The Ukranian stunner, 28, told pals she thought she would get her own dressing room and cars to and from training but instead had to shack up with other dancers and take public transport.
Bosses have since managed to convince her to reconsider her decision but she’s still reeling over her treatment last year.
A source close to the star said: “Nadiya thought she would be brought in and be the star of the show.
“But she was quite surprised to learn that she wouldn’t get her own dressing room and that pros had to sometimes use public transport to get to rehearsals.
“Luckily they have managed to convince her to stay after some back and forth.”
She joined the show last year and reached the quarter finals with EastEnders star Davood Ghadami, 35.
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