Farrah Abraham and Janice Dickinson receive police caution over Celebrity Big Brother altercation

The reality TV show spin-off had to be taken off air when a dispute between two panelists erupted 


Heather Saul
Monday 28 September 2015 14:59 BST
Farrah Abraham (pictured) and Janice Dickinson have been cautioned by police
Farrah Abraham (pictured) and Janice Dickinson have been cautioned by police (Getty Images )

Farrah Abraham and Janice Dickinson have been cautioned by police over a row that broke out during a live broadcast of Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side.

A dispute between Big Brother contestants Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace and Abraham meant the show had to be taken off air ten minutes before it was due to finish after Horgan-Wallace apparently threw a glass of champagne at her.

A spokesperson for Hertfordshire Constabulary said: “Officers from Hertfordshire Constabulary interviewed four people on 25 September in connection to allegations of assault at Elstree Studios on the evening of September.

“As a result of investigations, two women, aged 24 and 60, have received a police caution for common assault.“

The force said it could not comment any further because inquiries in connection with another assault allegation are on-going.

Abraham, a reality TV star, claims she was assaulted by Horgan Wallace, a former Big Brother contestant and Dickinson, a former supermodel.

She has denied throwing a glass at the actress Vicki Michelle, who claimed she had been struck in the back of her head by a glass and was considering pressing charges against Abrahams. In a Q&A on Twitter, Abrahams said: “I was deeply shocked and traumatised following the initial attack by Aisleyne and was very frightened she was going to attack me again or glass me, so my natural instinct was to jump up and do something to defend myself to make Aisleyne back-off.

”As a defence mechanism, I threw an empty Champagne glass towards the wall and unfortunately Vicki got caught in the crossfire 100 per cent by accident.“

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