Paul Hollywood’s ex Summer Monteys-Fullam wears skimpy dress as she makes red carpet debut
PAUL Hollywood’s ex Summer Monteys-Fullam wore a skimpy pale blue dress as she made her red carpet debut on Wednesday night.
The 24-year-old stepped out in London to attend the press night of musical Heartbeat of Home wearing the pastel coloured mini dress which clung to her curves.
Posing confidently for the cameras, Summer was then seen enjoying a glass of fizz inside the theatre before taking in the show.
Summer – who split from the 54-year-old Great British Bake Off presenter in August – also took to Instagram to strike a series of fun poses in the mirror with one of her friends.
Her outing comes just a day after she hit back at accusations that she is trying to make money from ex-Paul's name and attempting to "tarnish" his career.
She also rubbished claims she is going to sue the Bake Off judge after he said on social media that she was "making money and selling stories and continuously courting paps".
The former barmaid claims she has "never sold a story" about their personal lives since their split in July and is only trying to make deals "as any young woman would".
She said in a statement to the Daily Mail: "Due to recent stories that have been printed about me I feel I need to personally clarify and rectify recent press speculation.
"I have never sold a story on my personal life for financial gain or otherwise.
"I have never wanted to attend court to seek financial gain from Paul Hollywood or anyone else for that matter."
She even reportedly turned down a £125,000 fee for I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, with claims suggesting she was looking for closer to £400,000.
However, Summer later denied claims she was approached by ITV on her Instagram story.
Last week Summer confirmed a deal with talent agency Broad International, posting the details on her Instagram bio in a bid to launch her TV career.
According to The Mail On Sunday, Summer plans to wants to make a fly-on-the-wall documentary focused on her love of horses.
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