Saturday, 11 July, 2020

Celebrity Big Brother producers ‘will never reveal why Rodrigo Alves was removed from the house’

Celebrity Big Brother bosses will reportedly never reveal the real reason why Rodrigo Alves was removed from the house because it’s ‘too shocking for TV’.

Channel 5 confirmed yesterday that Rodrigo Alves was removed from the Celebrity Big Brother 2018 house over a “further incident”.

Rodrigo received a ‘final warning‘ by CBB bosses after just one day in the house after his use of the ‘N word’.

Channel 5 released the following statement: “After a further incident, Rodrigo has been removed from the Big Brother House and will not be returning.”

Rodrigo has spoken out following his exit from the show saying he wanted to leave after Natalie Nunn was evicted in Friday’s show.

CBB viewers were disappointed last night after Rodrigo’s exit wasn’t shown in its entirety.

Channel 5 bosses are refusing to show scenes that lead to Rodrigo’s removal ‘because of the controversial nature of his behaviour’, according to The Sun.

A source told the paper: “Rodrigo was a loose cannon in the house and the reason he was kicked out was absolutely shocking.

“Bosses agreed not to air the scenes because of the outrageous nature of his actions.”

The insider added: “They told him he was on a final warning when he used racist language and this was the final straw. They had to boot him out quickly.”

Rodrigo claims he left the house on a voluntarily basis instead of being removed as Channel 5 say.

“The experience in the house was amazing but enough for me,” Rodrigo told the newspaper. “I was not coping very well to be without my mobile phone and not being in contact with my family and friends. After Natalie left I felt very upset because she was the life and soul in the house and got very much misunderstood.

“All I wanted out of the show was to have fun and to show to the UK that I’m a nice and fun person.”

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