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Ant Middleton calls C4 'desperate' over firing - despite also claiming he'd quit

1 month ago   |   By The Mirror

The ex-Special Forces soldier appeared on Good Morning Britain and admitted to making inappropriate comments on the set of SAS: Who Dares Wins but claimed it was simply 'military banter' following the Mirror's report on how female members of crew raised concerns with makers Minnow Films and Channel 4
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Ant Middleton blasts 'reckless' Channel 4 after sacking as he denies treating female staff badly

Ant Middleton blasts 'reckless' Channel 4 after sacking as he denies treating female staff badly

1 month ago   |   By Daily Mail

Ant Middleton has branded Channel 4's handling of his departure from SAS: Who Dares Wins as 'reckless and desperate' as he dismisses claims he made inappropriate comments to female crew members.
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Ant Middleton calls ‘inappropriate comments' towards women on set ‘military banter' and insists he quit SAS: Who Dares Wins

Ant Middleton calls ‘inappropriate comments' towards women on set ‘military banter' and insists he quit SAS: Who Dares Wins

1 month ago   |   By Metro

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Ant Middleton has spoken out about his SAS: Who Dares Wins exit, blaming ‘snowflakes' on set and clashes with health and safety for why he left.
Channel 4 announced this week that he would no longer be chief instructor on the endurance series, stating his ‘personal conduct' meant they would not continue with him in the role.
It was reported by The Mirror today that the final straw came after several complaints about ‘inappropriate comments' towards female staff on set.
But...
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Furious Ant Middleton denies making ‘inappropriate comments to female crew on set' before SAS: Who Dares Wins axe

1 month ago   |   By The Irish Sun


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