RYLAN Clark has admitted he was forced to erase parts of his tell-all book after a “legal threat”.
Rylan Clark appeared on The One Show to talk about his new book
Appearing on The One Show tonight, Rylan said: “It was really difficult writing what I had to write and revisiting a time that I never thought would be part of my life.
“That chapter was really difficult. There was a chapter I wrote that was the angry chapter, the chapter that had nothing in and the chapter that was enough but not enough as real as it could be.
“Then there’s the chapter that ended up in the book which is an amalgamation of all three.
“There will be stuff that you know [Alex Jones] that isn’t in the book but it’s my book and this is my responsibility and it’s on me.
“It was harder writing about it than actually living it which is quite strange.
“The book became a different book [after my marriage broke down].
“There were things I was going to put in the book that I didn’t from a legal point of view. Not that it was anything salacious or anything like that. I’d written something like ‘I’d received a text, which sais ‘x, y and z’.
“The legal team would say. ‘can you just show us that text so we can prove it?’
“I started scrolling back and then thought ‘I can’t do this’. I didn’t want to relive it. I got so ill last year. I don’t need to do that.
“People will say ‘well why are you talking about then?'”
He turned to the camera and joked: “Well, I’ve got a book to sell darling.”
He took five months off work last year after getting so ill he suffered heart failure twice.
Ten: The Decade That Changed My Life by Rylan is out now (Seven Dials)