Jack Maynard Biography
Jack Maynard was born on 23rd November 1994 in Brighton, United Kingdom to Helen and Gary Maynard. He has two siblings, namely Connor and Anna. He is an English Youtuber, capital radio show host and DJ.
He was a presenter for Made In Bristol’s “The Source,” a show dedicated to bringing locals the latest in everything from entertainment to food and drink.
In 2013 he started his youtube channel which saw an incredible rise just after his first Q&A video, introducing his channel.He has a great sense of humor and subtle sarcasm which makes his channel enjoyable.
He is known for his challenge videos in which he collaborates with other famous YouTubers like Joe Sugg, LucyAndLydia, Jasper, Thatcher Joe and others. He also collaborates with his brother and singer, Connor Maynard, as well as sister Anna for hilarious sibling challenges and Q&A.
He also owns a channel called ‘JackMaynardVlogs’, where he has revealed his funny self, talks about vacations and other details about his rather eventful life.
Jack Maynard Age
Jack Maynard was born on 23rd November 1994 in Brighton, United Kingdom.
Jack Maynard Family
His parents are Gary Maynard and Hellen Maynard. He has an older brother Conor Maynard and a sister Ann Maynard.
Jack Maynard Girlfriend
Jack has been dating former Page 3 model and Love Island contestant Danielle Sellers, although they have now broken up. Jack and Danielle were introduced by Jack’s pop star older brother Conor. Danielle is known for her modelling work. He grew close to Made in Chelsea star Georgia “Toff” Toffolo while in the jungle.
Jack Maynard Personal Trainer
Before his web career, he worked as a personal trainer.
Where Does Jack Maynard Live
Jack is originally from Brighton but he later moved to Bristol with his family, and he currently lives in London.
Jack Maynard Tattoos
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is Jack Maynard Gay
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Jack Maynard News: Why Jack Maynard left I’m A Celebrity 2017
Source: The Sun UK
On 21 November 2017, Ant and Dec shocked viewers by saying Jack had left the show at the start of that night’s show.
As the pair made the announcement, a spokesperson for the YouTube star released a statement confirming Jack was leaving the jungle.
It said: “In the last few days Jack has been the subject of a succession of media stories which, given his position as a contestant on ‘I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here’ – filmed in the Australian jungle, with no contact with the outside world, he has been unable to respond to.
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“Since it is only fair that everyone should be aware of any allegations made against them and should also have the right to defend themselves, it was agreed that it would be better to bring him out of the show.”
It then emerged that as well as racist and homophobic tweets Jack had sent he had also begged a 14-year-old fan to send him nude pictures.
According to the Mirror, the YouTube sensation, told her that her “boobs are so nice” and “would look good in a bra shot” but later branded her a “bore” and “ugly freak”, when she refused to share pictures.
The messages were reportedly sent from Jack’s Facebook account – which has since been taken down – in December 2011, when he was 17.
Speaking about the incident, the girl said: “He was 16, I was 14. It was something that happens to everyone.
“I never once felt harassed. We were kids, it’s not once harmed me at all in any way. It’s in the past. It is a serious allegation to make, but you’re a kid, you make mistakes.
“He didn’t know how old I was, and I didn’t know how old he was at the time. I cannot stress enough that the messages were harmless.”
The Sun also uncovered that Jack once made a creepy YouTube video where he and his brother guessed the age of teenage girls.
How has Jack responded since he left the jungle?
Following a number of damaging stories in the press, Jack broke his silence on the scandal by releasing an emotional YouTube video.
Speaking on his 23rd birthday he said: “I’m sorry to anyone that I upset, anyone that I offended, anyone I made feel uncomfortable.
“Growing up I was all over social, my entire life was on social media an through that it led to be my job.
“I’ve tweeted some bad things, some horrible things, that I’m just ashamed of.
“I never wanted to make anything like this, I feel like I’ve let you guys down so much, I was young, I was stupid, I was careless I just wasn’t thinking.”
On March 1, 2018 Jack explained on GMB about what had happened when he was told by producers that he had to leave the jungle.
He said: “It was pretty horrible, it was quite scary to be honest as I got taken out first thing in the morning, I didn’t know what was going on.
“I went to the medical hut to be greeted by the producers who didn’t really tell me much at the time and said there had been some accusations and they had to take me out of the show.
“I was panicking; I didn’t know what was going on.”
The Sun exclusively revealed a series of tweets by Jack when the show started.
In one racist tweet, posted online in June 2011, he said he was “At alices with my n****s!” He also repeatedly calls people “retards”.
In another post he tweeted pics of people with deformities with comments “in his prime” and “Ahahahaha! Sooo funny!” On one image of a black man with bulging eyes he added: “looking greatttt!!”
As the ITV show launched, Jack admitted the words he used were “inflammatory” and “insulting”.
Immediately following the emergence of his tweets a spokesman for Jack said: “Jack is ashamed of these tweets, many were deleted a long time ago.
“He would never use that language now and realises this kind of retaliatory, inflammatory, insulting language is completely unacceptable.”