"That sort of misogynistic, crude, offensive behaviour is just not on.
"He certainly wasn't acting on behalf of Noosa council on the show, but he did reference his role on Noosa council which he shouldn't have done, and made in fact some play of the fact he was a politician on the Noosa council."
While Jess's position as an elected representative means he can't be fired, Wellington has encouraged him to resign.
"I'll be speaking with Jess about his future on the council. I don't see that he has a future on our council.
"I did speak to him this morning and I told him that my recommendation to him was that he resign from his position as councillor on the Noosa Council.
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"He is under the belief that he can brave it out, shall we say... he thinks that it's not as dramatic as some of the reactions I've been receiving."
Jess also spoke to Fitzy and Wippa, stating that he was ashamed of his “despicable” actions.
"I'm naturally a little bit of a flirtatious guy [but] I'm truly sorry. Angie deserves a hell of a lot better than that, every woman does," he said.
Speaking on The Kyle and Jackie O Show, the politician broke down as he revealed how his career had been destroyed in just 48 hours.
"I'm actually shaking. I'm totally not happy at myself and I do not applaud any of [my] actions," he confessed.
In a statement to 10 Daily, Jess said:
"It was not my intention to bring the Noosa Council or Noosa people into disrepute. I had the opportunity to find love on this show and I went for it."