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Omarosa Manigault sent to hospital on 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Omarosa Manigault sent to hospital on 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Later on, during a convo in the house between Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur, Marissa discussed Omarosa's "injury" and suggested that she may have "put her in the hospital".

"You knocked her out and did so wonderfully", Matthews says to Winokur.

When Mathews asked her if US citizens should be anxious, she nodded, adding, "It's not going to be OK".

On Thursday, February 8, she opened up to Mathews about her time as the director of communications for the Office of Public Liaison (she resigned in December 2017), admitting she was "haunted" by the former Apprentice host's frequent outbursts on Twitter.

"Now you definitely have to watch the show to get the full tea, but in a short clip Omarosa is talking to another housemate about why she even took the job, to begin with", wrote the Shade Room's Tanya P on Instragram.

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

As of this morning, Omarosa had yet to return to the game.

Many seemed to allude to the fact that Winokur might have purposely injured the former aide to President Trump.

"I put her in the hospital", Winokur added. Don't see why she would make such comments over another human going to the hospital.

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

Not much yet is known about Omarosa's injury or just how severe it is.

Manigault, 44, temporarily left the CBS reality series following an asthma attack, her castmates said on the show's live feed on Saturday.

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