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Jurell Carter was forced to deny sharing an explicit video of himself on Instagram over the weekend.

The mix up came after Emmerdale star, who is known for portraying farmer Nate Robinson on the popular ITV soap opera, took to his social media account to share a clip of himself with just his bare upper torso visible.

In the short footage, the 25 year old could be seen looking straight into the camera with his mouth slight open as he moved up and down while working out.

Over the post, he wrote: "Physically I'm sweating on a dull day in Yorkshire mentally I'm in Jamaica on the beach sippin couple cocktails… we move".

The actor was immediately inundated by messages and questions by fans about what exactly he was doing in the clip, forcing him to give an explanation.

Posting several laughing emojis, he wrote: "Let a man live. I was on my spin bike.”

The star then deleted the two posts from his page, but keen followers had already taken a screenshot of them and shared them across social media for all to see.

“It looked like he had posted his own sex tape by mistake," one person remarked, while another said: "Disappointed to realise he was just riding his bike.”

It comes three months after the star seemingly hit out at Emmerdale for promoting the coronavirus vaccine, which he called "experimental".

Prior to his rant, it was revealed Emmerdale would become the first British soap to show a character receiving the vaccination.

It was announced that Eric Pollard, who is played by 72 year old Chris Chittell, told his family he had been vaccinated in scenes aired in March.

However, Jurell appeared to disagree with the soap's latest storyline, taking to Instagram to rant about the vaccine.

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"If you wanna take this EXPERIMENTAL vaccine, go ahead but don't start pushing people to take it or start promoting it," he wrote.

Jurell continued: "I'm even seeing people demonising others for not wanting it… your body, your decision, my body, my decision."

"The blind leading the blind… And I'm not here for it," he continued to write.

Emmerdale was praised by Labour MP Chris Evans after it was announced they would show Eric telling his family he would be vaccinated.

Chris said: "Soap operas have such a massive reach sometimes more so than big advertising campaigns."

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