Omarosa leaves 'Celebrity Big Brother' house for medical attention

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The deletion of the account came after Manigault Newman made her debut on the reality TV show "Big Brother: Celebrity Edition" Wednesday night.

CBS said Omarosa leaving the house would be addressed on Sunday's episode.

The former political aide was taken to the hospital around 3am after suffering injuries during a "Head of Household" competition in which she was hit by a ball during a spinning bowling competition.

Winokur adds, "I put her in the hospital", but includes that she's going to be OK.

Earlier in the conversation Ross asked: 'Is she gonna be back?'

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Unless Omarosa wins the Power of Veto she's nearly certainly done for within this game - she was on a tightrope the moment she entered the house because of her reputation and her politics to many other players. This includes producer supervision to ensure there is no access to information that would provide unfair advantage when returning to the competition.

She joined the series mere months after being unceremoniously fired from the White House. "It has been very, very challenging being the only African-American woman in the senior staff", she told "Nightline" at the time.

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

Ever since the show started, Omarosa has been making headlines with her statements about the Trump administration.

Manigault Newman was an assistant to the president and director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison until she left in December.

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He also attempted to diminish her role in the White House, telling reporters, "She had limited contact with the president while here".

Manigault Newman compared her loyalty to the president to that of Knight Pulliam for Bill Cosby. "She has no contact now".

Reps for CBS did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.

"You knocked her out", Matthews said.

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