Former Premier League footballer Kieron Dyer broke down in tears during emotional scenes in the latest instalment of Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Former England footballer, Dyer, shared a harrowing account of childhood sexual abuse at the hand of his ‘monster’ great uncle.

Viewers saw the former Newcastle United and West Ham midfielder violently clash with instructor Jason ‘Foxy’ Fox in a “kill or be killed” scenario created by lead instructor Ant Middleton.

Kieron tackled Jason to the ground hitting out furiously as he screamed: “F*** you! F*** you!”.

News and Star: Twelve new recruits are being put through their paces by Ant Middleton and his team. (Channel 4)Twelve new recruits are being put through their paces by Ant Middleton and his team. (Channel 4)

Kieron Dyer opens up on childhood sex abuse

Following the violent scenes Dyer was pulled into the interrogation room for an emotional discussion with Ant Middleton in Sunday night’s episode.

Explaining the anger, Dyer said: "I was a victim of sexual abuse as a kid.

"I was 11 or 12 with a family member and this monster, well he was a f***ing p***k, turned me into a monster.

"The rest of my life, the amount of people I've hurt because of these personality traits.

"Like family, dad, mum, wife, you can go on and on.”

He continued: "And I always have the mindset of 'do you know what? Because I'm a victim, this is the way I am'.

"From today, when I come out of here, I am not a victim of sexual abuse.

"No more. Because every time I'm a victim, he wins. Every time I hurt my family, he wins."

The instructors were clearly moved as Dyer opened up about what he had been through as a child before he was forced to withdraw from the competition due to a rib injury.

Kieron Dyer first opened up about the abuse in 2018 after his ‘monster’ great uncle Kenny died.

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins continues on Sunday nights from 9pm on Channel 4.