Posted: 10:22 GMT, Jan. January 2021 | Updated: 11:04 GMT, Jan. January 2021

And in the aftermath of Thursday night’s TV show, former AFL player Travis Varcoe announced that he would “hate” taking his kids to a soccer game after being the victim of horrific racial slur >

The 32-year-old told 43-year-old television presenter Grant Denyer that he vividly remembers being called a “monkey or a chimpanzee” – and that it “hurts bloody” when people try to improve his image ruin on social media

Absolutely heartbreaking: Former AFL player Travis Varcoe (pictured), 32, has announced that he would “hate” taking his kids to a football game after being victim of horrific racist slurs

“I think someone called me a monkey or a chimpanzee,” he said, “There was a Facebook page with a” gasoline sniffer “on my face It hurts It fucking hurts’

While Travis admitted having developed “thick skin”, he said the personal attacks were the ones he wanted to protect his family from

“If there is a personal attack and your partner or kids have to read this, it will break your heart,” he told Grant

‘It’s pretty difficult to talk about because you don’t want your loved ones to go through this

“It’s pretty difficult to talk about”: Travis told TV presenter Grant Denyer (left), 43, that he vividly remembers being called a “monkey or a chimpanzee” – and that it “hurts bloodily.” “When people try to ruin their image on social media

Riotous: “I think someone called me a monkey or a chimpanzee,” Travis said. There was a Facebook page with a “gasoline sniffer” on my face. It hurts. It fucking hurts

‘It breaks your heart’: While Travis admitted having developed ‘thick skin’, he said the personal attacks were the ones he wanted to protect his family from

“I can only hope that it will get better as my children get older – even if it is one percent better ‘

The heartbreaking confession follows Travis, who enters the campsite on Sunday along with The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield, The Voice alum Jack Vidgen, and The Block star Jess Eva

The cast also includes comedian Ash Williams, actress Toni Pearen, singer-songwriter Paulini Curuenavuli, Australian rule legend Robert ‘Dipper’ DiPierdomenico and Irish celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge

Who is this year’s season? The heartbreaking admission follows Travis, who enters the campsite on Sunday along with The Bachelor’s Abbie Chatfield (pictured), The Voice alum Jack Vidgen and The Block star Jess Eva

Who else? The cast also includes comedian Ash Williams, actress Toni Pearen, singer-songwriter Paulini Curuenavuli, Australian rule legend Robert ‘Dipper’ DiPierdomenico (pictured) and Irish celebrity chef Colin Fassnidge

The Channel 10 reality show was the most watched entertainment program on Wednesday night, according to TV Blackbox

Channel Nines A Current Affair ranked 697000 spectators took second place, followed by ABCs 7:30, that of 457000 viewers was seen

Pandemic: The new season was recorded for the first time this year, and production was also relocated from South Africa to northern NSW due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Pictured: Co-hosts Julia Morris and Dr Chris Brown

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