Footballer Maddie Wright appears to back Ant Middleton after he said he was axed by Channel 4 for "military banter" on set.
The 22-year-old OnlyFans star shared an Instagram post by the former SAS: Who Dares Wins star of him telling fans to "keep it simple".
Her Insta story came hours after the ex-SBS soldier told Good Morning Britain that he "butted heads" with production staff in the hit series on Wednesday.
Channel 4 has insisted Middleton's "conduct off camera" was to blame for losing his job following complaints by female crew.
The curvy blonde shared Middleton's post in an Instagram stories before saying in a separate post: "I surround myself by people that inspire me."
But the blonde bombshell seemed to disagree as she shared straight-talking Middleton's post saying: "Be honest, take ownership, keep it simple #zeronegativity #positivemind #positivelife".
She was sacked from club Charlton Athletic after she was filmed apparently inhaling a balloon and drinking champagne behind the wheel of a car.
Maddie has shared scantily-clad content with her OnlyFans subscribers taken during her recent two-month Dubai jaunt, telling her fans: "Booking a one-way ticket to Dubai is one of the best things I've ever done."
It comes after the soldier faced a backlash over comments he made about Black Lives Matter protests and Covid and apologised.
Asked about reports on Wednesday of complaints by female crew about “inappropriate comments”, he told the Mirror: “There’s a new protocol that came in… that if they feel offended, or they want to complain, they can complain anonymously.
“So it’s obviously something that they’ve seen… a bit of military banter, they’ve seen a bit of military humour and they really felt offended.”
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He added: “It’s all smoke and mirrors.
“The course is a hardcore course. It’s gritty, you’re going to see inappropriate things. PC patrol have kicked in, the woke patrol have kicked in, to the point where we can’t say anything.”
In the interview clip shared by Maddie, he said: "Acknowledgement is again going back to being honest.
"It's acknowledging a situation or a person for what they are. I keep things very very simple and get to my answer via – positive-negative, right-wrong, good or bad – and I acknowledge the situations as they present themselves.
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"I keep it simple, I keep it honest, I keep it open and I keep it honest. Now once you can acknowledge a situation for what it is, you can take ownership of it, you can start to work on the problem as an individual or as a team."
Channel 4 said: “Our decision not to renew Ant Middleton’s contract and not to work with him again was solely based on his personal conduct off camera and is not related to his on-screen persona as a DS. SAS: Who Dares Wins will continue to be as tough as it’s ever been."
A spokesman for Middleton said he is “always disciplined and utterly professional”.
Maddie has been contacted for comment by the Daily Star.
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