Emily Atack has revealed that she was once in a three-way romance with a married couple.
The 30-year-old actor and comedian explained how it all started after she got chatting to a man in the pub.
According to The Sun, he told her he was married and his wife wanted to meet her before they got down to it.
She explained: "After a bit of flirting and texting, he announces that he's married but it's OK because he and his wife have an open relationship and she wants to meet me.
"Now to some people that would be a red flag but I'm like a bull - red flags drive me wild. It was all fun... for a bit until they both started falling in love with me."
Emily added: "I sat them down and said, 'Guys, you have some issues you need to work out and s****ing me is not the answer. I think you just need to talk to each other'.
"You think breaking up with one person is awkward, try breaking up with two."
That's not all the Inbetweeners star has revealed recently. She also explained that she's been called by her on screen name (Charlotte Hinchcliffe) on dates before and even once during sex.
Speaking to The Mirror, Emily said: "I've been called Charlotte by three different dates. I've always forgiven it because they genuinely haven't meant to do it, and I can see the absolute look of horror on their faces when they realise.
"I've laughed it off, although once I was sleeping with someone when they said it and it was like, 'oh for f***s sake' - I still carried on though." Fair play.
Since she was on The Inbetweeners, she's appeared on reality series' including Dancing On Ice and I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
She's also created her own stand-up tour and sketch show - appropriately named The Emily Atack Show.
In a press release, Emily said: "I am thrilled to be announcing this. I want to create and write a sketch show that gives snap shots into the weird and hilarious world of everyday life as a young (ish) person.
"I can guarantee whatever age you are you will relate in some way! It's a dream come true, since I was a child this is the kind of television I've wanted to make and be part of. I can't quite believe it."