Speaking to DS along with co-stars Sophie Kasaei and Daniel Thomas-Tuck, Hagan explained that she was not happy with how Tindale handled her jealousy of his new girlfriend.
Hagan also incurred the wrath of Rita Ora last year, being branded a "red head dum z listin, attention seekin wh*re (sic)" by the 'RIP' singer after the former tweeted rumours about the latter cheating on Rob Kardashian.
"She's calling me a wh*re... takes one to know one," Hagan stated. "I didn't bite back when she said that and I wouldn't expect any of [my co-stars] to, I don't need backup in arguments.
"I don't realise the effect that Twitter can have. We see ourselves as normal people."
The Geordie Shore crew also addressed ongoing speculation about Cheryl Cole cameoing in the show, declaring that such a move would "never, ever happen" as "she's got that squeaky clean image that we haven't".
Geordie Shore's fifth series, which sees the gang take stag and hen parties on a European tour, premieres tonight (February 19) at 10pm on MTV.