Jack Maynard breaks his silence after leaving I'm a Celebrity

Jack Maynard breaks his silence after leaving I'm a Celebrity

Jack Maynard breaks his silence after leaving I'm a Celebrity

I'm A Celebrity 2017 has already seen the dramatic early departure of Jack Maynard and now Gemma Collins has upped the dramz even more by dropping a BIG hint that she could replace him.

The tweets contained racist language and homophobic slurs and have since been deleted.

The TOWIE favourite fuelled speculation that she'll return to the celebrity jungle - following her very brief stint in 2014 - by posting an image on Instagram on Wednesday taken from an article about who could step into Jack's shoes.

Jack, who is singer Conor Maynard's younger brother, also insults the girl when she says: "I don't know you, you're like a guy's brother of YouTube".

Maynard has used music videos, challenges, and other formats to accrue more than 1.2 million subscribers on his YouTube channel.

They said Maynard agreed with the decision to leave the show, which was "made by his representatives and ITV".

In a statement released at the time, a spokesperson said: "In the last few days Jack has been the subject of a succession of media stories which, given his position as a contestant on 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here' - filmed in the Australian jungle, with no contact with the outside world, he has been unable to respond to". Get Me Out Of Here! when offensive tweets he posted in 2012 emerged - has apologised for saying some "pretty disgusting things".

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GETTY APPROACHED Jamie Carragher said he has been approached to star in I'm A Celebrity

"I've tweeted some bad things, some terrible things, some pretty disgusting things that I'm just ashamed of".

He said: "I was stupid I said some really inconsiderate things, it's hard".

The least you deserved was for me to come home and sit down and talk to you and explain everything that has been going on.

But the self-styled "sensation", who turned 23 yesterday, grinned as he added: "Don't ever put anything online that you wouldn't say to your mum".

According to The Mirror, Maynard previously sent "inappropriate" messages to a 14-year-old girl on Facebook back in 2011, asking to see her underwear.

In a video posted on his YouTube channel, Maynard confirmed he was back in London.

He continues: "I was young, I was stupid, I was carless and I wasn't thinking". When the girl doesn't send him the picture, he calls her an "ugly freak".

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