CHLOE Brockett was banned from attending a Towie event to celebrate the new series launch.
The 22-year-old is missing from two episodes after being suspended for throwing three glasses at co-star Roman Hackett during a furious bust up.
As further punishment, Chloe was removed from the guest list of a private party with ITV execs.
Meanwhile her co-stars gathered for an intimate dinner party and boozy night out at The Ivy in Soho to mark the launch of series 32.
Amber Turner, Dani Imbert and Courtney Green were also absent from the event, having jetted off for a summer break when filming ended.
But despite Chloe not being there, she still managed to be the topic of conversation with the cast.
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One star said: "After what Chloe did, everyone's relieved she's not here to stir up trouble.
"She went too far this time and everyone's had enough.
"The question is, what will get her kicked off the show for good?"
Chloe joined Towie at 18 years old back in 2019.
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Since then she's been at the centre of some of the most dramatic storylines on the show.
Chloe threw an ice bucket at her co-star Ella Rae Wise during a furious row – only to miss and hit another woman in the face.
Eyewitnesses said Chloe launched the Grey Goose cooler at Ella but it missed and hit the bystander.
A shocking video showed the bleeding woman being held back by other guests including ex-pal Roman.
A year later, the tables were turned when it was Roman who was on the receiving end of Chloe's rage.
The Sun revealed she threw three glasses at him after he ended their romance to focus on wooing co-star Dani.
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