SAS Australia’s Sabrina Frederick says leaving behind teammates during challenge was ‘a mistake’ 

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Sabrina Frederick caused shockwaves when she freed herself and left behind her teammates during a brutal challenge on Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia

After the episode aired, the 23-year-old AFLW player defended herself on Instagram after being widely slammed by fans. 

Alongside several images from the show, she wrote at length: ‘Words can’t explain just how cold it really was. A long and challenging day that led me to a decision made under pressure that resulted in a mistake.

Standing up for herself: Sabrina Frederick (pictured) caused shock waves when she freed herself and left behind her teammates during a brutal challenge on Tuesday's episode of SAS Australia. After the episode aired, the 23-year-old AFLW player defended herself on Instagram

Standing up for herself: Sabrina Frederick (pictured) caused shock waves when she freed herself and left behind her teammates during a brutal challenge on Tuesday’s episode of SAS Australia. After the episode aired, the 23-year-old AFLW player defended herself on Instagram

”’She would never leave us” hurts to hear; I was kicking myself and still to this day, months on I still kick myself when I think about it. 

‘To me people that support me are everything. I quickly understood the task was to do something and by the time I worked out I needed to free the boys – it was too late and I lost focus.

‘A mistake made under pressure, however, this was a pivotal day in my growth and tested whether I would get back up again or continue to let it get to me. 

Alongside several images from the show, she wrote at length: 'Words can't explain just how cold it really was. A long and challenging day that led me to a decision made under pressure that resulted in a mistake'

Alongside several images from the show, she wrote at length: ‘Words can’t explain just how cold it really was. A long and challenging day that led me to a decision made under pressure that resulted in a mistake’

She added: '''She would never leave us" hurts to hear; I was kicking myself and still to this day, months on I still kick myself when I think about it'

She added: ”’She would never leave us” hurts to hear; I was kicking myself and still to this day, months on I still kick myself when I think about it’ 

‘We all make mistakes but taking that mistake and turning it into a lesson is a choice. Love you boys. Next week it only get’s tougher.’ 

Fans slammed the footy player on Twitter after she managed to unchain herself during a kidnapping simulation, but chose to leave James Magnussen and Merrick Watts bound and blindfolded.   

‘Why Sabrina? Why?’ tweeted one viewer, while another fan wrote, ‘Not good teamwork there Sabrina’.     

During the challenge, Sabrina, James and Merrick were all led into a dark room, where they were blindfolded and chained to a post on the wall. 

Oh dear: Fans slammed the footy player on Twitter after she managed to unchain herself during a kidnapping simulation, but chose to leave James Magnussen and Merrick Watts bound and blindfolded

 Oh dear: Fans slammed the footy player on Twitter after she managed to unchain herself during a kidnapping simulation, but chose to leave James Magnussen and Merrick Watts bound and blindfolded

Way out: During the challenge, Sabrina, James and Merrick were all led into a dark room, where they were blindfolded and chained to a post on the wall

Way out: During the challenge, Sabrina, James and Merrick were all led into a dark room, where they were blindfolded and chained to a post on the wall

After feeling around on the wall in front of her, Sabrina soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free, after which she quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind.   

Meanwhile, a disbelieving Merrick, 46, couldn’t believe Sabrina would leave him and James behind, after praising her for being a ‘team player’.

‘Sabrina’s a team player. I believe that. I’ve seen her. I’ve seen her give and give and give. Why would she leave us?’ he told James, 29. 

Out! Sabrina soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free, after which she quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind

 Out! Sabrina soon located a pair of pliers and managed to cut herself free, after which she quietly snuck out of the escape room and left her fellow recruits behind

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