Towie's Yazmin and Lockie in explosive row as she accuses him of cheating while she slept and he calls her ‘obsessed’

TOWIE'S Yazmin and Lockie have been caught in an explosive row as she accused him of cheating as she slept – and he called her "obsessed".

The pair face off with each other in BBC Three's Eating With My Ex, which reunites former couples for a showdown.

James, 34, and Yazmin, 26 – who split this month after getting back together last year – throw accusations at each other in a new trailer.

Yazmin says: "Did you cheat while I was asleep?"

James then says she has a "borderline obsession" with him, to which she replies: "Don't flatter yourself!"

The trailer also shows Celebs Go Dating exes Demi Sims and Megan Barton-Hanson facing off.

Yazmin and James split last week after reportedly having a "huge row" while in Dubai for a "work trip".

James Lock told OK! from Dubai: “We’ve broken up. We tried to make it work and we really thought it was going to be different this time but things don’t always work out as you’d expect.

“I have a lot of love for Yaz and a huge amount of respect for her but we’re just better apart."

Yazmine added: "James and I have split up amicably. I love James but we're not good together.

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"It couldn't go on the way it was so I told James we should end things and he agreed."

However, things appear to have ended amicably, as James defended Yaz against the hate both received for flying to Dubai before travel restrictions were imposed.

Defending his ex, Lockie told The Sun: “I am pretty thick-skinned and don’t let it get to me but I feel sorry for Yaz. 

“Girls seem to get it so much worse than guys. Yaz has had so much abuse. It has got really nasty and personal.”

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