BBC has announced Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended "following a fracas" with a producer.

BBC has announced Jeremy Clarkson has been suspended "following a fracas" with a producer.

After the "n word" and Patagonia Special scandals, Jeremy Clarkson is once again in hot waters as the 54-year-old presenter has been suspended "pending an investigation" after a dispute with a producer. Moreover, this week's Top Gear episode originally scheduled to air on Sunday will not be broadcasted.

This is a tricky situation for Clarkson taking into account last year he received a final warning from BBC after he was accused of making racist remarks during Top Gear filming. Moreover, the show's executive producer described last year as being “an annus horribilis” for Top Gear.

Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond have a contract with BBC for Top Gear which will expire next month and according to a recent report from UK they are about to sign a new three-year deal, but this new scandal might have a negative impact on the negotiations.

BBC suspends Jeremy Clarkson after dispute with producer; Top Gear won’t air on Sunday