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‘I’m A Celebrity’ Camp Owner Appears In Court After On-Set Incident

He's been ordered to behave well for six months.

30/11/2016 11:10 | Updated 30 November 2016

Craig Parker, who owns the land the ‘I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!’ camp sits on, has appeared in court in Australia over an “on-set incident”.

Tensions between Craig and ITV have been reportedly risen in recent months, and it was previously claimed that he may not sign a new deal to allow them to use his land, after the current series.

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He’s now appeared in court relating to an incident that took place last month, according to The Sun.

During a hearing at Murwillumbah Court House, a magistrate heard that Craig had smashed a glass window on the set, and labelled his behaviour “unacceptable”.

The paper claimed he then “lashed out” when security arrived at his home after the incident.

Magistrate MacMahon has ordered Parker to keep the peace for six months.

Reports of a feud between the landowner and ITV bosses first emerged in October, when it was claimed they had been squabbling over a number of unidentified issues.

In response to the claims, an ITV spokesperson simply stated: “We have a good relationship with the owner of the site and we’re currently on our 15th series in that location.”

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