Omarosa Hospitalized After Suffering Injury On 'Celebrity Big Brother!'

Omarosa Hospitalized After Suffering Injury On 'Celebrity Big Brother!'

Omarosa Hospitalized After Suffering Injury On 'Celebrity Big Brother!'

"Omarosa was sacked three times on the apprentice and this was the fourth time we let her go", said Raj Shah, a White House Principal Deputy Press Secretary and Deputy Assistant to the President. "It's not", she said of Donald Trump's presidency, while breaking into tears on Wednesday's episode.

"You knocked her out and did so wonderfully", Mathews could be heard whispering to the former Hairspray star as they joked about the competition.

After her humiliating exit from the administration, Omarosa appeared on "Good Morning America", intimating that she'd be spilling White House secrets.

'I put [Omarosa] in the hospital, ' she added.

Manigault Newman continued, "It's not my circus".

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"When I have a chance to tell my story, Michael, I have quite a story to tell", Manigault Newman said to Michael Strahan at the time. Contestants would typically share two bottles of wine and a few six-packs of beer each night, but producers are reportedly anxious celebrities are more reserved than regular people, so the decision to turn up the booze supply makes sense.

Deadline reports that the former White House director of communications was either participating in a challenge of dizzy bowling or dizzy golf when she found herself in a (you guessed it) dizzy spell.

The news follows Omarosa's tearful breakdown recounting her time working for President Trump on Thursday's episode.

In December, officials announced that Omarosa had "resigned" her position in the office of public liaison. But earlier this week, White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah suggested that might not be the case. She has no contact now'.

"No, it's gonna not be OK", she said.

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