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Big Brother reveals why Chanelle McCleary is staying despite a 'final final warning'

Big Brother has revealed why Chanelle McCleary was not removed from the house over fight night.

Chanelle remains on the show despite previously being given a formal and final warning for her behaviour.

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Sunday night saw an explosive highlights episode that ended in Lotan Carter being ejected from the house.

Security had to enter the house to break up a massive fight which involved many of the housemates.

Chanelle.
Chanelle.

Lotan and Isabelle first kicked off but it ended with almost every housemate rowing with one another.

Chanelle was seen throwing a glass on the floor before getting up to row with Lotan in the argument.

In Monday night's show, Chanelle "got a talking to" from Big Brother for her part in the clash.

“As you know several people behaved inappropriately last night," Big Brother told her in the Diary Room. Last night, after Lotan had thrown his drink across the room at you, Hannah and Deborah, you reacted by forcefully throwing your plastic glass onto the floor, resulting in it breaking.

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“Chanelle, you have already had a formal and final warning for your aggressive behaviour.

"Here, you actions contributed to an already tense situation. Had your actions created the tense situation from scratch, we would be having a very different conversation.”

Big Brother went on to explain how as Chanelle's aggression was not shown directly to another housemate, she would be kept in the house.

Elsewhere on yesterday evening's episode, Deborah Agboola was given an official formal warning for her actions in the fight.

Deborah.
Deborah.

One of the numerous clashes saw Deborah and Ellie lock horns. Security entered the house to split up the pair who argued on the stairs to the Diary Room.

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Ellie escaped without a warning, despite many viewers thinking was as much if not more to blame.

Big Brother 2017 airs nightly on Channel 5.

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