Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended by BBC from Top Gear and the car show will not air anymore this Sunday.
Top Gear host Jeremy Clarkson can prove to be one tough man to work with and after he has been caught in numerous scandals, including the one in which he used the “n word” and the Patagonia Special from late last year, the 54-year old presenter has been suspended from the famous car show. This can turn out to be quite a tricky situation not for Clarkson but for the Top Gear fans considering the fact that the presenter has received his final warning from BBC last year when he had been accused of making racist remarks during the Top Gear filming.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May have a contract for Top Gear with BBC expiring next month and it seems that initial rumors were saying that they will sign a new 3-year deal but this may have some negative impact on the negotiations. According to the DailyMail, the true reason for Clarkson being suspended from Top Gear was punching a Top Gear assistant producer because he has been running late with dinner. This happened apparently at a filming location where the car guy has noticed that there wasn’t any catering available. His reaction was to take a swing at Oisin Tymon, a 36-year old assistant producer. Top Gear will not air anymore this Sunday until BBC will figure it out what to do with the whole situation.