Stephanie Davis is “devastated” after she was snubbed by Strictly Come Dancing bosses.
The former CBB star was reportedly in talks for the new series of the BBC show, and hoped that it would be her big “comeback”.
However, after the controversy surrounding her and ex Jeremy McConnell, who was found guilty of assaulting her last week, BBC bosses don’t want to be associated with her.
A source told The Sun Online, “Stephanie was hoping the talks that were taking place with Strictly Come Dancing would see her taking part in this year’s show.”
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“But unfortunately they didn’t want to be associated with her at this moment in time so have quashed any chance of her appearing now or in the future.
“She is devastated she was hoping this could be her big come back! It’s just another set back she didn’t need along with the charges hanging over her with the assault on Jezz.”
However, a representative for Stephanie has said, “She was not dropped from the show.”
Last week, Jeremy McConnell was handed 20 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months, for assaulting Stephanie while holding their baby back in March.
A three-year restraining order was also passed by the court, banning Jeremy from contacting her or even entering the road she lives on.
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