James Jordan defends wife Ola over bullying claims
Former 'Strictly Come Dancing' star James Jordan has defended his wife Ola Jordan over claims she bullied Steve Backshall
James Jordan has defended his wife Ola Jordan over claims she bullied Steve Backshall.
Ola, 32, and Steve, 41, were paired together on the BBC reality show 'Strictly Come Dancing', but recent reports have claimed Steve is unhappy with how he's being treated by his professional partner, who's been accused of bullying.
The claims have prompted an angry response from Ola's husband James, 36, who tweeted: "You wanna write b******t about @The_OlaJordan the sweetest person in the world. I'll give you something to write about #keepaneyeonmytweets (sic)"
Later, he added: "Going to the gym for a few hours to blow off some steam!"
James's relationship with the BBC soured after he was axed from 'Strictly' earlier this year, but he and his wife have already received lots of support from other celebrities.
Former professional footballer Robbie Savage - who danced with her in 2011 - described Ola as a "great teacher and a pleasure to work with".
Meanwhile, Chris Hollins, who won the series dancing with Ola in 2009, said: "That's not the Ola I know."
BBC bosses have refused to comment on the bullying allegations.