Danny Dyer 'Jumped At V Festival By Mark Wright's Mates' In Front Of His Daughter
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I can't pretend to know much about reality telly, but it seems that the drama is spilling into real life after Mark Wright's mates allegedly kicked Danny Dyer's head in at V festival.
The worst part was that it was apparently in front of his 20-year-old daughter. Wow.
Reports are claiming that it was 'five against one' as they jumped Dyer on Saturday night.
If you need your memory refreshing, Mark Wright is 'famous' because he starred in The Only Way Is Essex.
Apparently, he and Dyer have had a feud for a while. According to the Mirror, it started three years ago when Mark insulted Danny at a charity event.
Dyer, who now stars in Eastenders, is getting married in two weeks and was at V festival as part of his stag do. His wife-to-be was also there for her hen do. The Mirror reported that Danny told his mate: "They all just came at me and jumped me. There was a lot of them. And it was in front of my kid.
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"That's not right. This eye just needs to heal before the wedding."
Danny's fiance, Jo, said: "How could Mark Wright's friends do that to my Danny in front of my little girl. We are here on a family trip and thisis not an aggressive person, he wouldn't have wanted to fight anyone. They've ganged up on him. I can't believe they've done this."
According to eye-witnesses, Danny began shouting, "Mark Wright you cunt. Mark Wright you twat!", before the altercation at around 10:30pm on Saturday.
Another source told The Mirror: "Mark was no way involved in the fight. He was shocked by what happened and was telling them to stop fighting."
Mark 'told his friends to stop' and security broke it up. Apparently, the pair spoke afterwards and Mark said: "I've got a lot of respect for you, I grew up watching The Business. I don't know how it's got to this."
Well, hopefully they shook hands, parted ways and this is the end of it. But if I know anything about reality TV, it's that the drama's never over.
Words by Mel Ramsay
Topics: Danny Dyer