Tom Sandoval is attempting to pay penance for his highly publicized affair with Raquel Leviss.
“The whole country’s pissed off at me,” the “Vanderpump Rules” star says in a trailer released Wednesday for Season 2 of Fox’s upcoming star-studded reality series “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test.”
“I had an affair and I want to take a beating.”
In the clip, Sandoval — who made headlines in March for cheating on longtime girlfriend Ariana Madix with Leviss — appears to be sparring with another contestant.
The camera then flashes to a sullen, bloodied Sandoval, 40, who seems to have taken the very beating he requested.
It’s unclear exactly what the reality star experienced while filming the TV show, but at another point in the teaser, the seemingly downtrodden musician stood cold and silent outdoors.
The series features 16 celebrities from a myriad of backgrounds — including Blac Chyna and JoJo Siwa — who have agreed to undergo intense physical challenges led by ex-special forces operatives.
The stars were subjected to extreme tasks in the harshest of environments.
Sandoval’s “Special Forces” co-star Nick Viall previously claimed the TomTom co-owner — who began filming the show months after news of his dalliance broke — was flaunting photos of Leviss while on set.
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“He snuck in pictures of him and Rachel,” the “Bachelor” alum said on the Aug. 3 episode of his podcast, “The Viall Files.”
Viall, 42, revealed the cast of the Fox series was encouraging Sandoval to pursue Leviss, 28, at the time because he “came across as a guy who cared about her.”
“There seemed to be some real reluctance about [whether] the public would allow them to be together, but he came across — to me — as someone who had feelings and cared about Rachel,” Viall added.
Since filming wrapped, Sandoval began filming Season 11 of “Pump Rules,” which has been notably without Leviss.
Last week, the former beauty pageant contestant claimed Sandoval was seemingly being “awarded” for his role in the cheating scandal — dubbed Scandoval — while she hasn’t “seen a penny.”
“To me, that’s kind of gross because … it makes me skeptical … was this really just something that was fabricated for this end result?” Leviss said in an interview for Bethenny Frankel’s “Just B” podcast.
She also alleged Sandoval was offered a producer credit on the Bravo series, though reps for the TV show have since denied the claim.
Page Six also confirmed last week Leviss will not be returning to “VPR.”
The new season of “Special Forces: World’s Toughest Test” debuts Sept. 25 on Fox.