A FORMER Team Scotland star and personal trainer has been attacked online over allegations he sent vile threats to a client.
Sean Campsie, who last attended the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia, appeared to launch a scathing attack on the woman in a series of WhatsApp messages.
In texts sent to the former client, the 29-year-old athlete called the woman “obese” and told her she “did the wrong person”.
Screenshots of the conversation were posted online.
Campsie, from Livingston, later took to Instagram and apologized to his family and friends.
But he escalated the offensive messages, claiming the client breached his contract and ended up telling him how to get his job done.
Campsie said he had to “put her in her place,” adding, “She’s a bloody mess.”
He said: “A psychotic ex-client turned everyone against me for some reason. It’s like something you do in high school. It’s so bloody tragic, it’s unbelievable.”
In a foul-mouthed tirade, he added: “It’s a client who’s breaking the contract and telling me how to do my job and run my own business and I put her in her damn position and tell her that she does.” bloody mess.
“It’s a business, so there are always people who aren’t happy, in this case, psychotic ones.”
He then boasted that the allegations would not affect his business and claimed he was making just under £10,000 a month.
He added: “I run an online business so I market through Instagram. There are a billion people on Instagram. Just 50 customers costs £10,000 a month and you really think what you say is going to affect my bloody business.
“They don’t understand that what they’re doing is completely irrelevant, that it doesn’t make any sense at all.”
Campsie competed for Team Scotland at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Queensland, Australia.
He finished last in the 100m butterfly final at the games.
Campsie recently started his own personal training business in 2021, where he works as an online trainer and is based in Dubai.
A spokesman for Team Scotland said: “Sean last competed for Team Scotland five years ago, at the 2018 Commonwealth Games and during that games period was only responsible for Commonwealth Games Scotland.”
“We strongly condemn any inappropriate behavior.”
Campsie was contacted for comment.
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