Jul 8 2013, 1:31am CDT | by Luigi Lugmayr
The 24-year-old hunk - who is dating reality TV star Lucy Mecklenburgh following a brief fling with Lindsay Lohan - brought the bevy of beauties back to the group's abode while they were filming reality show 'The Wanted Life' in the US, but one started watching his bandmates while they slept.
Speaking on a forthcoming episode of the programme, the 24-year-old star said: "Nareesha and I are sleeping and a girl is standing at the steps to my room staring at me - and all I can think is, 'I'm gonna die.' "
Nareesha added: "She could have stolen anything from the room. I've got shoes and handbags I can't replace."
Max initially insisted the group of girls weren't with him before admitting he was in the wrong and apologizing to Siva.
He said: "I've got like eight birds to myself, which is great, but they all started going a little doolally.
"I don't want anyone to not feel safe in the house and maybe I did cross a line this time. I think an apology is definitely in order.
"The main thing is, we're all safe, all here and I was a t**t."
However, the pair also clashed earlier in the episode when shoe designer Nareesha claimed she couldn't get any work done because Max was making too much noise partying.
She said: "I'm a shoe designer and I work hard. I usually work at night but Max is making such a racket downstairs that I can't.
"I hear girls screaming, people in the Jacuzzi, even people on the piano. They have no respect. It's a bit of a nightmare."
But Max hit back: "She doesn't have to live here. Should I stop cos we have a nocturnal shoe designer in the house? I don't think I should."
Siva added afterwards: "I feel disrespected - b*****d."
Source: Bang Showbiz
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