I'm A Celebrity: 'Lady C made endless complaints about Tony and Duncan'

Published Thursday, Dec 3 2015, 11:11 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! star Lady Colin Campbell made "endless complaints" about Tony Hadley and Duncan Bannatyne, according to new reports.

Lady C left the jungle this week on medical grounds after having a fall in camp, but she has since accused them of bullying her.

'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!' TV show, Australia - 01 Dec 2015
Lady Colin Campbell

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Now a new report claims Lady C had spent "hours in the Bush Telegraph" arguing over the alleged treatment she received from Tony and Duncan.

According to the newspaper, Lady C threatened to call in lawyers over claims they had "ganged up on her".

Eliminated celeb camper Chris Eubank also told the publication that Lady C confided in him: "She said she was being bullied by Tony and Duncan. She seemed to know legally where she stood. She would have have endless complaints, it would never stop."

Lady C's first post-exit interview was aired on Wednesday's show, where she said: "After it became apparent I was getting all of the attention it caused a tremendous amount of bad feeling in the camp and then it became increasingly difficult.

"I think there were so many arguments because Duncan and Tony had taken the decision to shut me up, shut me down and run me out of the camp. There is no prospect of me ever having Tony or Duncan in my life in any way, shape or form. They have earned my disregard...they will have to live with it."

Duncan Bannatyne and Tony Hadley on 'I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here.
30 November 2015.

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Duncan and Tony clashed with Lady C in camp.

Tony's rep has said of the bullying claims: "These allegations are pure fantasy - the whole nation has witnessed how Lady C has continually made vile and hurtful comments towards various camp-mates. To make accusations of bullying and biased editing is unbelievable and disrespects both the show, and the millions of fans who have tuned in and voted night after night."

Meanwhile, a spokesperson for Duncan said: "'We have every confidence in ITV's editorial judgements. We expect that viewers will have seen a fair and balanced portrayal of events and we all look forward to hearing Duncan and Tony's side of the story when they leave the camp, just as we heard Yvette in her post eviction interviews.

"To make accusations of bullying and biased editing is unbelievable and disrespects both the show, and the millions of fans who have tuned-in and voted night after night."

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