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Intruders break into I’m A Celebrity set

OHMYGOSSIP — Two intruders managed to break into the ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ castle.
The pair are said to have spent up to 90 minutes looking around the main area at Gwrych Castle, north Wales, including the celebrities’ sleeping quarters, while the current crop of stars – who include David Ginola and Frankie Bridge – were in the building’s Great Hall as Storm Arwen battered the exterior of the castle.
One of the unnamed intruders told The Sun newspaper: “Myself and a friend managed to get into the set after a two-hour hike over the mountain tops of the castle estate. I was unaware the celebs had been evacuated at the time we managed to get into the castle as I don’t follow the show or the news on it.
“But I was aware the weather had been bad so didn’t know what to expect.
“I’m slightly glad the celebs were not on set as I believe if we had managed to come into contact, it could have breached the show’s COVID bubble and forced it off air again.
“We were only spotted after we had explored the entirety of the campmates’ quarters.”
An ITV spokesman added: “The intruders were removed from the location with immediate effect. The safety of both our celebrities and our production crew remains our primary concern.”
The two men were wearing camouflage when they breached security during the storm.
A source said: “The celebs were never at risk but bosses are furious someone would be so stupid to try and break into a castle in the middle of a storm.
“The intruders are not only trespassing on private property, they were also entering areas on site that were potentially unsafe because of Storm Arwen.
“It is highly irresponsible. The intruders were camouflaged to further avoid detection.
“It’s foolish, irresponsible behaviour and they were putting themselves and our security team at risk just to film footage of the castle.”
It comes after another man is said to have been stopped by guards “just yards” away from campmates and co-hosts Ant and Dec last month.

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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