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Fiona O’Loughlin slams Bindi Irwin and says the kids had never had visitors before dad Steve’s death

‘She is a freak. Let’s call a spade a spade’: Comedian Fiona O’Loughlin slams Bindi Irwin and the rest of her family in extraordinary rant

In 2010 comedian Fiona O’Loughlin called Bindi Irwin, 21, a ‘freak’, while appearing on the TV music quiz show Spicks and Specks.

And Fiona was it it again on The Little Dum Dum Club podcast on Friday – not only taking aim at Bindi, but at the rest of the Irwin family including mum Terri, 55, and son Robert, 15.

‘I said she [Bindi] was a freak. She is!’ said Fiona, 56.

Harsh words: Comedian Fiona O'Loughlin (pictured) again slammeed Bindi Irwin and her rest of her family on Friday... as she revealed that the kids had never had visitors to the house before their dad Steve's death

Harsh words: Comedian Fiona O’Loughlin (pictured) again slammeed Bindi Irwin and her rest of her family on Friday… as she revealed that the kids had never had visitors to the house before their dad Steve’s death

She continued: ‘Yeah I said she was a freak. I was talking about that family. You know, it’s weird. Let’s call a spade a spade. Steve Irwin had Asperger’s. You don’t run around the world talking like that without being bonkers. “Fun” bonkers, but bonkers.

‘[Mum and widow] Terri actually thinks she is in a cartoon, because of the outfits.’

Fiona, who won the fourth season of I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! last year, went on to say that the Irwin children had never had guests to their home before their dad Steve’s death. 

Under fire: In 2010 Fiona called Bindi, 21, a 'freak', while appearing on the TV music quiz show Spicks and Specks. Fiona was it it again on The Little Dum Dum Club podcast on Friday. 'I said she [Bindi] was a freak. She is!' said Fiona, 56. Pictured from left: Robert, Terri and Bindi Irwin

Under fire: In 2010 Fiona called Bindi, 21, a ‘freak’, while appearing on the TV music quiz show Spicks and Specks. Fiona was it it again on The Little Dum Dum Club podcast on Friday. ‘I said she [Bindi] was a freak. She is!’ said Fiona, 56. Pictured from left: Robert, Terri and Bindi Irwin

She said: ‘You know when somebody dies, people come to your front door with casseroles, right? Or well-wishes or whatever. 

‘And Terri said how freaked out the kids were because they’d never had company before. They’d never had anyone over to the house. Weird! So I stand by that statement [weird].’ 

Steve Irwin died after being attacked by stingray in September, 2006, aged 44.

Fiona (pictured) continued: 'Yeah I said she was a freak. I was talking about that family. You know, it's weird. Let's call a spade a spade'

Fiona (pictured) continued: ‘Yeah I said she was a freak. I was talking about that family. You know, it’s weird. Let’s call a spade a spade’

Revelations: Fiona, who won the fourth season of I'm a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! last year, went on to say that the Irwin children had never had guests to their home before their dad Steve's (pictured) death

Revelations: Fiona, who won the fourth season of I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! last year, went on to say that the Irwin children had never had guests to their home before their dad Steve’s (pictured) death 

Fiona came under fire in 2010 for insulting Bindi on the now defunct ABC quiz show Spicks and Specks. 

She was a panellist on the show with one of Bindi’s former ‘crocmen’ when she called the then-11-year-old girl ‘a bit creepy’ and a ‘freakshow’.

The comedian defended herself at the time, dismissing her comment as just a bit of light-hearted banter.

‘It was part of some banter on a comedy panel show. I’m a comedian and comedians make fun of people we know. I’ve said worse about myself,’ she said.

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to the Irwins for comment. 

She said: 'You know when somebody dies, people come to your front door with casseroles, right? Or well-wishes or whatever. And Terri said how freaked out the kids were because they'd never had company before. They'd never had anyone over to the house. Weird!'

She said: ‘You know when somebody dies, people come to your front door with casseroles, right? Or well-wishes or whatever. And Terri said how freaked out the kids were because they’d never had company before. They’d never had anyone over to the house. Weird!’

 

Daily Mail UK

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