I'm A Celebrity's Jack Maynard sorry for 'horrible' tweets

I'm A Celebrity's Jack Maynard sorry for 'horrible' tweets

I'm A Celebrity's Jack Maynard sorry for 'horrible' tweets

In the four minute video, Jack begins: "To be honest I just want to start off with that I'm sorry, I'm just really, really sorry".

Jack and Danielle have been seeing each for around seven months and were introduced by Jack's pop star older brother Conor, 25.

Ultimately, the continued controversy swirling around Maynard led to his exit from I'm A Celebrity, which is now in its 17th season on ITV. Very rude, but I don't know what he's like nowadays.

'I MESSED UP" Jack Maynard breaks silence: "I've said some disgusting things. He was just a bit of a d***head back then.

"I was just stupid".

Jack found fame on YouTube. "But I saw it as relatively harmless flirting given the small age gap".

"Don't ever put anything online that you wouldn't say to your mum". "You're an ugly freak", after she declined to share a photo of herself with him.

ICYMI, Ant and Dec confirmed during Tuesday's [21 November] show that the YouTuber had left, with an ITV spokesperson confirming, "Due to circumstances outside camp Jack has had to withdraw from the show".

Then came another blow in the form of "inappropriate" messages, sent when the YouTuber was 17 to a 14-year-old, where his representatives finally chose to remove him from the popular ITV show to allow him to have a say about the allegations made against him. He was also found to have mocked gay people and people with facial disfigurements.

Since returning from the jungle, he tweeted: "You all deserve answers as to what's been going on in the press recently, I have filmed a video to apologise for what I've said in the past and to thank you all for the incredible support".

The YouTube favourite - who turned 23 today - sat on a bed in a location in London, as he addressed his 1.2million subscribers. "He would never use that language now". No footage of him leaving camp and saying goodbye to his fellow campers aired, and there has been no references made to him in later footage.

Now it has been revealed that Jack was axed from the ITV reality show after messages that he had sent to a 14-year-old girl came to light. "Everyone was obviously disappointed with the turn of events, but it just wasn't right to keep Jack in the show".

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