Omarosa leaves "Celebrity Big Brother" house for medical attention

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The television personality and former White House director of communications for President Donald Trump's administration returned to the Celebrity Big Brother house after receiving medical attention, according The Hollywood Reporter.

The former political aide was taken to the hospital around 3am after suffering injuries during a "Head of Household" competition in which she was hit by a ball during a spinning bowling competition.

You can see footage from the live feeds below.

Fellow contestant Ross Mathews says he wants her to say it's going to be OK.

Mathews and Winokur said that Manigault had been hospitalized, but suggested the health scare was not serious. I mean, I put her in the hospital.

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When Matthews asked if Manigualt is "coming back", Winokur whispered, "I don't think so". And Omarosa had everything to lose, I didn't. Marissa tells him injuries happen on the show - like Christmas Abbott's broken ankle last season - and the houseguests can return.

Loyal fans, who tune-in to the constant live stream of the cast's time in the "Big Brother" house were quick to discuss Omarosa's hospitalization.

Trump and Omarosa first met when she appeared on his NBC reality series the Apprentice. She had already made headlines by addressing her time working with Trump in the White House, a job she claimed this week was not an enjoyable experience. She said she thought she could be "that person" who would stop from tweeting, but said she was kept away from the president.

Manigault Newman disputed those reports during an appearance on Good Morning America just a day later, arguing that she resigned her post and wasn't fired. 'That's the same thing with me and Mr Trump'.