Omarosa Suffers Nip Slip on 'Celebrity Big Brother', Returns After Being Hospitalized

In a recent episode, the former White House aid was donning a very loose robe when she accidentally exposed her breast as she didn't have a bra on.

AceShowbiz - Omarosa is making another headline for her appearance in the first season of "Celebrity Big Brother (US)". This time around is because she suffered a wardrobe malfunction in a recent episode of the "Big Brother" spin-off, leading her to accidentally flash her bare breast.

In a clip of the episode, the former White House aid under President Donald Trump was seen donning a very loose robe. While moving around, she accidentally exposed her breast as she didn't have a bra on before quickly covering it. Some people, however, think that the wardrobe malfunction was not entirely accidental, saying that it was done on purpose for a publicity stunt.

Prior to this, the 44-year-old reality star was rushed to hospital for an asthma attack. Omarosa previously was competing in a Head of Household game in Friday, February 9 episode. The game required the contestants to get dizzy and bowl before the live feeds suddenly went dark. However, viewers found out that Omarosa had been taken to the hospital when the live feed returned.

Fellow houseguests Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur addressed Omarosa's brief departure. Ross can be heard joking to Marissa, "You knocked her out and dis so wonderfully," to which Marissa replied, "I put her in the hospital," adding that she hit Omarosa during the game.

After the challenge, Omarosa was seen grabbing her inhaler and heading to the backyard. "I couldn't breathe," Omarosa said in the diary room. "It was really difficult to breathe. I knew I was in trouble with my asthma."

Thankfully, Omarosa was well enough to return to the "Big Brother" house 19 hours later. "Omarosa has returned to the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house after receiving medical attention last night and today for an asthma attack," said CBS in a statement regarding the matter. "This development will be addressed on the Sunday night broadcast."

"We were able to get my asthma under control," Omarosa said in the diary room in Sunday's episode. "It was a really scary experience. Thank God I am back in the game."

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