SAS Australia: The truth behind Dan Ewing’s brutal interrogation scene

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The TRUTH behind Dan Ewing’s brutal interrogation on SAS Australia: Jana Pittman confirms the actor was stitched up by producers within the finale




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Dan Ewing was torn to shreds by the directing workers throughout an interrogation on Tuesday’s season finale of SAS Australia after giving them a weird cowl story.

The brutal scene resulted within the 36-year-old actor being kicked out of the competitors – ostensibly as a result of he lied whereas the opposite recruits have been truthful.



But fellow contestant Jana Pittman has come to his defence, telling 2Day FM’s The Morning Crew on Wednesday that every one the recruits have been instructed to manufacture tales for the instructors – however solely Dan was punished for it.

The truth comes out: An SAS Australia star has revealed the truth behind Dan Ewing's brutal interrogation sequence during Tuesday night's season finale

The truth comes out: An SAS Australia star has revealed the truth behind Dan Ewing’s brutal interrogation sequence throughout Tuesday evening’s season finale

‘Poor Dan… We got the very same story and Dan and I did sit there for hours and hours and hours rehearsing it,’ the previous Olympian stated.  

‘That story he stated, he went into character immediately, whereas I believe a few of us went in and thought, “Oh gosh these guys [the DS] are scary, they’re the actual deal, I believe they don’t seem to be wanting a narrative right here,”‘ she added. 

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Jana, 38, revealed that Dan had merely adopted the preliminary directions he’d been given, whereas the opposite recruits selected to ditch their cowl tales and communicate actually.

'We were given the exact same story': Jana Pittman has come to the actor's defence and backed up his story that all of the contestants had to fabricate stories to the instructors

‘We got the very same story’: Jana Pittman has come to the actor’s defence and backed up his story that the entire contestants needed to fabricate tales to the instructors

‘Dan stayed in character which is, to be trustworthy, what we have been instructed to do initially,’ she stated.

Jana added that Dan was ‘fairly upset’ over his portrayal and the best way his scenes had been edited to make him seem like a self-absorbed brat.

‘I’ve spoken to him quite a bit, and in Dan’s state of affairs I believe he’s such a robust man who has come out as somebody who’s very into yoga and [is] holistic in his nature,’ she stated.

The former athlete believes the producers ‘missed [an] alternative’ to make use of Dan’s journey to focus on the ‘psychological well being and identification disaster’ in younger males.

She stated the enhancing on SAS Australia appeared to favour the ‘dramatic sides’ of Dan’s character slightly than the vital moments in his journey. 

Jana’s defence of Dan comes after manufacturing sources corroborated her claims that the ultimate 5 recruits have been every given fictional ‘cowl tales’ for the final episode to review and memorise.

Even although these tales weren’t true, they have been to instructed to decide to them even beneath fierce interrogation – however Dan was the one one to really do that. 

recruits who managed to efficiently commit the quilt story to reminiscence. 

‘Dan recited the quilt story completely, but obtained ripped a brand new one. They have been attempting to counsel he made up this cowl story when it was the quilt story he’d been given as a part of the problem,’ a supply stated.  

‘The stitch-up begins after they edit out all reference to the “cowl story” the recruits are given and instructed to review, which in fact feeds into what occurs subsequent when Dan is distributed packing after one other run with [Ant] Middleton.’

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This was allegedly one other calculated transfer by producers to maintain Dan from making it to the tip of the competitors – as a result of he was a menace to the popular winner Sam Burgess. 

Pick a winner: A source has revealed that Dan's interrogation became a calculated move by producers to keep him from making it to the end of the competition - because he was an apparent threat to the preferred winner Sam Burgess

Pick a winner: A supply has revealed that Dan’s interrogation grew to become a calculated transfer by producers to maintain him from making it to the tip of the competitors – as a result of he was an obvious menace to the popular winner Sam Burgess

‘Everyone loves a narrative of redemption,’ one of many recruits stated.

‘Especially producers who’re extra thinking about scores than the integrity of the SAS course and the viewing public.

‘This present is a charade. It’s no completely different to Married At First Sight.’ 

NRL star Sam Burgess was the one celeb to efficiently cross the choice  course throughout Tuesday’s finale. 

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The SAS Australia reunion airs Wednesday at 7.30pm on Seven and 7Plus

Triumphant: NRL star Sam Burgess was the only celebrity to successfully pass the course in Tuesday's finale

Triumphant: NRL star Sam Burgess was the one celeb to efficiently cross the course in Tuesday’s finale



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