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Man vs. everyone! Man vs. Food's Adam Richman came under fire earlier this week when he got into a heated argument with several tweeters. The Travel Channel star went as far as dropping the C-word and telling another to "grab a razor blade & draw a bath," but has since apologized for his actions.

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"I want to apologize for my inexcusable remarks. My behavior was unbecoming and unacceptable. I've long struggled with my body image and have worked very hard to achieve a healthy weight," he told Us Weekly in a statement.

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"Instead of responding to comments with compassion, I lashed out in anger," he continued. "I'm not asking for sympathy, but rather understanding and forgiveness. I can say with certainty that I'm taking a deep look at myself and I'm incredibly sorry to everyone I've hurt."

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According to Mediate, the Twitter bashing first began when Richman, 40, posted a selfie via Instagram. "Had ordered this suit from a Saville Row tailor over a year ago. Think I'm gonna need to take it in a little.... #Victory #EyesOnThePrize #AnythingIsPossible #fitness #transformation #thinspiration," he wrote. A blogger named Amber from the site Adipose Activist then wrote she "never liked Adam," which led to a nasty exchange between Richman and several others. The comments have since been deleted.

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Richman hosted the series "Man vs. Food," where he took on food challenges around the world, for four seasons until its end in April 2012. He since has lost a whopping 70 pounds, and showed off his accomplishment by posing naked for Cosmopolitan's UK July 2014 issue. In Men's Health last December, he wrote a personal essay on how he struggled with weight gain and health issues while shooting the food series.


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