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READ MORE: TV SAS star was jailed for violent assault on police and tried to hide it from Channel 4 bosses Channel 4 confirmed: “Anthony has given a voluntary witness statement and is cooperating fully with the police.He denies any involvement.” "I went for X-rays and they said I needed to go to see a facial surgery specialist in Chelmsford the same night.I could still lose my teeth.” As the chief instructor on SAS: Who Dares Wins, Middleton assesses the character, conduct and mental strength of the would-be special forces trainees, testing them for potential weaknesses.Around two million people watched the series, which has been recommissioned.In May 2013, Middleton was found guilty of unlawfully wounding PC Christopher Brooksbank and for common assault on PC Katherine Alison.The dad-of-four told the Mirror he was “filled with remorse” over the 2013 incident. “I found the transition to civilian life quite hard and was shocked by how I acted. "Hopefully it won’t affect the programme.” He said he had written to the officers to apologise adding: “Nothing like that will happen again.” Essex Police said no arrests had been made over the incident at Reids and asked witnesses to contact them.
The show resumed production after an extended hiatus for a ninth season in 2012.The star of SAS: Who Dares Wins has been questioned by police over an assault at a nightclub.Ex-Special Boat Service sniper Anthony Middleton denies any involvement in the late-night incident in October which put a 20-year-old man in hospital.The man allegedly assaulted at Reids nightclub in Billericay, Essex, needed immediate facial surgery and a splint after two of his teeth were punched back into his mouth.
Middleton, 35, who put SAS recruits through their paces on the Channel 4 documentary series, has not been arrested.
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