SAS Australia: Ant Middleton set to berate Alicia Molik in foul-mouthed rant leaving her ‘trembling’

The explosive new season of SAS Australia is set to launch on Monday night.

And while the series is known for its no-nonsense berating of contestants, one incident is apparently set to leave audiences in shock. 

According to New Idea, chief instructor Ant Middleton will leave tennis pro Alicia Molik ‘trembling and crying’ after branding her a ‘dumb c**t’ during an expletive rant.

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Shocking scenes: On Monday’s launch episode, chief instructor Ant Middleton (R) is set to brand Alicia Molik (L) a ‘dumb c**t’ and launches into an expletive rant centimetres from her face, after she failed to complete a challenge in the way he wanted

In a trailer for the show, Ant was seen shouting centimetres from Alicia’s face after she failed to complete a challenge in the way he wanted. 

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One recruit, who wished to remain anonymous, told the publication on Monday: ‘He was standing nose-to-nose with her, virtually spitting in her face saying “You are a dumb c**t.”

‘Alicia was trembling and crying, and he just kept going at her. I think it was the worst dressing down I have witnessed and obviously the most shocking incident on this season’s show.’

Despite being aware that Ant often scold contestants in a fiery manner as part of the experience, the source said they thought this incident was ‘totally unacceptable,” adding: ‘Ant needs to go.’

‘Alicia was trembling and crying, and he just kept going at her,’ an anonymous contestant revealed. ‘I think it was the worst dressing down I have witnessed and obviously the most shocking incident on this season’s show’

Daily Mail Australia have contacted Channel Seven for further comment.

Meanwhile on Sunday, Alicia told The Advertiser she would never sign up for the series again.

While she didn’t mention the incident in question, she did say: ‘I gave it everything I had and I’m happy with what I achieved.

Not happy: Despite being aware that Ant often scold contestants in a fiery manner as part of the experience, the source said they thought this incident was ‘totally unacceptable’, adding: ‘Ant needs to go’

‘I enjoyed training like a demon for that period of time and it was a great experience. But it was brutal and it’s torture and that is not fun at all.’

When asked if she enjoyed the experience, she responded: ‘I can’t say I enjoyed the course but I did enjoy the camaraderie with people you have never met before.’

SAS Australia launches Monday at 7:30pm on Channel Seven

‘I enjoyed training like a demon for that period of time and it was a great experience. But it was brutal and it’s torture and that is not fun at all,’ Alicia later said in an interview  

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