Top Gear producer’s advice for Jeremy

By Drum Digital
17 March 2015

The Top Gear producer, Oisin Tymon, who was allegedly assaulted by presenter Jeremy Clarkson would work with the host again if he goes for anger management classes, according to reports.

Oisin does not want Jeremy sacked from the popular show. He was allegedly branded a "lazy, Irish c***" and assaulted by the outspoken fast car-loving presenter during a drunken tirade.

Jeremy was suspended last week after the fracas and now senior BBC Executive Ken MacQuarrie has been put in charge of the investigation that will decide his fate. But Oisin will only go to the police if he thinks the truth is "whitewashed" during the BBC's probe into the incident.

In a statement to the BBC’s investigating panel, Oisin reportedly said he would like to return to a working relationship with Jeremy as soon as possible.

Meanwhile the BBC lost nearly 4 million viewers on Sunday night after pulling the new series of Top Gear and suspending host Jeremy Clarkson.

Instead of the hugely popular motoring show, BBC2 aired 'Red Arrows: Inside The Bubble'.

Only 1.3 million people tuned in compared to the 5.1 million who watched the last episode of 'Top Gear'.

Sources: express.co.uk  and huffingtonpost.co.uk

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