STRICTLY'S Seann Walsh has been slammed by a domestic violence charity after choke-slamming his girlfriend Grace in an Instagram video.
The 34-year-old comic can be seen grabbing his partner around the throat before chucking her onto a bed in the clip, which Grace posted on her social media account.
Seann is topless as he throws one hand around Grace's neck, with Grace pulling a distressed face as he hurls her onto the mattress.
However, it was clearly filmed in good spirits as she giggles after landing, with Seann hollering into the camera before the video ends.
Grace simply captioned the clip: "Wrestlemania", and her followers found it hilarious as they commented laughing emojis.
However, Solace Women's Aid have spoken out against the "disturbing" clip as they slammed Seann for "normalising" violence against women.
Shaista Aziz, a spokesperson for the charity, told The Sun Online: "Glamorising choking women and grabbing women by the throat is starting to become more prevalent in imagery posted on Instagram and social media and by high profile people.
"Violence and violence against women and girls should never be normalised in any form – it is disturbing to see these images."
Solace Women's Aid work to prevent male violence against women and girls, as well as supporting domestic violence survivors.
The Sun Online have contacted Seann's rep for comment.
Seann made headlines in 2018 when he was pictured kissing his married Strictly Come Dancing partner, Katya Jones, while he was himself in a relationship.
Both stars quickly apologised for the scandal and continued competing on the show together, with Seann's devastated girlfriend dumping him at the time.
Katya and her husband Neil remained together before splitting the following year.
In April 2019, Seann stepped out with new girlfriend Grace, who holds a striking resemblance to stunning Katya.
They have kept a relatively low profile, and in August Seann released a foul-mouthed rant explaining his decision to quit social media after being targeted by trolls.
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