‘The Challenge: XXX’: Tony Apologizes After Cheating On His Girlfriend With Camila

Remember when Camila and Tony were thrown out of 'The Challenge' for nearly killing each other? Well, now they're hooking up... and he has two kids at home. And now, he's apologizing.

Tony, Tony, Tony. Once again, The Real World: Skeletons alum is in hot water on The Challenge. In a new sneak peek of Dirty 30, he proves why he belongs there — by making out with Camila Nakagawa in the back of the bus on their way back from a night out. As a catch up, Camila and Tony Raines were actually partners on The Challenge: Rivals III and they were kicked off the show after a very intense, drunken fight.

There was an egg-smashing incident, and he actually got in her face. It seems that now they’ve sewn up the old wounds, and it wouldn’t be a big deal… had Tony been single.

You may remember Tony’s season of Skeletons: he fell for roommate Madison Walls-Channing, but his “skeleton” was his high school girlfriend Alyssa Giacone. Following his season, he began dating Madison, but on his first challenge in 2015, he cheated on her, they broke up, and she found out she was pregnant with his baby. They began co-parenting Harper.

Then he got back together with Alyssa, and they had a daughter together, who is now nine months old. He was still with Alyssa when this season began shooting — but not anymore. After seeing a sneak peek of the kiss, they allegedly broke up. “I may not wake up with a man but I wake up with coffee doesn’t lie about a cell phone or kissing other women on TV,” Alyssa wrote on her now-deleted Twitter at the time the trailer aired two months ago.

During the episode on Sept. 5, Tony decided not to live tweet, but did release the following statement, also adding that everything else will be approached at the reunion. “I’m beyond upset at myself and regardless of how it comes across on air, I blame no one but myself,” he wrote on Twitter. “Maybe I’ve apologized too many times or not enough about all the mistakes I’ve made, but I am very aware of my issues and everyday I’m growing and maturing. My focus now is working to keep my family together.”

Tony has now gotten used to the hate on social media, he told HollywoodLife.com when we spoke with him exclusive at the beginning of the season. “I’ve given my life to these shows. I haven’t hidden anything. I feel like I would be lying to myself if I tried to hide things,” he told us. “This is my life, there’s a lot of drama. I put myself in situations that aren’t ideal, that aren’t typical by societies guidelines. I just deal with it the best way I can. It’s hard being in the spotlight. I try to become a better person from it all, and learn from it.”

The Challenge: XXX airs on Tuesdays at 10 PM ET on MTV.

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