A TV network has pulled the last season of a reality show after the winner was charged with killing her three-year-old adopted daughter.

Season 20 of 'Worst Cooks in America' starring Ariel Robsinson is no longer available to watch on The Food Network.

The 29-year-old and her husband Jerry Robinson, 34, have jointly been charged with homicide by child abuse following the death of Victoria Smith.

Police were called to the couple's home in Simpsonville, South Carolina, where the found the little girl unresponsive, WHNS reports.

A medical examination revealed Victoria had died as a result of several blunt force injuries.

Ariel and Jerry Robinson are both charged with killing Victoria
Ariel and Jerry Robinson are both charged with killing Victoria

Ariel, a retired teacher and wannabe stand-up comedian, won $25,000 (£18,250) after being crowned the Worst Cooks in America.

The programme's contestants all admitted having poor cooking skills and participated in a boot camp under the supervision of a celebrity.

Ariel took part in 'Worst Cooks in America' last year
Ariel took part in 'Worst Cooks in America' last year

The Food Network has scrubbed all content related to season 20 which was filmed in February 2020 and aired last year.

The content is not available on the Food Network’s Discovery+, Hulu or YouTube page but episode summaries are still available on the official website.

The 29-year-old won the series
The 29-year-old won the series

Ariel told the Greenville News last year that she had adopted three children, who moved in with her family in March 2020.

One of the children was Victoria.

If convicted they both could be jailed for 20 years
If convicted they both could be jailed for 20 years

She told WYFF4 in August: "I just know that the Lord had his hands on me and he had a purpose for me to go on there.

"He knew we were going through this adoption, we really could use the money and he just let everything work out for our good."

She added she planned to use her winnings from the show for a fun trip with her large family.

"I want to take them to a waterpark resort or the beach. A vacation, so we can do one big thing as a family this year,' she said.

Victoria had spent most of her short life in foster care before she was adopted by the family.

If convicted the couple could face 20 years in jail.