Jonathan Broom-Edwards has been forced to leave ‘Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins’ - after Calum Best broke two of his ribs.
The 34-year-old Paralympic high jumper suffered the injury during a Murderball game on the Channel 4 military endurance show, and it left Calum - the son of the late footballing legend George Best - feeling “so guilty”.
The 41-year-old reality veteran told The Sun newspaper: "I felt so bad. I felt so guilty.
"But then I also went, ‘It’s the name of the game, it’s bound to happen.'
“I just don’t like to be somebody that screws somebody else’s experience up. But it’s savage. That’s the thing.
"You just have to do what you got to do out there.”
Murderball - which is said to be one of the most dangerous challenges - sees the contestants split into four teams aiming to get a tyre into a goal.
The instructors, who include Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox, push the celebs - who this year include ex ‘EastEnders’ star Maisie Smith and Olympian Fatima Whitbread - to their limits.
Former ‘Celebrity Love Island’ star Calum's crunching tackle on Jonathan - who has a clubbed foot and muscular dystrophy - took place out of the zone where attacks are supposed to take place.
He said: "If he got injured from me tackling him in bounds, f****** so be it.
"But the fact I was called out for doing it out of bounds, I thought, ‘Oh no, not only have I been called out for not doing it right, he’s got broken ribs.' "
What's more, boxer Shannon Courtenay gave an uppercut to former ‘Brookside’ star Jennifer Ellison, according to former ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ pro AJ Pritchard.
AJ said: “She’s a pro boxer, upper-cutting Jen in the ribs. Come on, it’s not a boxing match.”