I'm A Celeb's Ian Wright lashes out at Andrew Maxwell AGAIN after fans accused him of 'bullying'
I'M A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!'s Ian Wright lashed out at Andrew Maxwell AGAIN – after fans accused him of bullying.
The 56-year-old star is facing Ofcom complaints as they accused him of purposefully targeting the Irish comic following yesterday's episode of the ITV show.
And the pair came to blows yet again in this evening's instalment – with Andrew even suggesting that Ian wouldn't treat the other campmates the way that he treats him.
The spat kicked off as the campers enjoyed lunch, with tensions initially rising when Ian – who is one of the designated camp cooks – asked Jacqueline Jossa to taste the dish.
The contestants have been banned from taking on anybody else's roles, and with Jacqueline on washing-up duty, Kate Garraway and Andrew suggested they should be cautious and not have any other campers deal with the food.
Ian ended up arguing with Andrew as they bickered over what the right thing to do was.
Addressing the bubbling drama, Kate told the Bush Telegraph: "We’ve been in here a while now and we’re living in close quarters and everyone has very different personalities and people deal with what they’re going through in very different ways and we’ve had a few flare ups."
As the group enjoyed their food, Andrew helped himself to a second serving – causing things to really kick off as Jacqueline told him not to break the rules and he isn't allowed to serve himself.
Andrew immediately agreed, later telling the Bush Telegraph: "I'm a grown man, I don't see how I can remedy it, hopefully it'll blow over."
Meanwhile, Ian insisted that he had "nothing against" the comic but did agree they had "clashed".
Later, James Haskell checked in on Andrew to see if he was okay after the awkward argument.
Admitting he felt singled out, Andrew told Ian: "It’s just so many more days to go, I’m trying to give him as much space as possible.
"In hindsight I shouldn’t have criticised him for the bean thing but the thing is, would he have flipped at you like that?"
James replied: "You’re an important part of the group, Ian’s temperament shouldn’t dictate that you don’t engage."
He then pointed out that "everybody else" isn't clashing with Ian, addressing once again that it only appeared to be him.
Yesterday, viewers were horrified when Ian slammed Andrew for going for a nap after completing a Bushtucker Trial, wanting to leave his task of washing up until later in the day.
Caitlyn Jenner, who was also on washing up duty, reassured him that this was okay but Ian was less impressed.
He muttered: "It's a good job I am not the leader, this won't be happening, he would be down here doing this."
Ian then approached Andrew to talk it out: "The thing is, James had to go and help with the dishes because you got the stars, came back, but because Caitlyn wanted to do it you went to sleep.
"Just do it, it would have taken 10, 15 minutes."
Andrew apologised and said he would "do it in the future" but Ian was still not happy: "Do you understand what I am saying? I don't want us in a situation where I am festering."
Ian's words however left a sour taste for some fans, with many taking to Twitter to suggest it was now "borderline bullying".
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