Pals suggested that Amy Anzel was upset by some of the negative tweets Lord Sugar had posted about her and that she then brought them to the attention of The Apprentice bosses.
Contestant Amy Anzel is said to have been banned from The Apprentice’s final celebrations after she complained about Lord Sugar’s tweets about her.
Friends of Amy – who is the oldest contestant at 48 – have said she was shocked by her layoff in week six as she had already booked herself for the project manager role in week two. , which has been edited.
Pals suggested that Amy was further upset by some of the negative tweets Lord Sugar posted about her, and that she then brought them to the attention of the production bosses at Naked TV, the production company. The Apprentice with the BBC.
However, her friend said that the Zoom call she had with the producer made her feel “humiliating”.
Among the tweets that Lord Sugar posted about Amy read: “Amy isn’t selling, she’s too slow. Slower than broadband Wi-Fi in Cornwall.”
The person you told Sun : “When Lord Sugar posted her tweets, she thought they were awful, hurtful and offensive and told them so in an email.
“She knew the last taping took place last Wednesday but they ignored her phone calls and emails. Amy then received an email saying the invitation had been granted at her discretion. surname.”
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Others also missing from the You’re Fired final are Harry Mahmood, 38, and Navid Sole, 27, after a reported clash between them and Aaron Willis, 38.
Harry, Navid and Amy are all expected to appear in the final episode to help finalists Kathryn Burn, 29, and Harpreet Kaur, 30, battle in the final.
The couple will try to prove their personal business plans are worth Lord Sugar’s £250,000 investment and then enter The Apprentice hall of fame and become the 17th winner.
* The Apprentice Finals airs at 9pm on Thursdays on BBC One
https://www.mirror.co.uk/tv/tv-news/apprentice-bosses-ban-contestant-amy-26511892 Apprentice boss 'banned' contestant Amy Anzel from finalist after she complained about Lord Sugar