KERRY Katona wants Real Housewives of Jersey's Tessa Hartmann arrested for taking a swipe at her Only Fans work.
The singer, 40, got into a furious row with RHOJ's Tessa on Good Morning Britain today over padded bikini tops for young girls.
Fashion expert Tessa defended the move – and made personal digs at Kerry as the row got more heated.
The 40-year-old star was horrified by the "sexualised" swimwear, which is marketed at children as young as nine.
As their argument got more explosive Tessa accused Kerry of exploiting her children, including daughters Molly and Lilly-Sue McFadden who takes photos of her mum for her Only Fans account.
After appearing on GMB, Kerry took to her Instagram alongside her 18-year-old daughter with ex Brian McFadden who praised her mum who "spoke very well".
"You made a very good point," the teen said to her mum in the Instagram video before adding, "it was sad to see a grown woman in a debate couldn't make a valid point".
Kerry agreed with her daughter and accused Tessa – whom she'd "never heard of" – of resorting to a "personal attack".
"To compare a 40-year-old lady on an over-18s site to a nine-year-old child wearing padded bras, is absolutely disgusting," Kerry declared.
"She should be bleeding arrested."
Kerry also defended Lilly-Sue taking her pics for the adults only subscription site as she was 18 and older daughter Molly was 20.
To that point, Lilly-Sue shouted off camera: "We came out of her vagina, we've b***dy seen it all."
Kerry also captioned the Instagram video: "Shocking! @gmb. What a great debate but found it very sad that the other woman (sorry don’t know her name) had to try and have a personal dig at me!"
"We were on to talk about 9 year old girls wearing padded bikinis! Which I think is wrong! And not too sure why she brought in my OnlyFans but thanks for the publicity!"
Kerry added: "She says that girls are already sexualise anyway….. so why on earth would you want to add to that because it’s wrong on so many levels what’s next paddy trunks for nine-year-old boys!! 🤦♀️"
Not one to back down, Tessa also took to her Instagram to defend her line of padded bikinis for kids.
Posing alongside some of the products, arguing the padding helped girls entering puberty and their inecurities.
She wrote: "Interesting debate on @gmb this morning! Despite it being 3 against 1 I absolutely stand my ground."
"A classic trick of many high street retailers, allowing us to have a designer look at an affordable price.
"This foam finish is to protect girls insecurities, it’s to make them feel less self conscious."
Tessa added: "But alas let’s take aim at one of the few high street retailers who are struggling to keep their head above water in these challenging economic times and target their range as sexualising young girls ?? Really?"
"Plus if I’m going to be lectured on the ‘sexualisation’ of a bikini, I would rather it not be from a lady who sells naked images for monetary gain."
During the heated segment earlier this morning Kerry said she was "really gobsmacked" by the swimwear, going on: "It's so wrong, children need to be children."
But Tessa argued the bikini top does "protect the modesty" of young girls – and would stop them from being self-conscious.
Insisting that she'd never put her young daughter in a padded bikini around strangers at a swimming pool, she continued: "That is almost like dangling a carrot in front of a paedophile."
Tessa hit back: "But it's okay for your teenage daughters to take the photos of you naked to put on a social media site? But you won't let them wear a bikini that covers your modesty?"
Confused Kerry was furious, correcting: "My children do not take pictures of me naked, you've got it completely wrong!
"My children take pictures of me in a bikini or in my underwear, I'm 40 years old. That is an over-18 site, why would a nine-year-old child be Googling topless pictures in the first place?
"What I do for an over-18 site is completely different to giving a nine-year-old child padded breasts."
Host Richard Madeley then interrupted the clash to "get order" back to the debate about the bikini.
Tessa was ultimately outnumbered on her view, with Richard insisting that he found the padded children's clothes "weird" – echoing Susanna and Kerry's view.
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