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Vicki Michelle caught up in CBB bust up

Published 23/09/2015

Vicki Michelle
Vicki Michelle

'Allo 'Allo! Vicki Michelle star was reportedly glassed during an incident on a Celebrity Big Brother spinoff show yesterday (22Sep15).

(Cover) - EN TV - Actress Vicki Michelle was rushed to hospital last night (22Sep15) after a brawl on Celebrity Big Brother's Bit on the Side.

The former 'Allo 'Allo! star sat on the panel of the CBB spinoff alongside Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace and US contestants Farrah Abraham, Jenna Jameson and Janice Dickinson.

According to Britain's The Sun newspaper, things kicked off during a discussion about "anger issues". While Vicki wasn't directly involved, she took the brunt of the outburst.

“It was absolute chaos. Glasses and then a chair went flying and Vicki ended up injured in the process," an on-set source said.

“Everyone was screaming and sobbing. Vicki, who hadn’t caused anything herself, was caught in the crossfire and ended up being glassed.”

Janice's spokesman has confirmed she threw the chair.

The Channel 5 show was on a time delay, so bosses were able to cut off before the incident.

Host Rylan Clark's seemed shaken when the cameras were back on him and the show finished 12 minutes earlier than planned.

"Apologies we had to cut transmission due to reasons out of our control. Thanks to our loyal audience and viewers," he tweeted.

Vicki has also taken to Twitter to confirm she's in good health.

"Been checked over...going home now. B**ody hurt! But thank you for worrying, I'm ok...I think! X ," she posted.

Aisleyne also confirmed she wasn't hurt during the brawl, writing: "Thanx (sic) for the concerned tweets I'm fine at home There seems to be a lot of misconstrued stories I will set the record straight I'm tired now."

Farrah, Jenna and Janice are yet to speak out about the incident.

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