Chris Evans Responds To Comments About Bullying And ‘Top Gear’ Reboot | TV News
Chris Evans has responded to allegations circulating about his behaviour and the nature of the Top Gear reboot, stating on his Radio 2 show, that the comments that he is a bully are “ridiculous” and that the Top Gear reboot is not “out of control”.
Evans, who produces and hosts Top Gear alongside his five new hosts also commented to the Sunday Mirror: “All these bullying claims and other allegations are just ridiculous”, adding that his family lived a “normal life” and the accusations amounted to a “witch-hunt”. He rejected the claims, commenting: “But of course if you sling enough mud, some will stick to the wall, is it hurtful to see your wife – or your children – upset? Of course it is”.
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