Hollyoaks' Jamie Lomas all smiles after Asan N’Jie brawl

Jamie Lomas has emerged for the first time since his nasty brawl with Emmerdale star Asan N’Jie at the TV Choice Awards.

The Hollyoaks actor met up with some of his pals from 2017’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! which he was a contestant on.

In a cosy photo shared on his Instagram, Jamie looks happy and relaxed, and is smiling broadly while posing next to Georgia Toffolo, Denis Wise and Jack Maynard.

The TV star captioned the image: ‘Always nice to see family ❤ @denniswise11 @[email protected]_maynard x.’

I’m A Celebrity winner Toff also wrote: ‘Special lunch catching up with my jungle buddies missing a few of our other lovely friends @[email protected] @denniswise11 [sic].’

Jack, 24, joked: ‘Luckily I wasn’t kicked out of the restaurant.’

It seems the special lunch was bought and paid for by Toff as retired footballer Denis said: ‘Thanks for lunch Toff.’

Earlier this week, Jamie clashed with Asan while leaving the TV Choice Awards, held at the plush Hilton Park Lane Hotel in London on Monday night.

Photos obtained by The Sun show Asan furiously shouting towards Jamie, who is bundled away by his Hollyoaks pal Malique Thompson-Dwyer.

Sources claim Asan threatened to ‘kill’ and ‘knife’ Jamie, 44, who is set to return to Hollyoaks later this year as Warren Fox.

The incident led to Emmerdale sacking Asan, who played Ellis Chapman, on Wednesday. The young actor was pictured being escorted from the set after meetings with ITV producers who launched an investigation.

Confirming his departure from the soap, an ITV spokesperson said: ‘Emmerdale suspended Asan N’Jie yesterday pending further investigation into an incident at a central London hotel on Monday night. ITV executives have met with him this morning and as a consequence Asan’s contract has been terminated with immediate effect.’

Asan said in his own statement: ‘My behaviour at the TV Choice Awards was completely unacceptable and very much out of character.

‘I sincerely apologise to everybody who has been affected especially Jamie Lomas, the whole Emmerdale team, our audience, ITV, my family, and the organisers of the TV Choice Awards. I am devastated, accept full responsibility for my actions and I am determined to learn from this.’

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