Pete Evans' neo-Nazi meme scandal will make his brand BIGGER than ever ...

He may have been dropped by over 15 sponsors, including his own publisher, for sharing a neo-Nazi meme on Facebook over the weekend. 

But disgraced My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans' career is far from over, according to top celebrity publicist Max Markson. 

'It's been a tough couple of days for [Pete], but he will come through being a much stronger personality. Bigger and better than before,' Markson exclusively told Daily Mail Australia on Wednesday.   

'Pete's career isn't over. He will be bigger in the future than he is now,' he said. 

The publicist, who represents some of Australia's most controversial celebrities, believes that being dumped by mainstream retailers and media outlets could be a blessing in disguise for Pete's brand. 

'He's now free of the book publishing game, so he can do his own books. He can still do his cooking, his recipes... but now he can also do whatever he wants.' 

He will now be in control of his own life and his own future': The publicist, who represents some of Australia's most controversial celebrities, believes that being dumped by mainstream retailers and media outlets could be a blessing in disguise for Pete's (pictured) brand

He will now be in control of his own life and his own future': The publicist, who represents some of Australia's most controversial celebrities, believes that being dumped by mainstream retailers and media outlets could be a blessing in disguise for Pete's (pictured) brand 

'The controversy just leads to more sales': Markson believes that the celebrity chef's loyal army of online followers will support him through the controversy, and will continue to believe his alternative ideologies in future

'The controversy just leads to more sales': Markson believes that Pete's loyal army of online followers will support him through the controversy, and will continue to believe his alternative ideologies in future

'This has been like a cleansing for him. He will now be in control of his own life and his own future... without anyone trying to discipline him.'    

Markson believes that the celebrity chef's loyal army of online followers will support him through the controversy, and will continue to believe his alternative ideologies in future. 

'He's still got his social media following that he can use to promote and sell [products]... and he's created his own television network, Evolve TV.'  

Shameful: Pete had sparked outrage on Sunday when he shared a neo-Nazi meme on Facebook. He posted this cartoon of a caterpillar wearing a MAGA cap and a butterfly with the racist Black Sun emblem on its wing - with the suggestion being that neo-Nazism is the natural evolution for Donald Trump supporters

Shameful: Pete had sparked outrage on Sunday when he shared a neo-Nazi meme on Facebook. He posted this cartoon of a caterpillar wearing a MAGA cap and a butterfly with the racist Black Sun emblem on its wing - with the suggestion being that neo-Nazism is the natural evolution for Donald supporters

'There might be some short term loss, but he's already there. He can just drive people down to his Evolve TV network, and the controversy just leads to more sales,' he explained.  

Pete has faced significant backlash for sharing the neo-Nazi meme on Facebook on Sunday.

The post was a cartoon of a caterpillar wearing a MAGA cap and a butterfly with the racist Black Sun emblem on its wing - with the suggestion being that neo-Nazism is the natural evolution for Donald supporters.

What was he thinking? Evans seemingly confirmed he was aware of the meaning of the symbol when a fan stated they recognised it, and Pete replied: 'I was waiting for someone to see that'

What was he thinking? Evans seemingly confirmed he was aware of the meaning of the symbol when a fan stated they recognised it, and Pete replied: 'I was waiting for someone to see that'

Pete is an enthusiastic supporter of the president and advocates the baseless claim that Joe Biden only won the 2020 election due to voter fraud.

The Black Sun symbol became infamous after it was introduced by top-ranking Nazi Heinrich Himmler during World War II.   

The symbol has since been adopted by numerous neo-Nazi groups, and by Christchurch mosque shooter Brenton Tarrant.

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