EAMONN Holmes has called Philip Schofield, a former colleague of the Morning, “passively aggressive” and criticized ITV for removing him and his wife, Ruth Langsford, from the ax.
Ruth, 61, resumed her feud with Phil two years after she made an official complaint to TV owners.
Belfast-born Eamonn, 62, and his wife were replaced by Alison Hammond and Dermot O’Leary after 14 years of hosting this Friday morning, and during the holidays, in a cruel diversity campaign.
Talking about his time this morning, Eamonn said: “Philip is known for snatching people.
“She is very passive and aggressive. It is up to Ruth to say how she feels, but I was hurt for her. No one teased me like that.”
“I have a good Belfast Street Fighter inside me. I’ll be straight. I don’t go for presenters who think they have a special privilege or splendor or influence.”
He also accused the owners of ITV of using “trick” tactics when they booted up ITV during the uproar this morning.
He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture, and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
“No one understood me,” he said Daily Mail Weekend Magazine.
“I’m for all TV companies to choose who works for them, but it would be nice if you could tell them why you’re leaving.
“They’re smart. They didn’t want to announce that I was dropped because it would hurt the audience. By the way
“They talked to my agent and announced that I was going to GB News, when they did nothing but ask if I was interested in joining (GB News).
“I’m not going to make fun of myself in any way. I may be masculine and pale but I’m still at the top of my game.”
An ITV spokesman said of Aimon’s claims: “This is not a version of events that we acknowledge, and as we have said before, we wish Aimon all the best.
Ruth filed a complaint against Philip, following an on-air incident in April 2019 in which she stopped him while she was previewing Loose Women during an episode of The Morning.
Amanda Holden praised Ruth for complaining about Phil at the time.
The Sun contacted Philip Schofield’s representative for comment.