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I’m A Celebrity’s Larry Lamb has been struggling to cope as his stint in the jungle has “undone a lifetime of therapy”, according to ejected Danny Baker.

The former EastEnders star let rip at Martin Roberts on Saturday night’s show for dominating the group before labeling him a “lower middle class snob”.

And fellow campmate Baker, 59, told how the infighting in camp has deeply troubled Larry, 69.

Speaking after leaving the jungle, he said: “Larry has been through so much therapy that he is told if there is any conflict, abscond yourself from it.

“When there was conflict with me and Martin he would busy himself doing something.

“But he has gone through this now and all this therapy is being undone.

“Well done ITV.”

After Martin, 53, had suggested drawing straws to decide whether Sam Quek , 28, or Wayne Bridge , 36, should take part in Panic Pipeline, Larry snapped: “They’re sorting it out between themselves.”

It was then unanimously decided that pulling straws was a good suggestion.

Attempting to clear the air after the dispute, Martin approached Larry and said: “I’m sorry if I antagonise you with my suggestions, I don’t mean to, ever.”

But Larry replied: “Look, everyone plays it off the back foot.

As Wayne reasoned “Martin is harmless,” Larry shot back: “He’s harmless because he’s rendered harmless.

“He’s a f***ing lower middle class snob that’s what he is.”

Some viewers branded Larry a “bully” while others insisted he was only saying what people were thinking.

Throughout his life, Larry has received therapy to help with a series of broken relationships .

His first counselling session was in 1982 when he split with his second wife Linda.

It was there he found out that alcohol had a “tendency to fire me up, not to the point of physical violence, but certainly until my temper became very short fused”.

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few years later he saw a therapist again where he had five sessions a week for three months.

He said: “I remember spending days going into the whole relationship with my father, sometimes the emotion really affecting me physically, as though I was actually shaking him out of me and off me”.

In his autobiography Larry revealed how his parents feuding left him in turmoil until they split and he always had a fraught relationship with his dad Ron.

Speaking about the life he has given to his children and always wanted, he said: “My little girls live happily, they never have to worry about their mum and dad.

‘This is the life I knew I was due.

“It took me nearly fifty years to figure it out and to get to that point.”