300 complaints have been made about one major issue on I'm A Celebrity
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Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator, has been receiving a lot of complaints over the treatment of Iain Lee on I'm A Celebrity. They've received over 300 complaints with everyone saying that the campmates are bullying the comedian and broadcaster.
Dennis Wise, Amir Khan and Jamie Lomas are those accused of bullying.
In a recent episode, Lee admitted to feeling uncomfortable in the jungle. It followed the three men's discussion about how he lied about the depth of the water for one of the challenges and how he has so many issues in the camp.
Lee and Wise also came to blows when deciding who should partake in a Bush Tucker trial with the former footballer telling Lee he "wasn't up to it".
A lot of viewers have been threatening to boycott the show over the bullying claims. Ofcom has said they are looking into the complaints and will investigate, if necessary.
Christine Pratt, of the National Bullying Helpline in the UK, told The Sun:
"Bullying is very often about perception," she said.
"Collusion, mobbing, exclusion and negative and hurtful comments is, simply, bullying. It is outlawed in the workplace.
"If what is happening in the jungle was occurring online i.e. cyberbullying and it was seemed to be both serious and causing distress, it might carry a prison sentence under the Malicious Communications Act, part of The Harassment Act.”