Montana Brown has spoken out about quitting the Celebrity Island with Bear Grylls
The Love Island star became the latest celeb to quit the show in tonight's episode.
Now she's opened up on her stay, joking branding Bear a "t**t".
She told Jamie Laing's Private Parts podcast: "He just dropped us off and went to the Four Seasons. T**t."
Reflecting on her stay on the Celebrity Island, Montana said: "It's not like reality shows where you're with your friends and people the same age, girls and guys, and it's fun.
"I was on a show with all ages so I was the youngest and two of the girls left at the beginning and it was me and Jo Wood and she's over 60.
"So I found it mentally tough because I felt like I didn't click with anyone.
"Especially when you don't have your phone, you feel so far away from home. And everyone's like, 'What were you doing in the Nineties?' and I'm like, 'I was in a womb'. You don't know what to say."
And taking a swipe at one of her other celebs, the former Love Island snapped: "There was Julia Roberts' brother Eric on with us - he's a bit of a k**b.
"He looked down on me the whole time. That's the first time I felt someone didn't like me for no reason and treated me like s**t.
"Towards the end he warmed up a little bit. But at the beginning I was like, 'I cannot stay here with this t**t'. Everyone was climbing in his a******e, saying, 'Eric you're amazing!'"
Montana was the third celeb to leave the island following ournalist, presenter and transgender activist Paris Lees and actress and radio broadcaster, Roxanne Pallett.
Those left in the group include Academy Award and Golden Globe nominated actor, Eric Roberts, actor and musician, Martin Kemp, double Olympic gold medal rower, James Cracknell, Olympic boxer, Anthony Ogogo and TOWIE star, Pete Wicks.
Joining them are model and TV personality, Jo Wood, and TV doctor, Dr Saleyha Ahsan.