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Speaking just hours after he was sent packing, Amir said: “I’ve never bullied Iain in any way, it’s the opposite, I would be the one to put my arm around him and tell him not to worry.
I would always walk with him and talk to him about life, I wanted to make him feel better.
"He made me eat turkey burgers and salads and explained to me that a high-protein, low-carb diet would keep me energized," she revealed.
For her, life in front of the cameras wasn't easy, especially when the media focused on her weight.
But I loved when I lost weight and felt good about my body. The billionaire talk show host/actress/mogul has been living her best life, as she would say, for decades. She admitted, "When I feel emotionally depleted or deprived, when I'm overwhelmed by life's pressures, food has always been my drug of choice — the way alcohol or gambling or shopping might be for someone else. "When I manage to nourish myself with the stuff that really matters, food tends to be much less complicated," she writes.
But as powerful as she is, she still has had issues with food. "These are the moments when I'm just genuinely hungry for a wonderful meal, a good sipping tequila, and a long talk with a few old friends." She told followed her weight loss journey through a gastric sleeve surgery and skin removal surgery along with a new diet and exercise plan.
“So to be cast as the bad guy has really hurt and upset me.
“I count Iain as a friend and I told him I would try to help out in any way I could, like signing boxing gloves for his sons and help him financially by giving him money if he ever needed it. “At one time, when he was lonely and sitting on his own, I was the only one who was checking if he was OK.