Published: Sun, February 11, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Darrell Mcdonald

Omarosa leaves "Celebrity Big Brother" house for medical attention

Omarosa leaves

Omarosa Manigault is back. again.

In a new clip, Central State University's favorite daughter Omarosa finally let the cat out the bag and detailed her time spent at the White House on Celebrity Big Brother.

CBS confirmed Manigault was rushed to the hospital following an asthma attack, according to Deadline.

Later on, during a convo in the house between Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur, Marissa discussed Omarosa's "injury" and suggested that she may have "put her in the hospital". There were reports she had been pulled from future episodes while she got medical treatment.

Winokur returned to the live feed on Saturday to echo the fan's theory - that Manigault drummed up an asthma attack to get some rest in the hospital. Eventually, they came more bluntly to the subject of Manigault. "She's going to be OK", Winokur said. "You just did so wonderfully".

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"I don't know", Newman said. "I feel like everyone was like she fell off the statue and then that little fat girl spun around in a circle and bowled her a** off".

Along with Winokur and Mathews, Omarosa is also competing against former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Brandi Glanville, Big Time Rush's James Maslow, The Cosby Show's Keshia Knight Pulliam and former National Basketball Association player Metta World Peace, among others.

Celebrity Big Brother airs Fridays, Sundays, Mondays and Wednesdays at 8/7c on CBS.

In her short time on the show, she has already made headlines for saying she would not vote for President Donald Trump "in a million years, never" and that she was "haunted by tweets" from the president during her time at the White House. "I felt like I was serving my country, not serving him". "What is he gonna tweet next?"

Newman also told Matthews that she "tried to be that person" who would talk sense into Trump and try to steer him from bad decisions.

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