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Omarosa Returns to Celebrity #BigBrother After Suffering Asthma Attack — Find Out What Triggered the Attack!

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Omarosa Manigault was temporarily removed from the Celebrity Big Brother house this weekend after suffering an asthma attack.

The fired White House staffer was rushed to the hospital after competing in a physical challenge for the reality show on Saturday evening.

A statement from CBS confirmed the incident:

“Omarosa has returned to the Celebrity Big Brother house after receiving medical attention last night and today for an asthma attack. This development will be addressed on the Sunday night broadcast.”

Based on live feeds, Omarosa’s injury stemmed from getting hit with a ball during the “Spinning Golf” competition — were spinning around until dizzy was required.

“Even though I didn’t win the competition, I won that round,” Winokur 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.”

Omarosa’s co-star’s, Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur were heard on the live feeds discussing the incident — indicating that Marissa “knocked” Omarosa out before adding,  “she’ll be okay.”

Listen to house guests discuss the incident below.

After being evaluated by doctors, Omarosa returned to the set.

On Friday, mixed martial artist Chuck Liddell was evicted from the house. 

*Spoilers below*

Ross won HoH. Former NBA player Metta World Peace, quit the show, he walked out of the BB house and then returned later.

Celebrity Big Brother airs Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 8:00 p.m. ET on CBS

 

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