Kerry Katona breaks down in tears on Celeb SAS as she recalls George Kay abuse
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins isn't an easy show to compete on by any means, but things proved especially tough for Kerry Katona on Sunday night.
The TV star and former Queen of the Jungle was left in floods of tears as she faced the DS after a harrowing gas challenge.
Among the tasks faced on Sunday night was a high tightrope challenge over a cliff edge, and the gas attack task, in which the celebs had to remove their gas masks and free a 'hostage' while exposed to tear gas.
Kerry broke down during the challenge, and was later hauled in to face the DS.
The conversation soon turned to the challenges Kerry had already faced in life, including her past relationship with George Kay and the alleged abuse she suffered at his hands.
Speaking of her kids during that turbulent time, Kerry explained: "They heard the shouting, they saw the black eyes.
"I eventually left. I said, 'I can't let my kids grow up like this'. I've made so many mistakes in my life that have had consequences for my kids."
The gruff Ant Middleton told her: "You can't change the past, but what you can do is mould the future."
Kieron Dyer suffered collapsed lung filming SAS: Who Dares Wins as part of injury hell
He added: "There's not many people out there who could go through what you've been through."
During a confessional, Kerry reflected on George's death, as she emotionally said: "How f***ing dare you die, putting the kids through all that s**t and then you just die!"
She tearily explained: "The worst conversation I've ever had was having to tell my five-year-old her daddy died. Having to explain that to a baby, and as big of a t*** he was, he was still her dad."
George died aged 39 in July 2019, after 'eating a ball of cocaine pulled from his pants'.
During the inquest into his death, the court heard how the sportsman collapsed and suffered a fatal seizure due to the effects of the large quantity of the toxic substance and died hours later in hospital.
George took a fatal dose of drugs in the hotel, with one staff member recalling how George produced a large ball of "white powder" from a sock in his pants before he ate it.
Food and beverage supervisor Luke Smith told the inquest: "He took the ball out of the sock and started to eat it."
If you have been affected by issues of domestic violence or coercive control you can call Refuge's 24-Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline for free. The number is 0808 2000 247
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins continues next Sunday at 9pm on Channel 4.
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