London - Britain's Sarah Ferguson stormed out of a TV interview after being asked to watch incriminating footage of herself.
The Duchess of York – who was caught out by an undercover reporter attempting to sell access to her former trade envoy ex-husband Prince Andrew
last year – walked out of Australian show 60 Minutes
when reporter Michael Usher attempted to show her the video tape of the incident.
The former royal's manager John Scott has since demanded producer Hamish Thomson doesn't include the walk-out in the live cut of the interview, as he claims Sarah was "ambushed".
He told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: "He hasn't had the decency to get back to me. Nor has Channel Nine boss David Gyngell, despite showing the duchess in the worst possible light.'F**k them'
"We had gone through all the questions and subject matter beforehand and filmed all the walking in the park footage before we sat down.
"She did walk out when she was ambushed - no, it was entrapment - but after cooling down she said to me, 'F**k them, let's do this', and she did, but it was a banal interview and her demeanour reflected that."
However, Mr Thomson refutes the claims, citing the fact that Sarah has openly spoken out about the incident on a number of TV chat shows since she was caught out last year.
He said: "She agreed to talk about the issue, as she has already extensively done, so it certainly wasn't entrapment."