Fans of MTV’s The Challenge: Spies, Lies, and Allies were shocked when Ashley Mitchell was disqualified from the competition at the last minute.
She took to Twitter shortly after her departure was broadcast on November 10 to express gratitude to her followers for their support.
This news comes as she was close to making it to the series’ final round of terrifying challenges for reality TV personalities.
It’s serious business, whether diving into deep water or fighting in the arena. We can tell you why Ashley was kicked out of the tournament and what rules she is said to have broken.
Why exactly did Ashley gave up on the show?
Having broken a rule of The Challenge: Spies, Lies & Allies on MTV, Ashley was eliminated from the competition.
The host, TJ Lavin, revealed that she had been deactivated for breaking the rules, but did not specify what those rules were.
When the fans spotted the celebrity at the club, she had just won the challenge with Amanda Garcia and the rest of her cell, Sapphire.
The last time we saw the defending champion, Amanda, was when she told Ashley she wanted to compete against the other women at the club.
Thereafter, she stopped showing up for nominations.
How exactly did Ashley violate the norm?
Ashley reportedly indicated that the entire cast is aware that Josh Martinez is gay, despite neither Ashley nor MTV confirming the rumor.
Ashley is just one of many admirers and coworkers who have speculated about his sexuality despite no official proof.
According to reports, Ashley and Josh had a fight in which she informed him that his homosexuality was common knowledge. Afterward, they returned to their regular routine.
Devin and Logan may have complained about it to the production team, indicating that they were aware that she had broken the rules.
After she had left, she tweeted:
I’d like to express my gratitude to everyone who has been there for me. It’s been really tough to escape the feelings of despair and worry that have plagued me since returning home, and everyone knows it’s all my fault.
There has been a lot of introspection and courses on controlling anger on my part. Really, I can’t express how much affection I have for you.
Ashley addresses the frustration of the audience.
Ashley told her irate supporters, who did not want her to be disqualified, “rules are rules,” and went on to say that she respected the decision even though she disagreed with it.
That’s what she told me, she explained.
Rules are rules, and I honor @mtv and TJ’s decision on the matter. Behavioral modification is the most sincere expression of regret.
We’ll chat again soon, @challenge. There were still some people who weren’t having it even though they acknowledged the regulations.
“Josh has done considerably worse on The Challenge,” one person said. Additionally, they stated:
It has been speculated that Ashley was fired because she referred to Josh as gay. Sorry, but I don’t understand.
Since Big Brother, I have been following Josh’s career. Actually, up until now, I had assumed that Josh was a gay man.
If this is the case, a warning is warranted at most, but not necessarily termination. If anything, Josh has had considerably worse results on The Challenge.
But there were still those viewers who stood behind Josh and suspected there was more to the story than Ashley’s homophobic remark.
You don’t know what someone can do personally,” a fan said in response to the response.
Source: Reality Titbit