Saira Khan has taken down her allegation that she is suing SAS: Who Dares Wins.
Saira Khan, star of LOOSE WOMEN, has denied that she is pursuing legal action against SAS: Who Dares Wins, in an Instagram statement.
Saira Khan has denied rumors that she is pursuing legal action against the Channel 4 TV show SAS: Who Dares Wins, in which she presently stars. Last night, before of the show, the former Loose Women panelist resorted to social media to express her displeasure at inaccurate claims.
In light of her 95,800 Instagram followers, she responded on Instagram, “There is no legal action taking place between myself and @minnowfilms who make @SAS whodareswins.”
The mother-of-two went on to reveal how much she enjoyed being a part of the show, which puts celebrities through physical and psychological challenges.
She continued, “I adore every minute of being a part of this show.”
“Everyone at @channel4 and @minnowfilms has been extremely supportive of me. That’s it! “Enjoy the show,” she said as she hung up the phone.
Saira was believed to be pursuing legal action after suffering “life-changing injuries” while participating, prompting her comments.
Ulrika Jonsson, Wes Nelson, James Cracknell, and Alexandra Burke, to mention a few, star in the show, which recreates the grueling selection process with ex-special forces personnel.
“Unfortunately legally I can’t give into much detail about it since it’s still ongoing,” Saira stated in an interview with The Sun regarding an incident in which she was injured.
“I was left with bodily wounds that would last a lifetime. That’s quite difficult to deal with.”
The party traveled to the secluded island of Raasay on the west coast of Scotland’s Inner Hebrides in last night’s premiere episode.
Saira was watching the show at a friend’s house in Chamonix, where she is on vacation.
She took to Instagram after the show aired to provide some behind-the-scenes footage.
The former Apprentice contestant admitted to having a minor mistake about one of the challenges.
“I believed Billy shouted, ‘Go in and save the ostrich,’ when we had to go into the gas chamber with the masks on. The hostage, not so much.
“I assumed the entire cabin was filled with ostriches and that I needed to go rescue them.
“And I thought to myself, ‘I had no idea they sent in the SAS to save animals.’
“So I was terrified that I was going to have to go rescue an ostrich, not a hostage, as he claimed.”
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