Last night was the finale for Big Brother UK and there have been a lot of violent encounters since Farrah’s eviction. Now it seems she has drawn the attention of the British police, and it has nothing to do with the death threats she made while still in the house. I thought Farrah returned to the US after her eviction but apparently, they were all expected to stick around for the grand finale. What happened between her exit and tonight’s finale is a bit unclear to me, but I’m going to try to piece together what I’ve been told and let the Brits here correct me if I get my facts wrong.
Below is a clip of the show Bit on the Side which is a companion show to Celebrity Big Brother UK. After Farrah calls another panelist a hag, the host asks for calm and then the show went off the air only to come back later with the entire panel gone. In the interim there was a huge brawl.
As for what exactly happened, I’ve heard conflicting stories. Everyone seems to agree that Farrah clocked Vicki Michelle over the head with a champagne glass sending her to the hospital. She apparently hit her with the base of the glass and not the fluted end. In addition, it seems that Janice Dickinson hit Farrah with a chair. Farrah would much later go to the hospital emerging in a wheelchair and holding her back and prominently displaying was looks to be a sack of painkillers.
Vicki Michelle was apparently not even the target of Farrah’s attack and was merely sitting next to the intended victim, a woman named Aisleyne who apparently began the altercation by slinging champagne at Farrah who then stood up and threw multiple glasses in the general direction of Aisleyne, and hitting Vicki Michelle in the process. Vicki Michelle is threatening legal action against Farrah.
Our national treasure, Janice Dickinson, then stood up to stop Farrah’s assaults by smacking her with a chair. Farrah is threatening legal action against Janice.
Neither Janice nor Farrah were in attendance at the finale.
Incidentally, the initial argument that led to the brawl was over whether or not a particular male houseguest still in the house has “anger issues.”