Chloe Sims Opens Up About Her Suicidal Thoughts In Autobiography


She is one of the bubbliest people in The Only Way Is Essex, but excerpts from her new autobiogaphy reveal Chloe Sims has struggled with suicidal thoughts in the past.

Speaking openly her book, 'The Only Way Is Up', the 31-year-old reality star explained how she once felt so low she grabbed a kitchen knife and threatened to kill herself.

The suicide torment came after a heated argument with a former boyfriend at four in the morning.

Recalling the events, Chloe writes in her book: "I couldn't bear him leaving me on my own, so I ran into the kitchen and grabbed a knife.

"I stood there with it held to my wrists and screamed 'I'll do it.' I was standing there pleading with him not to go. I was crying and saying 'You are the love of my life.' He was my world."

But luckily, the thought of her daughter Mady brought Chloe back to earth and made her change her mind.

"I dropped the knife," she said. "It hit me what I was thinking about doing and all I could think about was my daughter."

But despite her putting down the knife, she still felt low.

She added: "I don't think I ever felt so upset and alone.

"I was left sitting on the floor and sobbing and must have stayed like that until the next day when my friend Ellie came home and found me in a right state."

Luckily, the TOWIE star is now doing much better and has overcome her down days.

Chloe has opened up in her autobiography, which is now in stores. She also shares other struggles in her life, such as the time she ended up in hospital after getting an abortion at 19.

She also revealed how she was bullied as a child, and it got so bad that one bully once tried to set her hair on fire.

But there are also some good memories listed in her book!

Will you be reading Chloe's autobiography?

PHOTOS:TOWIE's Gemma Collins and Chloe Sims look worse for wear after Essex night out.

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