Jonathan Ross: 'Jodie Marsh Is Bullying Me!'
Wossy objects to being harassed to let former pin-up on his chat show...
The one-time glamour model had asked her Twitter followers to bombard Wossy with tweets telling him to interview her on his ITV show in advance of her own Channel 5 show on bullying.
But her plan backfired when - according to The Sun - he tweeted: "Getting your followers to hound me is exactly the right way to ensure you never get asked on."
And although he later deleted that stroppy response, he did replace it with: "Very strange experience getting bullied by people wanting me to help stop bullying."
And Jodie, who is appearing in Jodie Marsh: Can We Beat The Bullies? on Channel 5 claimed that she was not surprised by the rejection.
She told fans: "Didn't I say high-profile people don't want to help?
"Sad, sad times! I wonder how he'd feel if one of his kids was being bullied? No, really it's ok. Just get another 'star' on to talk about drugs and their new film.
"Don't worry about saving lives."
And she later said that she was prepared to be a martyr to her own cause.
"I was just trying to get awareness for my TV show, which will help millions. If I have to suffer the embarrassment of being publicly shunned then so be it.
"I want to help people."
Earlier this year Wossy claimed Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw crashed his Halloween party.