After winter’s Celebrity Big Brother explosion, with the scandal of Jeremy Joseph having to be removed from the house for groping Chloe Goodman you would of thought Channel 5 would have learnt their lesson…
However it seems Channel 5’s new reality show, 10,000 BC is proving to be causing even more controversy.
The show features stone age campers who have to live like they were around in 10,000 BC. However, the cavemen conditions seems to have caused on camp mate to go too far.
Jodie O’Rourke 23, who is taking part in the show with her mum Josie, claimed that her fellow camp mate Paul Barnes groped her during the night.
Both Jodie and Paul were at first removed from the camp to be quizzed by producers, with Paul denying any wrong doing, before they re-entered.
The incident happened off camera, however producers left it up the other camp mates to decide if Paul should stay or not.
“Jodie was upset and accused Paul of having wandering hands. She complained to the others — and they felt there was no place for him on the show after a vote,” a source told The Sun newspaper today.
A spokesperson for Channel 5 said: “The production team raised this matter with us as soon as it came to light.
“We discussed a course of action and are satisfied the appropriate steps were taken to protect the interests of everyone involved.”