RODRIGO Alves sensationally quit Celebrity Big Brother just hours after his pal Natalie Nunn was given the boot.
Insiders told The Sun Online 35-year-old Rodrigo stormed into the diary room and demanded he be allowed leave the house – leaving the show’s bosses in crisis again.
Rodrigo Alves has quit Celebrity Big Brother after just nine days[/caption]
Rodrigo had only been inside the house for nine days.
A source told The Sun Online: “Rodrigo really wasn’t happy when Natalie left. He threw a diva strop and stomped off to the diary room.
“Bosses tried to persuade him to stay but he was having none of it. He walked out just three hours after Natalie left the house. Everyone is still in shock.”
Rodrigo’s short lived stint in the hit Channel 5 show was marred by controversy.
The controversial 35-year-old demanded he be allowed to leave in the early hours of this morning[/caption]
Insiders told The Sun Online he was unhappy about his good pal Natalie Nunn getting the boot in last night’s eviction[/caption]
He was hauled into the diary room for saying the N word twice during a boozy party with his co-stars.
Rodrigo – who found fame by having £400,000 worth of cosmetic surgery to earn the moniker the Human Ken Doll – was handed a final warning by bosses for his behaviour.
Viewers were outraged and Ofcom received over 1000 complaints after Channel 5 aired footage of him using the racist term.
Now Rodrigo has left, bosses are now facing their second major crisis since the show started on 16 August.
Natalie was voted out of the house by fans who wanted Hardeep Singh Kohli to stay[/caption]
Rodrigo struggled to keep his cool and threw a hissy fit before eventually being taken out[/caption]
Our insider added: “It’s absolute chaos and the bosses have held crisis talks about what to do next.
“They always plan for stars leaving the show as they know it can happen but no one expected such a big character to leave the house so soon.”
Just minutes before the launch show started, Donald Trump porn star Stormy Daniels sparked chaos when she pulled out of the show.
The Sun Online exclusively revealed the adult film star, real name Stephanie Clifford, had left bosses in the lurch following a huge row.
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Stormy’s lawyer later claimed the show was trying to ‘control’ the mum-of-one but they vehemently denied the statement.
Bosses later said Stormy’s offer to appear on the launch night and then leave the house on the same day wasn’t a good enough deal and warned: ‘No one is bigger than the show.’
The Sun Online has contacted Channel 5 for comment.
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