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02:29 | 12th December 2017

Entertainment News: News

Wed 2 Jun, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


'I've just seen your video. I've got to say I'm ashamed. Just to let you know, you've been disowned. I don't want you to be my son anymore. Being gay is your personal life, but being a transvestite is being sick

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Last nights Britain’s Got Talent Lady Gaga drag queen act Max Oliver has opened up to The Sun newspaper about how he was disowned by his father when he came out and has since received unwelcoming comments from him after his BGT fame.

Maxxie, who last night lost out on the chance to perform in Saturdays final, revealed that that in the last month his dad had got in touch with him for the first time since he was 14.

The Lady Gaga impersonator, 22, came out to his family at the tender age of 14, where his Dad was said to have walked out over the news of his son’s sexuality.

Speaking to The Sun, he explained: "I haven't been in touch with my dad for seven years and I got an email about three weeks ago.



"He said, 'I've just seen your video. I've got to say I'm ashamed. Just to let you know, you've been disowned. I don't want you to be my son anymore. Being gay is your personal life, but being a transvestite is being sick'.

"He thinks it's not normal that I'm gay and a transvestite. He said, 'Get in touch with me and I'll take you to see a specialist who will be able to help you'."

He also hasn’t spoken to his mother since she moved to France six years ago and told the paper the she is only likely to get in touch with him if money is involved.

Oliver hasn’t only been under fire from his own family but people of nation have also left homophobic comments and death threats under the young performers audition video placed on YouTube.

 

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