'Funny how everyone else knew before f**king me': Marty McKenna claims he has been AXED from Geordie Shore in explosive Twitter rant... four months after being suspended from show
He is known for his hard-partying ways on the set of Geordie Shore.
And Marty McKenna, 23, has now claimed he was sacked in an explosive Twitter rant on Sunday - just four months after he was suspended from the MTV show.
The TV hunk launched a scathing attack on programme bosses when he seemingly discovered he had been axed through other people.
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'Funny how everyone else knew before f*****g me': Marty McKenna, 23, claimed he was sacked from Geordie Shore in an explosive Twitter rant on Sunday
The party-goer was unable to contain his anger amid claims he wouldn't be returning for the next series.
Marty tweeted: 'Funny how everyone else knew before f*****g me.'
He further added: 'So I won't be going back to @mtvgeordieshore as I've been sacked according to a few people.
'F***** in thing is a liftin beg from @mtvex.'
MailOnline has approached MTV for comment.
Revealed: He was suspended four months ago for his hard-partying lifestyle on the show
Feeling the heat: The TV hunk launched a scathing attack on the show when he discovered he was reportedly axed through other people
The bold claims comes four months after he was suspended from the show with Scott Timlin.
They were reportedly removed from Geordie Shore after their hard-partying ways grew out of control.
The duo were withdrawn from filming the fifteenth series according to reports from The Sun, with sources claiming the MTV producers have had 'no option' but to send the pair home.
CBB winner Scott only partly appeared in the current season after being suspended for the same reason, while Marty is said to be 'worse that Scotty' in his behaviour.
Out and about: He was withdrawn from filming the fifteenth series according to reports from The Sun , with sources claiming the MTV producers have had 'no option' but to send both Marty and his co-star Scotty T home
Scott joined the MTV show in the fourth season in 2012, while Marty first appeared in series 12 in March 2016 having had his first taste of TV fame in Ex On The Beach in 2015 although he was withdrawn from the show after falling ill with dehydration.
Last summer, the star's future on the show was thrown into question when he was reportedly warned about turning up to filming hungover and acting unreliably.
In a case of history repeating itself, Wednesday saw reports surface claiming he and Marty have been shown the door in the midst of their raucous antics.
Insiders said: 'Scott has been removed from filming as he has not followed orders to clean up his act. His behaviour on set hasn’t improved and the producers had no option but to send him packing.'
Troubled: CBB winner Scott only partly appeared in the current season after being suspended for the same reason, while Marty is said to be 'worse that Scotty' in his behaviour
Regarding Marty's behaviour, sources told the publication: 'Marty is just as bad if not worse than Scotty. He parties hard and it can get too much at times.
'He didn’t fly out to Italy with the cast as producers had already made their minds up and knew he wouldn’t be continuing for the rest of the series.'
Representatives for Marty, Scotty and MTV declined to comment on reports when approached by MailOnline.
In scenes aired on Geordie Shore last week, Scotty returned to the show in a blaze of glory, six months after his suspension - which he initially refuted, instead insisting he was merely 'taking a break' to help 'calm down'.
Last year, the reality star told Digital Spy: ‘The thing is I might be taking a break. Whenever I go on Geordie Shore, I go too wild – I just need to calm down.’
At the time he slammed claims he had been advised by producers to curb his partying ways, calling the reports ‘s***e’, saying: ‘At the end of the day if it was true, would I still be here? Would I still be doing the show? Exactly.’
Out? Regarding Marty's behaviour, sources told the publication: 'Marty is just as bad if not worse than Scotty. He parties hard and it can get too much at times'