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Escape To The Chateau star Angel Strawbridge launched into a foul-mouthed rant at show producers in leaked audio, released days after she and husband Dick were axed by Channel 4 'following a review' into their conduct.
In a shocking 2021 recording obtained by Deadline, the star can be telling one producer she's 'angry' with them before branding them a 'f***ed up little c***'.
During the altercation Angel can be heard questioning producers about a delay to her schedule, before accusing someone of posting images on Instagram of a man who had a likeness to her husband, Dick.
She said: 'Who is that inspired by when you're f*****g working at the chateau? Just tell me that and then you can f*****g leave and this is me f*****g angry because I think you're a f****d up little c**t.'
'Do not work in this chateau and then post dark, weird pictures that I find quite insulting, and do not smirk. You know what, you can just f**k off.'
Exposed: Escape To The Chateau star Angel Strawbridge launched into a foul-mouthed rant at show producers in a shocking leaked audio obtained days after they were axed by Channel 4
The clip was recorded during one of the first four series of Escape To The Chateau.
Earlier in the audio, Angel can be heard saying her husband Dick talked to people like 's**t,' to which a producer replied: 'And I don't like that either.'
A representative for Angel and Dick Strawbridge declined to comment to Deadline. MailOnline has contacted their representative and Channel 4 for further comment.
Recent weeks have seen Angel and Dick branded 'spiky', 'volatile' and 'a nightmare to work with' amid their feud with Channel 4, after the network confirmed they'd cut ties with the couple.
Sources close to the couple told MailOnline that their behaviour on set was nothing like their 'gorgeous' on screen personas.
Insiders added that they couldn't hide their 'real characters' to crew members who spent weeks with them filming the popular show in north-west France .
It's also been mooted Channel 4's culling of the hit show was 'convenient' given the series - which has been on screen for seven years and sparked numerous spin-offs - had run its course.
A source said: 'Dick and Angel come across on screen as the most gorgeous and lovely couple, literally like butter wouldn't