SAM Faiers' mother Suzie Wells has taken a swipe at Ferne McCann after her recent voice note scandal.
The former Towie star was embroiled in controversy after The Sun exclusively revealed that Sam and Ferne were at war.
The former I'm A Celebrity campmate fell out with her childhood friend last moth after she was accused of speaking badly about her to friends in a voice note.
A recording thought to feature Ferne’s voice sent shockwaves through Essex and reignited a feud between the former pals.
The voice on the recording is heard saying that Sam is a "fat c***" whilst appearing to body shame the Towie star.
The damning recording – leaked last month – continues: “Her thighs are so big and I looked really skinny today.”
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Sam's mother Suzi Wells has since made a cryptic remark when asked how her family are doing.
The Mummy Diaries star told OK!: "I’ve got five, nearly six, grandkids and the girls are doing well and they’re amazing.."
She added: "But I think we’ve just got a lot going on at the moment."
This comes as Ferne, 32, was also accused of slamming Sam's sister, Mummy Diaries star Billie Shephard, 32,for naming her son Arthur.
The voice on the recording says: "It feels so weird saying 'Arthur', I can't believe it.
"It's like me having a little boy and calling him Greg. Anyway, whatever."
Billie's first son Arthur, 5, shares the same name with Ferne's acid attacker jailbird ex-boyfriend Arthur Collins.
The voice in the message is not confirmed to be Ferne.
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Arthur carried out a traumatising acid attack in an East London nightclub which left 14 people injured in April of 2017.
The thug, who Ferne shares daughter Sunday with, was convicted of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent, and nine counts of actual bodily harm.
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