What did Asan N’Jie do and why was he sacked from Emmerdale?

Asan N'Jie as Ellis Chapman, Jay Kontzle as Billy and Jordan Reece as Max in Emmerdale

ITV confirmed the choice on Wednesday afternoon (Picture: Amy Brammall)

star Asan N’Jie has been sacked from his function on the cleaning soap after an altercation on the TV Choice Awards.

He has performed Ellis Chapman, the son of Jessie Dingle (Sandra Marvin) and Al Chapman (Michael Wildman) since September 2018.

Ellis first appeared at The Woolpack when assembly Victoria Barton (Isabel Hodgins) for a date after talking on-line, and he has since been concerned in a number of storylines together with his relationship with Victoria and a feud together with his half brother Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle).

Now that the actor has been eliminated from his function, right here is all the pieces that it’s good to learn about what occurred.

Why was Asan N’Jie sacked from Emmerdale?

Asan N’Jie has been sacked from the cleaning soap after a combat with Jamie Lomas, who performs Warren Fox in Hollyoaks.

The two actors had been caught on video having a confrontation after the TV Choice Awards, which reportedly occurred on the Hilton Park Lane Hotel in London.

According to experiences Asan was escorted from the premises by safety and allegedly made threats to ‘kill’ Jamie.

An insider instructed The Sun: ‘Jamie was enraged by the sarcastic dig which appeared to return out of nowhere and was utterly unprovoked.

Footage of the confrontation between Asan and Jamie was launched by The Mirror, which led to ITV launching an investigation of the incident.

Asan N'Jie as Ellis Chapman and Jay Kontzle as Billy in Emmedale

Asan joined the cleaning soap’s forged final 12 months (Picture: Amy Brammall/ITV)

A spokesperson for ITV mentioned: ‘Emmerdale suspended Asan N’Jie yesterday pending additional investigation into an incident at a central London lodge on Monday night time. ITV executives have met with him this morning and as a consequence Asan’s contract has been terminated with quick impact.’

Asan has since launched his personal assertion, saying: ‘My behaviour on the TV Choice Awards was utterly unacceptable and very a lot out of character. I sincerely apologise to all people who has been affected particularly , the entire Emmerdale crew, our viewers, ITV, my household, and the organisers of the TV Choice Awards.

‘I’m devastated, settle for full accountability for my actions and I’m decided to be taught from this.’

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