Jack Maynard has chose to leave I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Here after ITV made the decision to remove him.
Responding to the messages, a representative for Jack said: "Jack is ashamed of these tweets, many were deleted a long time ago and were sent in response to a neighbour who was bullying him".
Before going into the jungle, Jack, who is the brother of singer Conor, said: 'One of the main reasons I am definitely doing it is to be the first YouTuber to go on a show that is so massive in this country.
Following the controversy Ant & Dec announced in tonight's show that viewers wouldn't be able to vote for Jack in the next trial as he had pulled out of the jungle.
A representative for Jack went on to say: 'In the last few days Jack Maynard has been the subject of a succession of stories.
A spokesperson for ITV echoed their on-air statement, confirming: "Due to circumstances outside camp Jack has had to withdraw from the show".
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From his official Twitter account he used the N-word in a series of posts and branded other users "retarded" and "f****ts".
The Sun alleges that Jack posted photos of people with facial deformities with comments such as "in his prime" and 'Ahahahaha! He is rumoured to be incredibly sorry and understands that although those tweets were posted when he was 17-year-old, age is no defence.
His representative said Maynard was "ashamed" of those tweets and the star realises now that the language used was "completely unacceptable".
One X-rated picture which was taken on Snapchat reportedly shows Jack "grinning with nothing but a hat on in a bedroom".
An ITV spokeswoman told the website: 'Jack has issued a full apology and has deleted the tweets that he sent'.
Jack has now made a decision to part ways from the jungle show in a shock first exit.
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