Sabrina Frederick talks about immigrating to Australia and says she never felt like she fit in

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She’s one of SAS Australia‘s top recruits, but Sabrina Frederick was pulled into an interrogation on Tuesday after disappointing the show’s DS (directing staff) with her performance in an escape room.

After freeing herself, the 23-year-old AFLW player chose to leave behind her teammates, Merrick Watts and James Magnussen.

‘I like you. You’re driven, psychologically strong, physically strong, versatile, adaptable, you take on information well… Tonight, I was f**king gutted,’ chief instructor Ant Middleton told her during the interrogation. 

Explaining herself: She's one of SAS Australia's top recruits, but Sabrina Frederick was pulled into an interrogation on Tuesday after disappointing the show's DS (directing staff) with her performance in an escape room

Explaining herself: She’s one of SAS Australia’s top recruits, but Sabrina Frederick was pulled into an interrogation on Tuesday after disappointing the show’s DS (directing staff) with her performance in an escape room

Acknowledging her mistake during the escape room exercise, Sabrina confessed that she was ‘pretty disappointed’ in herself.

Asked where she gets her ‘drive’ and ‘attention to detail’ from, Sabrina revealed that growing up, she often had to take care of herself.

‘My parents split up when I was pretty young. My mum remarried an Australian, so we moved over to Australia and lived in Perth for a little bit,’ she explained.

Upsetting: Acknowledging her mistake during the escape room exercise, Sabrina confessed that she was 'pretty disappointed' in herself

Upsetting: Acknowledging her mistake during the escape room exercise, Sabrina confessed that she was ‘pretty disappointed’ in herself

'I like you. You're driven, psychologically strong, physically strong, versatile, adaptable, you take on information well... Tonight, I was f**king gutted,' chief instructor Ant Middleton told her during the interrogation

‘I like you. You’re driven, psychologically strong, physically strong, versatile, adaptable, you take on information well… Tonight, I was f**king gutted,’ chief instructor Ant Middleton told her during the interrogation

‘I actually felt like I was probably on the outside a bit. I moved to a country-ish town, and I was probably the only English black kid at my school other than my two siblings…

‘Right from the beginning, I felt a bit off, and I was always the tubby kid who was really hands-on and loved sport, and AFL was probably what got me in with the kids at school. Being able to actually play, I managed to develop some friends.’ 

She later added: ‘I had a British accent, and I almost felt like I didn’t really have someone who understood me.’  

'Right from the beginning, I felt a bit off, and I was always the tubby kid who was really hands-on and loved sport, and AFL was probably what got me in with the kids at school,' she reflected

‘Right from the beginning, I felt a bit off, and I was always the tubby kid who was really hands-on and loved sport, and AFL was probably what got me in with the kids at school,’ she reflected

Despite her slip up earlier, Sabrina continued to be a clear favourite.

‘Keep being you, but just remember, it’s a long way to go and it’s a long way to fall for you as well. Do not take your eye off the ball,’ Ant told her. 

Earlier in the night, Sabrina had been led into a darkened room, where she was blindfolded and chained up to stake on the wall in front of her. 

Feeling around on the wall, she soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free, exciting the show’s DS.

Great escape: Earlier in the night, Sabrina had been led into a darkened room, where she was blindfolded and chained up to stake on the wall in front of her. Feeling around on the wall, she soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free

Great escape: Earlier in the night, Sabrina had been led into a darkened room, where she was blindfolded and chained up to stake on the wall in front of her. Feeling around on the wall, she soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free

But their euphoria was short-lived when she quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind. 

‘She’s f**king done a runner,’ pointed out DS Jason Fox, as they watched on in disappointment.

SAS Australia continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel Seven 

Gone: She quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind. 'She's f**king done a runner,' pointed out DS Jason Fox, as they watched on in disappointment

Gone: She quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind. ‘She’s f**king done a runner,’ pointed out DS Jason Fox, as they watched on in disappointment

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