Axed Apprentice contestant Ryan-Mark blasts ‘fake and malicious troll’ Marianne

Ryan-Mark Parsons became the latest contestant to be fired from this year's Apprentice.

The 19-year-old, who was the youngest ever candidate to appear on the show, took on the role of project manager for the latest task, which saw the two teams put on a corporate away day on a Pullman steam train.

With the team losing by a mere £15.50, Ryan-Mark was sent packing.

In an exclusive interview with Daily Star Online, the public speaker opened up about his strained relationship with fellow contestant Marianne Rawlins – and called her a "witch".


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"She plays the blonde airhead. She's a bit naive on the task – very embarrassing.

"And then she goes to the boardroom and she switches and becomes a malicious troll.

"It's very conflicting to having to deal with a split personality like that," he added.

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Ryan-Mark also went on to discuss that viewers missed out on a lot of Marianne's strong words.

"You haven't seen all sides of Marianne. She is very vindictive.

"Even in the house she was very aloof, very isolated. She's a very strange person.

"On the task, like I said, she was all over the place. In her own world. Maybe she thought she was in America – I don't know what she was thinking.

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"Then she would just switch, as you saw with Thomas, and would lash out and brand him a dictator. Even with me, she was firing accusations out of nowhere.

"If you're going to be like this, be like this all the time. Don't be this sort of fake persona on the task, and then suddenly when you're in the firing line, turn into this witch."

The Apprentice continues Wednesday at 9pm on BBC One.

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