Tessa Bergmeier: Jungle camp was "torment" for her

After Markus Mörl (63) and Verena Kerth (41), another celebrity had to leave the RTL jungle camp (also on RTL) on Sunday: Tessa Bergmeier (33).

Tessa Bergmeier: Jungle camp was "torment" for her

After Markus Mörl (63) and Verena Kerth (41), another celebrity had to leave the RTL jungle camp (also on RTL) on Sunday: Tessa Bergmeier (33). In an interview with the news agency spot on news, the model talks about the biggest challenges in the camp and explains why there were always arguments.

Tessa Bergmeier: Not at all. When you're hungry all day, you're lucky to be out and able to eat whatever you want. I don't look back wistfully or feel sad. It was wonderful to be a part of this little family. But it's also nice that it's over now because it was agony for me because of the conditions, the rules and the lack of food.

Bergmeier: I don't think it makes sense to think about it. I'm very glad and thankful they didn't call for me.

Bergmeier: Hunger and boredom. But also the arguments with the other candidates. We often didn't listen to each other, which I thought was a pity because it meant we couldn't come to any common ground. But I thought it was really nice that grass quickly grew over it and we hugged each other again.

Bergmeier: The arguments usually broke out in the evenings, when hunger had gotten the upper hand and everyone was a bit grumpy. And Cecilia always felt like attacking me. As a seasoned woman, I have no problem with that. As far as that is concerned, I have no need for recognition. But if you attack me, I will defend myself. I can say that I have remained myself at all times.

Bergmeier: I haven't seen the show yet, but I don't think so. We are all human. We sometimes say things we don't mean or don't think about before we say something. That's why I don't blame anyone and don't have to clarify anything with anyone. Instead, I look forward to hugging each individual as he or she comes out. We've been through a lot together. It was a blatant time and I think we grew together very well - despite the arguments.

Bergmeier: In the jungle you will find the greatest audience to draw attention to such topics. I do that primarily because it just gushes out of me. But also because such issues need to be destigmatized. To make people with mental illness visible. The headwind and the insults I felt in the jungle are exactly the problem. That's why I think it's important to draw attention to it. It's nothing to be ashamed of!

Bergmeier: I didn't quite imagine it that way. Everything looks so small on TV, but it's huge and beautiful with all the sounds and animals. I loved sleeping in the forest. But when you are plagued by hunger, you often forget what a beautiful place you are in.

Bergmeier: I would begrudge it to Jolina because she has a great message, is loyal and tolerant. And dads too, because he does so much and because he is an incredibly great personality. And Cosimo, because he went through such a change.

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