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Chuck Liddell James Maslow Big Brother Omarosa accused the White House of “backstabbing” her on “Celebrity Big Brother”
Wallace Pearson | 11 February, 2018, 05:16

After spilling major tea on Celebrity Big Brother about her time in Trump's White House, Omarosa Manigault Newman was reportedly hospitalized for a non-serious injury while filming the reality show.

Manigault Newman left the White House late previous year under a cloud after her access pass to the White House complex was terminated by the Secret Service.

Shannon might be able to spell ridiculously long words in Veto comps, but I wasn't so sure she made the right long-term choice there this last round by flipping the vote and ripping up her alliance. "We gotta talk about Omarosa?".

Is Omarosa leaving Celebrity Big Brother? Her current condition is not known. The CBB live feeds went down during the competition but when they came back Manigault wasn't there and Marissa Jaret Winokur and Ross Mathews were seen talking about the former Apprentice star and whether she would be allowed to come back to the show.

The CNN anchor was crying with tears of laughter as CNN commentator Simone Sanders blasted the former Trump aide who is now starring on the show "Celebrity Big Brother".

"Marissa is salty that Omarosa is in the hospital getting 'recharged.' Didn't she PUT her there?"

Marissa said that during a conversation with Ross Matthews; earlier, Ross asked, "Is she coming back?" and commented about her being away all night.

A couple of Twitter users said that Manigault faked the injury to get a break and rest that isn't easily available in the house.

Shannon knew she had just moved up to the top of the list for targets on the opposing side with Omarosa and Keshia.

Then-Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Omarosa Manigault Newman attend a church service, in Detroit on September 3, 2016.

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