Nadia Essex looks miserable as she's spotted for the first time since she was axed from Celebs Go Dating for being a Twitter troll

The 36-year-old looked miserable during a dog walk in Fulham today after she was exposed as a Twitter troll, and subsequently sacked from the E4 show.

The TV personality failed to crack a smile as she walked along the river, wearing dark sunglasses to keep a low profile.

After a chaotic twenty-four hours, Nadia was seen intently checking her phone during the outing – despite the drama stemming from her presence online.

Nadia was axed from her role on Celebs Go Dating yesterday, after being exposed as a Twitter troll.

The Sun revealed the relationships advisor had used fake accounts to aim vile abuse at her critics, as well as co-star Eden Blackman.

The pair fell out in mid 2017 when Eden unfollowed Nadia on Twitter, citing her antagonistic posts and the tone of her words as the reason.

Eden, 51, then discovered Nadia messaged former Celebs Go Dating star Stephanie Pratt last October, to encourage her to report him to production company Lime Pictures for hitting on her.

Stephanie later said Eden had "never made her feel uncomfortable on set", while Eden branded the claims "absurd".

The disputed Twitter profiles were created in February with the handles Valthesal and Jackthemainman1, and also hit out at users who were critical of Nadia.

The findings led Eden to demand Nadia come clean with a public apology. In her replies to date, she has neither denied or admitted being behind the accounts.

Nadia has since been replaced on the E4 series by The Ultimate Matchmaker star Lara Asprey, who has "saved the day" given filming for the new series is already underway.

A TV insider said: "She is exactly what producers are after in terms of Nadia’s replacement; she’s classy, has the credentials and is already experienced in fronting a dating show."

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