Shane Richie is I’m A Celeb phantom dribbler ‘1 million per cent’, confirms son

Former EastEnders star Shane Richie is "1million per cent" I'm a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 's phantom dribbler, according to his son.

Shane and Jordan North have been accused, with radio presenter Jordan often volunteering to mop in the toilet.

However both of them have denied that they are the phantom dribbler, causing the confusion to carry on.

Now though, Shane Jr has seemingly confirmed that his soap star dad is the culprit and not Jordan, as Shane has said.

Speaking on social media, Shane Jr said: "Do I think my dad is the phantom dribbler? Yeah, 1million per cent. I have grown up with the man. Definitely.

"My dad is p***ing everywhere! If he doesn't get an advert for wipes for the toilet or a mop… he should get a mop commercial."

Shane admitted before entering the castle that he was doing the ITV show for the money because he was "skint".

And he's no stranger to appearing in ad campaigns, as he featured in a series of Daz adverts in the 1990s, being paid £500,000.

Shane Jr is Shane's son with Loose Women star Coleen Nolan. They also have another son, Jake, who previously dated Jesy Nelson.

On Wednesday's I'm A Celebrity… The Daily Drop, Jordan's parents Wendy and Graham made an appearance and also had their say on the phantom dribbler.

Graham said: "Well, having four boys and myself in the house, and buying Wendy some wellies a couple of years ago, I think the jury's still out on that, whether it's [Jordan] or Shane.

"I'm going Shane, but I have been in the blame game myself. I've been blamed by Jordan and his brothers, so I don't know whether it's Jordan or Shane."

However Wendy was much more confident in her answer, as she told host Vick Hope: "Shane's to blame. Shane's the phantom dribbler."

Both Shane and Jordan are in the running to win this year's I'm A Celeb, as they have survived every elimination so far and the finale will air on Friday.

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