CEO Barry SAS star Caron Dyer broke down in tears last night when she mentioned childhood abuse.
The retired footballer called his abuser “a monster” when he talked about the trauma of Ant Middleton and Mark ‘Billy’ Billingham.
“I was sexually abused as a child. I was 11 or 12 years old with a family member and this monster, well, he was a P ***, made me a monster.
“For the rest of my life, I’ve been hurt by people like family, father, mother, wife, you can move on, and I always keep in mind, ‘You know, because I I’m a victim, I’m just like that ‘
“From today, when I get out of here, I don’t get raped. No more. Because whenever I get victim, he wins. Every time I hurt my family, he wins.”
Caron first revealed her abuse in 2018. At the time, he described the horrific incident with his great uncle Kenny, who had died years earlier.
Celeb was forced to withdraw from SAS after suffering a rib injury in a challenge to manage his anger.
In the confrontation with Jason Fox, he did as well as he could.
Jason said to the ant: “F *** in hell, it shook my brain over there.”
Talking about it later, Caron admitted: “It felt amazing to vent that anger.
“Something changed inside me.
“I thought I’d kill him.”
After a brutal injury, Caron’s co-contestants Wes Nelson and Ald Davis expressed shock at her behavior.