Helen Flanagan accused of teasing love rival on Twitter
Helen Flanagan has been accused of targeting her love rival on Twitter.
The 22-year-old actress left Donatella Panayiotou feeling ''very uncomfortable'' after she posted a series of messages on the social networking site appearing to mimic the reality TV star.
Donatella is convinced Helen is taunting her after it emerged she was sending lewd texts to Scott Sinclair before Helen split from the Manchester City footballer last month.
After the 'Young, Posh and Loaded' star announced she was going to the Yahoo! Wireless Festival in Hyde Park last weekend, Helen wrote on Twitter: ''Who's going to Wireless think I might show my face.''
The blonde bombshell previously posted a selfie alongside the caption, ''I love my new nails'', shortly after Donatella, 29, had shared a photo of her manicure.
Helen also uploaded a picture of her snacking on a peach, which her rival took as a personal slight since she calls herself 'Peach' on Instagram.
Donatella told The Sun newspaper: ''Helen seems to be targeting me in a series of tweets which have left me very uncomfortable.
''This whole thing is just getting weird and ridiculous. It's like I'm being stalked or something.
''I am sorry what she has been through with her boyfriend cheating on her by wanting me for sex, but that has got nothing to do with me. I never gave Scott what he wanted. I wish Helen well.''
Helen has been distraught since discovering her then-boyfriend had been exchanging racy messages with Donatella.
The actress said: ''My feelings for him have not changed. It's been the worst time of my life.''
But the former 'Coronation Street' star has been cheered up this week after spending time with 'The Only Way is Essex' star James 'Arg' Argent.
Earlier today (17.07.13), she tweeted: ''Had so much fun the past few days #lovingit xxx
''So funny x (sic)''17-07-2013
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