Jamie Lomas, 44, was pictured venturing out in Manchester this morning carrying a cap which learn: “Being good and nice”. The Hollyoaks actor appeared glum in an all-black outfit as he walked in the direction of his car. According to the MailOnline, Jamie broke his silence on his fight with former Emmerdale star Asan N’jie, which passed off on the TV Choice Awards earlier this week. He was reportedly heard ranting he’d “had it up to right here with it all”.
He mentioned: “My behaviour on the TV Choice Awards was utterly unacceptable and really a lot out of character.
“I sincerely apologise to all people who has been affected particularly Jamie Lomas, the entire Emmerdale group, our viewers, ITV, my household, and the organisers of the TV Choice Awards.
“I’m devastated, settle for full duty for my actions and I’m decided to study from this.”
A video of the fight between the actors confirmed Asan shouting at Jamie: “Do you think you are a f****** big man? I’m going to f****** kill you. I’m going to f****** knife you.”
Onlookers additionally reportedly noticed him throw a punch at Jamie whereas shouting abusive threats.
He was mentioned to have been faraway from the Hilton Park Lane lodge in Mayfair by safety.
An announcement from ITV additionally learn: “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 fast impact.”
According to The Sun, Asan pleaded with ITV bosses to give him a second probability after the incident.
A supply advised the publication: “Asan is beside himself with fear. To quote him he’s in ‘absolute bits’. He is aware of his profession in Emmerdale may very well be over.
He’s somebody on the centre of a knife crime storyline who has threatened to stab a fellow actor. It doesn’t get extra severe than that.”
They added Asan is eager to “do anything to avoid the sack”.
“He will get down on his hands and knees and plead for another chance,” the supply added.
Asan missed out on the award for Best Newcomer on the TV Choice Awards that night time.
The actor confronted competitors from his co-star Olivia Bromley, Coronation Street’s Maureen Lipman, 73, and EastEnders actress Kara-Leah Fernandes, who gained the award.
Emmerdale continues tonight at 7pm on ITV.