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Beverley Callard has been slammed by I'm A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! fans for allegedly eating butter on the show, despite claiming to be vegan.
The 63 year old, whose fitness videos were recently revealed, was accused of lying to cheat her way out of eating animal parts during the eating trial.
The former Coronation Street actress announced she'd turned vegan in March earlier this year and managed to get out of eating deer's testicles – a Bushtucker trial her campmate Vernon Kay took part in.
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However, viewers of the popular series have now said they spotted the star tucking into bread and butter after Strictly Come Dancing professional AJ Pritchard and EastEnders star Jessica Plummer won the Castle Coin Challenge.
Furious fans flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts on the matter as one person wrote: "Ummmmm Beverley Callard isn’t vegan. She just ate butter. #imacelebrity" [sic]
Another said: "How did Beverly eat butter and bread if she’s vegan like I need verification it was vegan! Can’t even do a proper eating challenge."
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A third chimed: "Beverley Callard enjoying her Oxtail thought she was vegan!"
Another viewer said: "The producers trying to figure out why bev is eating bread and butter when she’s meant to be vegan."
While a fifth asked: "Are you meant to eat butter if you are vegan?"
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Beverley, who recently opened up on a ghostly encounter with the late Deirdre Barlow actress, had previously been accused of eating rabbit and eel in camp meals.
However, there is no proof that she actually ate the meat out of these dishes.
A source has indicated to Mirror Online that the star is being given alternative meals by producers to ensure she can continue her vegan diet.
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