Strictly Come Dancing’s Neil Jones is alleged to have made his feelings clear as he came face to face with Seann Walsh this week, after the comedian was caught kissing his wife Katya.
The trio were forced to reunite as they rehearsed for the live finale of the BBC dance competition which airs this weekend.
Neil had previously opted to keep a dignified silence over the scandal, but according to inside sources he has been vocal behind the scenes.
A source claimed to The Sun that Neil made angry comments backstage and complained about Seann to the other pro dancers.
"He also had words with Katya to tell her that once this final commitment is over he doesn’t want her to see or talk to [Seann] again.
"He’s finally laid down the law and made his feeling crystal clear.”
Neil’s alleged outburst comes after Sean called him ‘gay’ as he joked about the scandal in his latest stand-up show.
33-year-old Sean tried to make light of the cheating as he returned to comedy after being booted off the BBC show.
He bragged about his new found celebrity status after hitting the headlines when photographs of him kissing married Katya emerged,.
"Before the show, the newspapers were complaining they didn’t know who I was.
"You know who I am now, motherf******. I’m the guy who kissed a gay man’s wife.”
He then backtracked: "Please don’t report that. I’m only joking. I’m just here trying to make you laugh."
Seann appeared unapologetic as he said he didn’t ‘bang’ his 29-year-old dance partner but admitted he still ‘f*cked up’.
During the nine minute set, during which Seann was booed and jeered by the crowd, he insisted his relationship with now ex girlfriend Rebecca Humphries was already ‘coming to an end’ when he locked lips with Katya.
Katya’s husband Neil was alleged to be ‘seething with rage’ when he heard about Sean’s jibes.
But Seann’s new tour entitled ‘After this one I’m going home’ appears to be cashing in on the scandal.
To add insult to injury, Seann described the tour on Twitter as ‘my new dance show’ just as Neil And Katya are promoting their new dance show which is, according to Neil, "the story of a boy from Britain and a girl from Russia who met, fell in love and overcame the odds to become dance stars".
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