Omarosa Hospitalized For a 'Non-Serious Injury' While Filming 'Celebrity Big Brother'

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"I put her in the hospital".

Omarosa Manigault-Newman opened up about her time in the White House, tearing up on a reality television show while explaining the situation is "so bad", according to a out Thursday. "Celebrities, you better watch your back", said Manigault Newman, who was named one of TV Guide's "60 Nastiest TV Villains of All Time" in 2013. She also didn't have any nice words to say about President Donald Trump. The law enforcement agency, which protects the president, said in a statement that it was not responsible for escorting her off the premises.

Reps for CBS did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment. Marissa brought up Christmas Abbott, who was on last season and voted from the hospital after foot surgery, and then returned to the game.

Many seemed to allude to the fact that Winokur might have purposely injured the former aide to President Trump.

There's an interesting situation going down on the set of "Celebrity Big Brother" and not too surprisingly it involves Omarosa, of course. "It's not", Manigault-Newman said.

We don't conclusively know what the medical condition is beyond the alleged "asthma attack" that's being tentatively reported, though Marissa and the others are already skeptical that Omarosa is milking it just to get some rest at the hospital and stay out of the house for as long as possible.

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 was still not back in the house as of Saturday morning.



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