Rodrigo Alves removed from Big Brother house

Reuters

Channel 5 has removed Celebrity Big Brother contestant Rodrigo Alves from the house, according to the Twitter account.

It comes just four days after more than 1,000 complaints were made to Ofcom about their use of the N-word in a conversation with another roommate.

The announcer says that after an “incident”, Alves has left the program and will not be returning.

Details of what happened and why it was removed are not yet known.

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Some viewers suggested that it should have been removed from the sample immediately after using a highly offensive racial term.

Instead, the producers gave him a “final warning” and told that if he repeated the language was going to be evicted from the house.

Alves, who is also known as The Human Ken Doll, has been the subject of more than 100 surgeries and procedures, including pec implants, and botox, to totally transform himself.

He is a regular on red carpets, and has more than 700,000 followers on Instagram, where it is seen that frequent the beaches, parties on yachts and flaunting her collection of corsets.

Channel 5 has been contacted for comment but refused.

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