However, speaking to The Sun, Arg has insisted that this is not the case.
He told the newspaper: “Anyone who thinks Gemma faked the fall and risked life-threatening injuries is an idiot. She had a feeling that something was going to go wrong on the night… and she was right.”
HuffPost UK has also contacted representatives for both Gemma and Dancing On Ice for further comment.
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Since the incident on Sunday night, The Sun has reported that Gemma has been using a wheelchair, and is awaiting news from a doctor about whether she’ll be able to perform on the ice this week.
Following her fall, Gemma admitted she was “devastated” and “embarrassed”, claiming she channelled boxer Tyson Fury to help pull her through to the end of the performance.
She wrote on Instagram: “My heart is broken… but when I went down I thought of @gypsyking101 Tyson Fury and knew I had to get back up & carry on!”
It wasn’t all bad news for Gemma, though, as despite her fall, she went on to bag her highest score of the series in Sunday night’s show, bagging 16.5 points out of 40.