TOWIE EXCLUSIVE: 'She was oinking at me and said I looked like a goat': Courtney Green breaks her silence on THAT row with 'trashy' Olivia Attwood

TOWIE star Courtney Green has broken her silence on her furious row with Olivia Attwood, claiming her co-star 'oinked' at her, said she 'looked like a pygmy goat' and mocked her 's**t headband'.

The reality TV personality, 24, and the former Love Island star, 28, locked horns in a drunken argument this week, which resulted in Olivia attempting to throw a plate of olives at Courtney as the pair traded insults. 

Speaking exclusively to MailOnline about the explosive incident, Courtney revealed Olivia was 'dragged away' by producers after the row, and labelled her 'threatening, un-classy and a b****h'.

Speaking out: TOWIE star Courtney Green (pictured) has broken her silence on her furious row with Olivia Attwood, claiming her co-star 'oinked' at her, said she 'looked like a pygmy goat' and mocked her 's**t headband'

Speaking out: TOWIE star Courtney Green (pictured) has broken her silence on her furious row with Olivia Attwood, claiming her co-star 'oinked' at her, said she 'looked like a pygmy goat' and mocked her 's**t headband'

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She told MailOnline: 'It started on the plane. From the moment she saw us she was looking for an argument. She doesn't have a reason not to like me. She doesn't like me because she thinks I don't like her.'

Talking about Olivia allegedly calling her a 'pig', something the Love Island star denies, Courtney continued: 'She started oinking at us and she called me a pig. She literally oinked whatever she says she oinked. Then she called me a pigmy goat.

'She told me I looked s**t in my headband saying I was like Anne Boleyn. I didn't want her to think I was weak so I felt I had to retaliate and I said she was acting trashy.

'The next minute she launched for me. If the boys didn't slap her hand down she would have thrown a dish of olives at me.

Drama: The reality TV personality, 24, and the former Love Island star, 28, locked horns in a drunken argument this week, which resulted in Olivia (pictured) attempting to throw a plate of olives at Courtney as the pair traded insults

Drama: The reality TV personality, 24, and the former Love Island star, 28, locked horns in a drunken argument this week, which resulted in Olivia (pictured) attempting to throw a plate of olives at Courtney as the pair traded insults 

'Her eyes went massive she grabbed the olives and Gatsby had to smash them out of her hand otherwise she would have launched them at me. She meant to do it.

'She then got dragged away while she threatened to drag me and Chloe by our hair to Puerto Banus.'

Courtney insisted that she stands by calling Olivia 'trashy', who she also accused of creating this drama for a storyline, and would rather be branded 'dull as dishwasher' and 'classy'.

She said: 'Threatening behaviour isn't OK. You can be a b***h or have an opinion about someone but threatening is unacceptable. Olivia has been all three. I don't start fights but I will defend myself.

'Now apparently I am dull as dishwater. I would rather be dull as dishwater and be classy. I stand my comments calling her trashy. Her behaviour was trashy. If a girl tries to fight another girl that is trashy behaviour.

Chaos: Speaking exclusively to MailOnline about the explosive incident, Courtney revealed Olivia was 'dragged away' by producers after the row, and labelled her 'threatening, un-classy and a b****h'

Chaos: Speaking exclusively to MailOnline about the explosive incident, Courtney revealed Olivia was 'dragged away' by producers after the row, and labelled her 'threatening, un-classy and a b****h'

'I don't think I have ever seen a girl go for a girl on TOWIE. It was un-classy and trashy.'

Courtney added that Olivia has received an 'official warning' and dismissed claims that she has been told off by bosses for liking tweets branding the Love Island star a 'bully'.

She claimed: 'She got a b******ing for it. She got an official warning.'

And on whether she had received a warning, she hit back with: 'Are you being serious? Are you winding us up? She is only saying that to try and play it down what she has done!'

With her best friend, Chloe Meadows, insisting: 'We have not had a warning at all. I've never had a warning in four years. That's a joke.'

Claims: Talking about Olivia (pictured) allegedly calling her a 'pig', Courtney continued: 'She started oinking at us and she called me a pig. She literally oinked whatever she says she oinked. Then she called me a pigmy goat.'

Claims: Talking about Olivia (pictured) allegedly calling her a 'pig', Courtney continued: 'She started oinking at us and she called me a pig. She literally oinked whatever she says she oinked. Then she called me a pigmy goat.'

Yet Courtney revealed that they did meet with producers so they could check they were OK after the confrontation.

She said: 'We have had a meeting. It isn't us complaining but they are just making sure we are OK. 

'I didn't want to go out last night as I thought Olivia was going to shout in my ear but then I thought it is just Olivia and Joey who hate me. Everyone else is lovely to us.' 

Yet despite their disagreement and Twitter activity, Courtney insisted that Olivia isn't a bully, she said: 'I don't think Olivia is a bully at all. I do think she has been threatening though and she has been aggressive to us.'

While her BFF Chloe added that she has no idea where Olivia's problem has come from, she said: 'I have no idea. We were all on the same management. We have gone out for Christmas dinner before. 

Mean: 'She told me I looked s**t in my headband saying I was like Anne Boleyn. I didn't want her to think I was weak so I felt I had to retaliate and I said she was acting trashy,' she continued

Mean: 'She told me I looked s**t in my headband saying I was like Anne Boleyn. I didn't want her to think I was weak so I felt I had to retaliate and I said she was acting trashy,' she continued 

'We have always got on with her before. I don't understand where this has come from.' 

Since the explosive argument, Olivia has defended her 'opinionated' persona, hit back at claims she is a 'bully' and insisted that she called Courtney a goat not a pig.     

The former Love Island star admitted to MailOnline that she doesn't regret calling the former PA a goat 'because she has little legs', but feels 'annoyed' about failing to control her temper during the furious argument.

Olivia - who is currently filming TOWIE with her co-stars in Spain - shed light on the reason behind her bitter relationship with the brunette: 'There's a been a lot of drama between me and Courtney and Chloe [Meadows] since I've joined. 

'I just feel like they don't like me at all. There was some 'agg' after Sunday night's episode after Pete [Wicks] and I were branded bullies. 

Uh oh: Courtney added that Olivia has received an 'official warning' and dismissed claims that she has been told off by bosses for liking tweets branding the Love Island star a 'bully' (pictured during an argument with Chloe Meadows)

Uh oh: Courtney added that Olivia has received an 'official warning' and dismissed claims that she has been told off by bosses for liking tweets branding the Love Island star a 'bully' (pictured during an argument with Chloe Meadows) 

BFFs: Courtney's BFF Chloe Meadows (left) added that she has no idea where Olivia's problem has come from, she said: 'I have no idea. We were all on the same management. We have gone out for Christmas dinner before.'

BFFs: Courtney's BFF Chloe Meadows (left) added that she has no idea where Olivia's problem has come from, she said: 'I have no idea. We were all on the same management. We have gone out for Christmas dinner before.'

'Bully for me is such a big word. It is such a sensitive conversation. I noticed they were retweeting and liking comments on social media that I was a bully and that really annoyed me. 

'I am a lot of things but I am not a bully. It is not bullying to have an opinion, they are too different things.'

Onlookers revealed to MailOnline that the former grid girl had been drinking all day with the dramatic scenario beginning with a producers meeting, where she was spotted getting cosy with close pal Pete, 30. 

After Courtney called the blonde 'trashy', the Surrey native admitted she threw olives over to her direction but didn't intend on attacking her co-star - insisting the fruit would have 'hit her straight in the forehead' due to Olivia's 'good aim'.

She added: 'Courtney called me trash and I'm not having anyone talk to me like that. I was really offended. 

Hitting back: Since the explosive argument, Olivia has defended her 'opinionated' persona, hit back at claims she is a 'bully' and insisted that she called Courtney a goat not a pig

Hitting back: Since the explosive argument, Olivia has defended her 'opinionated' persona, hit back at claims she is a 'bully' and insisted that she called Courtney a goat not a pig

'The next thing I know I've thrown some olives over but I didn't throw them at her because if I had meant to they would have hit her straight in the forehead because I'm a good aim. That wasn't my intention. 

'I don't know who wouldn't react to being called trashy. It is a horrible insult. How dare she? I don't know what she has done with her life to call me trashy. 

'Yes I am a bit rough around the edges but I would prefer to be rough around the edges than dull as dish waster like Courtney.'

Olivia also hit back at claims she called Courtney 'a pig', and instead branded her a 'goat'.  

'I did not call her a pig. I did call her a goat because she has little legs. I would not call her a pig', she explained.

Candid: The former Love Island star admitted to MailOnline that she doesn't regret calling the former PA a goat 'because she has little legs', but feels 'annoyed' about failing to control her temper during the furious argument

Candid: The former Love Island star admitted to MailOnline that she doesn't regret calling the former PA a goat 'because she has little legs', but feels 'annoyed' about failing to control her temper during the furious argument 

TOWIE EXCLUSIVE: Courtney Green breaks her silence on THAT row with 'trashy' Olivia Attwood  

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