In the latest episode, Fred left Nella Rose feeling "disrespected" and "offended" with comments he made to her amid some heartbreaking losses in her family.
Nella has previously spoken about her father passing away in 2020, while she also sadly lost her mother when she was aged 19.
In a disagreement with Fred, Nella claimed the First Dates star was aware of her family tragedy so a comment he made to her in camp left her upset. Explaining what had happened, Nella told the Bush Telegraph: "Last night after dinner Fred made a comment about him basically how he could be my dad.
"I took offence to that because one of the first conversations we had together was me opening up about the fact that my dad’s passed away. I didn’t say anything about it last night because I was kind of just annoyed about it.
"So I slept on it and I kind of thought about it and I was just like, this is not the kind of person I want to be around." As Fred kept calling to Nella that morning, she ignored him before telling him why she was upset.
Eventually, she told him: "Can you leave me alone?" Fred answered: "OK." He went on to ask: "What have I done to you?" Nella explained: "You know that my mum’s dead, and you know that my dad’s dead.
"You know that, right? I’ve come to find out that every time I wanna get creative around the fire, or I want to have something my way, my own food that I am entitled to, my way, you tend to get an attitude, right? So yesterday, when I wanted to burn fat that you were going to throw away anyways, it’s not even something that we needed to survive in camp, you turned around to me, with an attitude and said, ‘You know I could be your dad, right?’.
"To me, I don’t care how you said it to me, it’s disrespectful and I don’t want to talk to you. I don’t want to be around you. I only allow people to disrespect me once. You hurt my feelings.
"I was very upset… you keep trying to speak to me when I don’t want to speak to you. I would rather stay away from you, I don’t want to eat your food, I don’t want to talk to you. We can just live, you live on that side, I live on this side." She called him a "weirdo" for "bringing up her dead dad".
Fred was stunned and replied: "I am so sorry. Can I just say? First of all, I am sorry I’ve offended you. I am unaware that you felt offended. I am unaware that what I said would lead to this conversation, I only said that in a way because I am older than you, I am 51 and you’re 26."
Nella said back: "I’m not stupid, you’re not going to little girl me, you’re not." Fred told her: "Nella, it wasn’t like that at all," swearing on his family's life. He added: "Either I made a mistake and I said something and I offended you, I’m really sorry. I’m really sorry you feel like this."
Nella went on: "I accept your apology, but in order for us to live in this camp together, I don’t want to eat no food that you’re cooking, don’t talk to me, you stay over there, I stay over here and we can live. I’m good. Yeah. You stay over there. Look at your face, you’re smiling. You don't even give a f**k."
Fred went on to ask: "You could have said straight away, ‘Excuse me Fred this is upsetting me.’" Nella said to him: "Can you not clock on the vibe?" Fred replied: "No, because you’ve been sleeping quite a lot so I thought you were tired.
"If I made a faux pas, unwillingly, unconsciously, I am very sorry. But this was all it was. That’s all it was. If you want to take it to the nth degree and not speak to me anymore, it’s your choice." Nella added: "You only get one chance to disrespect me. I accept your apology but let’s not be friends. How about that?"
Nella lost her father in May 2020, announcing the heartbreaking news to her Instagram followers at the time in an emotional tribute which read: "Rest in Peace Daddy. watching you suffer for the past month has been the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my life but at least you’re not in pain anymore."
Nella also vowed to make her late father "the proudest dad ever in the years to come because I know you’re still by [my] side every step of the way." Nella also sadly lost her mother aged 19 in 2016, the same year she launched her YouTube channel.
"She literally died in my arms...It's the worst thing that's ever happened to me in my life. I'm still not over it, I'm pretty sure I'll never get over it. I do not see myself healing from it any time soon," she said in the video. "I will not cry on camera. I will not be that YouTuber who cries on camera."