Celebrity Big Brother’s Rodrigo Alves ‘kicked out for inappropriate act’ says Dan Osborne
Rodrigo Alves was reportedly removed from Celebrity Big Brother for an “inappropriate act”.
Following the CBB final on Monday, Dan Osborne has spilled what apparently happened.
Channel 5 announced last month that Rodrigo Alves was removed from the house following a “further incident”.
Rodrigo was put on a ‘final warning’ just 24 hours into the series after his use of the ‘N word’.
However, Rodrigo claims he wasn’t removed but quit after he “demanded to leave” after pal Natalie Nunn became the first housemate to be evicted this series.
The exact circumstances of Rodrigo’s exit were not aired to viewers.
However insiders have claimed that Rodrigo allegedly behaved “seriously inappropriately” in scenes cut from the show.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “Rodrigo behaved seriously inappropriately inside the house. It came to the attention of producers who watched the footage back. After a discussion they decided the only course of action would be to remove him from the house. Producers wanted minimum disruption to the show after making their decision.”
Now Dan Osborne, who finished third in Monday’s final, has shed a little light on what we didn’t see.
In an interview with The Sun newspaper, he said cryptically: “There was an incident in the house, it was just something inappropriate, I didn’t appreciate it. I don’t really want to talk about it.”
Dan added: “I’ve had stories told about me, so I know it’s not nice. I don’t want to do that to anyone else. It wasn’t scary for me just uncomfortable… It’s just not me to talk about someone. I would rather not elaborate.”
In response, Rodrigo told the tabloid: “I need to concentrate on my new TV show here in Italy therefore I can’t deal with the current story. I have many plans at the moment which is to publish my book and my own fashion line.
“I would like to get away from TV reality shows and concentrate in making movies and on my TV presenting skills.”
Rodrigo recently spoke out to say sorry about his use of the N-word in the first week.
Celebrity Big Brother airs on Channel 5. The series will be followed by Big Brother beginning on Friday.