Michelle Vizage is said to have broken out of Blackpool just minutes after the curtain went down on her Strictly Come Dancing trip.
The American got up and left as soon as she knew her dream of Glisterbol was dead, the Sun reports.
They claim she is angry about not being included in the lucrative tour at the end of the series – and that star Drag Rice believes she is "pushed".
The story follows an online split with former strictly dancer James Jordan.
The source said: "Michelle felt as if she had been voted the last insult after receiving the feeling she was not as welcomed as the other stars.
"She was not included as part of the Strictly Come Dancing tour next year. It was a supply he took personally.
"She also had difficulty ovulating. She feels tired of being rejected by mainstream viewers (her dance to Vogue of Madonna). She hoped to make it to the finals. "
Miror Internet approached her comment team.
Michelle, 51, and dance partner Giovanni Perniche, 29, were in the bottom half against Safron Barker, 19, and A and Pritchard, 25, respectively.
She didn't go silent – and tweeted openly with James after leaving Blackpool behind.
Ames claims she only came up with the iconic Madonna hit Vogue to win the "LGBT vote".
She then called out the "false tears" before she answered.
She tweeted: "It's unfortunate. Gross, "after referring to his post – before saying to him," Also James, you should @ people when you talk about them! That's all. "
Then he claims she checked it out.
James said her choice was reciprocated, adding: "I'm not sorry … I'm not dancing, just posing. Obviously he needs the vote of the LGBTQIA community. "
She later responded: "The only way to change the world is to take risks. I am SO proud of this dance and go out on this one. "
Ames withdrew, saying: "I love the fact that it trampled on me @michellevisage for my honest posts on twitter and never "@" on any tweet I did not realize that I did not allow my own posting to my account.
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