuality and getting more comfortable with it.”

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He further spoke fondly of his relationship with Scott, as he said: “For years I hid the real me and now I am finally happy.”

However, it has now been reported by The Mirror that Grant and Scott have split up, after Scott reportedly cheated on Grant by kissing a woman.

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A source told The Mirror:  "Grant has been left devastated by this. He was out supporting his brother DJ’ing and was told Scott had kissed a woman. He’s seen pictures of it and can’t believe it just days after they went public."

Grant has now deleted all images of himself and Scott from his social media profiles.

Grant had previously spoken of being “overwhelmed” by the support he had received from fans after coming out, and shared that men in the same position had reached out to him for advice.

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