The US reality star has said she was ‘assaulted twice’ by Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace.
Former ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ contestant Farrah Abraham has said she will press charges against Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace over an incident which took place during the filming of ‘Bit On The Side’ last week. The ‘CBB’ companion show had to be pulled off the air by Channel 5, after a row broke out between panelists Abraham and Horgan-Wallace.
Farah Abraham has said she will press charges against Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace.
In a Q&A Abraham said, ‘I was assaulted twice by Aisleyne Horgan Wallace and Janice Dickinson. After speaking with the police and my lawyer, I have pressed charges against Aisleyne and am considering issuing a lawsuit against Janice. I can confirm that Aisleyne did assault me and it is now in the hands of the police.’
The scrape left former ‘Allo’ Allo’ actress Vicki Michelle hospitalised.
Police are said to be investigating a fight which took place during ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ companion show ‘Bit On The Side’, which left actor Vicki Michelle hospitalised. Michelle was said to be injured after champagne glasses were allegedly thrown during a row between evicted housemate Farrah Abraham and former contestant Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace.
Farrah Abraham was reportedly involved in a fight during a live broadcast of ‘Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side’.
A statement from Hertfordshire police read, “Hertfordshire constabulary received a report at 10.55pm on the evening of Tuesday 22 September regarding an incident which is alleged to have occurred in the Elstree Studios in Borehamwood. The incident occurred a short time before the call.”
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