Saira Khan has revealed she sustained 'life-long physical scars' while filming Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.
The former Loose Women presenter was joined by 11 fellow celebrities including Kerry Katona, Ulrika Jonsson, Kieron Dyer and Wes Nelson on the third season of the show, which kicked off last night on Channel 4.
Speaking to the Metro, Khan said: "I was left with life-long scars, physical ones, and that's very, very hard to cope with because I am actually a very fit individual. To go onto a show actually and experience what I did was a real shock.
"'For me, I look back at the experience partly kicking myself, thinking, 'Why did I have to go and do it to go and prove myself?' Because I've now caused myself something that's for life."
However, despite being left with scars from her time on the show, she went on to say she hasn't changed her mind about her reasons for doing the show.
She added: "But at the same time, I wouldn't have not done it because it's the person that I am and I needed to go and prove myself."
In an interview with the Daily Star, she went on to explain that she would '100 percent' do the show again.
"I'm absolutely happy to have taken part in Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins," she told the publication.
"I had a life-changing experience on the show, for the better, and if I was asked to do it again, I 100 percent would."
Earlier today, Khan took to Instagram to insist that she wasn't taking legal action against the show, following reports she had started legal proceedings over her injuries.
Posting on Instagram, Khan said: "There is no legal action taking place between myself or Minnow Films who make SAS: Who Dares Wins.
"I loved every minute of being part of this show.
"I have been fully supported by all at Channel 4 and Minnow Films."
In a statement to the Daily Mail, a spokesperson from Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins production company Minnow Films said: "Minnow Films and Saira Khan are happy to have resolved the concern raised."
The latest season sees the celebrities heading to the Scottish Hebrides and is set to feature one of the most gruelling courses yet.
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