Ashley Mitchell’s Disqualification Angers a ‘The Challenge’ Alum

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Ashley Mitchell’s Disqualification Reacts to a ‘The Challenge’ Alum

The fallout from Ashley Mitchell’s disqualification was felt in “The Challenge” world this week, with fans and cast members chiming in on the situation.

The two-time champion was kicked out of the game during the most recent episode of “Spies, Lies, and Allies” due to an off-camera rule violation, and because the network did not provide much information, there has been a lot of speculation online.

“I can’t speak on the Ashley situation because I wasn’t there,” divisive “Challenge” star Paulie Calafiore said on Twitter on November 14.

I can speak for a group of weak veteran competitors who have banded together because they know they won’t win otherwise.

Bullies are those who have a horde mentality.

“End of story.”

Paulie has made plenty of enemies during his time on “The Challenge,” and he hasn’t shied away from making bold statements on social media, and his latest remark is just one of many.

The “Big Brother” star hasn’t been on “The Challenge” in a few seasons, but he’s made it clear that he’d like to return.

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Several ‘Challenge’ stars who appeared on ‘Spies, Lies, and Allies’ also spoke out about the situation.

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Paulie Calafiore (@paulcalafiore_) shared a post on her Instagram account.

Paulie wasn’t the first “Challenge” cast member to speak out about the situation, as several other cast members did as well.

Ashley was fired after a verbal altercation with Josh Martinez, according to Nelson Thomas, and Tori Deal defended Josh after many fans blamed him for the situation.

Tori wrote, “For the record, Josh is not the reason Ashley was sent home.”

“In this situation, Josh is not the instigator… he is a victim.”

Devin also stated that no cast members defended Ashley, which should serve as a warning to fans.

He wrote on Instagram, “JoshmyselfLogananyone else had nothing to do with the repercussions of her hurtful, ignorant, and misguided actions.”

Josh “was a victim,” wrote Emanuel Neagu.

“Ashley the girl I met is lovely, caring, and so funny,” Hughie Maughan, a rookie who had been eliminated several weeks prior to the incident, tweeted.

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