Danny John-Jules was allegedly referred to as a "coglione" by crew members, among the voices according to which he was warned by his behavior towards his partner Amy Dowden.
The Red Dwarf star has shaken the news that he "teased" his dance partner during the rehearsals, ending up with an omnipotent line during the tests that left Amy in tears.
Since then, both he and Amy have denied the claims, admitting to a spit during an intense test session, but in the end it was one.
However, according to new reports, this is not the case.
"It's always all about him and what he wants." The truth is that they can smile at the cameras, but they hate each other, "a crew member claims that Daily Star Online.
"Amy does not see the time to get rid of him, everybody thinks he's a dick."
Metro.co.uk contacted Strictly Come Dancing for comment.
The couple Strictly Come Dancing, who after this week's accusations is now the favorite to leave the show, was declared stuck in a heated battle Wednesday that left Amy in tears.
As a result, it emerged that a "final warning" was given to Danny early, although this was later denied by Strictly representatives.
Following the allegations that came to light, Danny joked online about the accusations made against him, retweeting the supporting comments and loading a poster of King Kong and declaring it as his "new CV".
He then banged the comments directly and said, "My conscience has never been clearer."
"I am very proud to be persecuted by Khaki Wearing, Doberman waiting, Tobacco chewing, Cross eyed, Cousin producing, Banjo playing, Chair rocking, Night riding, Sheet wearing, Pointed hatty, illiterate, hack whose truth is driven by hate. "
He also participated in the It Takes Two spin-off show with Amy to clarify the air, and while they both admitted that things became "intense" during Wednesday's practice, they said they were back on track.
"I never felt intimidated or threatened by Danny, I really want to bring this man to Blackpool and then to the final," Amy said.
Strictly Come Dancing continues at 6:45 pm on BBC1 tonight.
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