Nadia Sawalha has weighed in on the ongoing row between Michael Pattemore and the children of his late wife, Lynda Bellingham, branding some of his past comments “disgusting”. Lynda’s two sons, Michael and Robbie Peluso, are currently locked in a battle with their step-father over their mother’s will, and claim he has lied about what they have received since her death. Michael spoke to Janet and Nadia (Photo: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock) On Tuesday (25 July), Michael Peluso appeared on ‘Loose Women’ to discuss the dispute, which is when Nadia brought up the fact his step-father previously claimed he had sex with Lynda’s ghost. Addressing the comments, Nadia said: “Some of the things he said, quite frankly, I have found disgusting. “He said that your mother’s ghost visited him and they had sexual relations. “When I read that I did think of you and Robbie [brother] and I was trying to imagine how you felt.” Lynda and Michael in April 2014 (Photo: Stuart C. Wilson via Getty Images) After labelling the remarks “disgusting” and “vile”, Michael said: “That was the last straw, when he came out and said [that]. We realised this isn’t going to stop, we have to speak up. “If he had behaved like this when she was around, she wouldn’t have trusted him, she wouldn’t have left him everything.” Michael also disputed Pattemore’s recent claim that he is still in contact with many of his and Lynda’s friends. He told Nadia and Janet Street-Porter: “ He mentioned that all their real friends are behind them - I hardly ever saw any friends come around the house that she had met from him. “People who knew my mum are horrified by the lies and vile behaviour of this man, quite frankly.” Michael and his brother Robert with Lynda, Michael Pattemore and their step-brother, Bradley (Photo: JOHN STILLWELL via Getty Images) The family feud began almost three years ago, though Lynda’s sons waited until a year after her death before they went public with their version of events. Michael’s comments about Lynda’s ghost came in January 2016, when he told Spirit And Destiny Magazine: “ As her body snuggled into mine, I breathed in the familiar scent of the woman I’d been lucky enough to spend 10 wonderful years with. “‘Make love to me,’ Lynda whispered, her face nuzzling into mine. Kissing her, I gazed down into those beautiful brown eyes. Story continues “‘I love you,’ she smiled, and I closed my eyes, luxuriating in the warmth of her low, husky voice. Of course, Lynda was no longer here – she had passed away. “How could I have made love to my wife when she was no longer here? But I did, I was certain of it. I felt her, saw her and heard her.” Love HuffPost? Become a founding member of HuffPost Plus today. Jane McDonald In what was quite an unexpected move, former cruise ship singer Jane took over as Grizabella in a UK touring production of 'Cats'. The role was previously held by Pussycat Dolls singer, Nicole Scherzinger. In 2017, she returned to TV with her own Channel 5 series called 'Cruising With Jane McDonald'. She continues to tour the country as a singer, playing numerous concert halls and holiday villages. Carol McGiffin Having been on the panel for 10 years before quitting in 2013, she was one of the longest-serving 'Loose Women' of all time. After revealing that she was recovering from breast cancer on 2015, Carol has made several appearances on UK television, most notably on 'Big Brother's Bit On The Side'. She has also admitted she wouldn't mind returning to the show - but only if they got rid of some of the current line-up first. Ouch Denise Welch Since leaving the world of presenting behind when she walked out of 'Loose Women' in 2013, Denise has returned to her first love of acting, starring in a theatre production of 'Steel Magnolias', as well as two series of BBC Two sitcom, 'Boy Meets Girl'. She also had a two-episode stint as Kyle Slater's mum Alison in 'EastEnders' in 2016. Lisa Maxwell Lisa quit 'Loose Women' shortly after Carol McGiffin and Denise Welch, claiming it was "not the same show" as when she first joined. She had a brief story arc in 'EastEnders' as the lover of David Wicks in 2013, and has since joined the cast of 'Hollyoaks' as Grace Black's mother, Tracey. In 2016, she also played Judy Garland in the UK tour of 'End of the Rainbow'. Lesley Garrett Opera singer Lesley released her 16th album, 'Centre Stage' in 2015, which saw her covering a host of songs from musical theatre. Sadly, where was not a duet of 'I Know Him So Well' with Jane McDonald. Beverley Callard During her break from 'Coronation Street' days, 'Loose Women' viewers might remember seeing Beverley on the panel for a time, during which she also married her husband, Jon McEwan. Now, of course, Beverley is back where she belongs, behind the bar of the Rover's Return, as Liz McDonald. Carol Vorderman It's safe to say Carol Vorderman isn't exactly sitting round with her feet up since departing from 'Loose Women' in 2014. In fact, Vorders is away from our screens an increasing amount at the moment, while she prepares to fly solo around the world with her plane, Mildred, after acquiring her pilot's license. Although, fans were delighted and shocked in equal measure when Carol signed up for 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!' in 2016, eventually finishing eighth. Kate Thornton Kate told The Sun that she had enrolled in a counselling course after being fired from 'Loose Women' in 2011, due to the fact her TV career had "hit the curb". That said, she has hosted the 'Strictly Come Dancing' live tour, and even had her own show on BBC Radio 2, titled 'Paper Cuts'. The former 'X Factor' host took a rather unexpected move in 2016, when she launched cashback site TBSeen, with the help of pals including Myleene Klass, Amanda Byram, Denise Van Outen, Lisa Faulkner and Tamzin Outhwaite, Sally Lindsay Like Denise, former 'Corrie' actress Sally has returned to acting since leaving 'Loose Women'. She has a leading part in the Sky series, 'Mount Pleasant', and took on a meatier role in the BBC drama, 'Ordinary Lies' in 2015, opposite Jason Manford, Jo Joyner and Michelle Keegan. Cilla Black After a career in the entertainment industry spanning six decades, Cilla sadly died in August 2015, after suffering a fall while on holiday at her home in Spain. The week of her funeral, her greatest hits collection 'The Very Best Of Cilla Black' topped the UK album chart. Sarah Milican In her post-'Loose' career, Sarah has gone on to become one of the UK's leading and most loved stand-up comedians, even landing her own comedy series, 'The Sarah Millican Television Programme'. In 2015, she married her fellow stand-up, Gary Delaney. Myleene Klass She may no longer be living the 'Loose' life, but just try and keep Myleene away from telly. In 2015 alone she's appeared on Dictionary Corner on 'Countdown' and hosted 'BBQ Champ', and filmed a new documentary, 'Singing In The Rainforest', which saw her making music with indigenous tribespeople. Myleene continues to work as a designer for Littlewoods, releasing her own line of lingerie. Lynda Bellingham The great Lynda Bellingham sadly died in 2014, after a battle with colon cancer, but spent her last months trying to raise awareness of the disease, including one memorable final appearance on 'Loose Women', which had all of us in floods of tears. Jackie Brambles Since leaving 'Loose Women' in 2009, Jackie has moved behind the cameras, launching her own digital media business called Broadstance Digital Media Production. Trish Adudu Not one of the first women who springs to mind when we think of 'Loose Women', but Trish was one of the show's original panellists, before leaving the show in 2002. She occasionally presents regional news, and has hosted segments on 'Inside Out' and 'The One Show'. Trish also teaches media studies to teenagers at a school in Coventry. Karren Brady Yep, let it never be forgotten that the 'Apprentice' assistant and Conservative party life peer, Baroness Brady, was also once a 'Loose Women' presenter. 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