DANCING On Ice bosses have refused to kick out Faye Brookes after she broke the show’s strict rules on Twitter.
HOAR revealed former Coronation Street star Faye Brookes had posted two Instagram pictures which breach strict contracts that everyone agrees to when they sign up for the ITV show.
She plugged a fitness massage gun called MyBodyFitPal and a clothing brand called Roxy Joggers.
Faye mentions the show’s name in the post – which is against the broadcaster’s rules.
Both posts were deleted after Faye was approached by this newspaper.
A third post, which mentions beauty brand Roccabox, remains up despite it also mentioning Dancing On Ice.
But ITV have now backed the 33-year-old and insist she remains a contestant.
A source said this week: “No one is telling the celebrities they can’t use their social media or have commercial deals.
“But what the contracts clearly state is that you need written permission in advance if you are going to use either ITV’s name or the name of the show.
“According to the contracts, the celebrities have to speak to ITV and get formal permission before any posts, which the deletion suggests Faye has not done.
“Ultimately, breaking a contract could result in the termination of a contract.”