Kayleigh has been removed from the Big Brother house

Joe Anderton
Photo credit: Channel 5

From Digital Spy

Kayleigh Morris has been removed from the Big Brother house, it has just been revealed.

Channel 5 have put out a statement that reads: "Kayleigh has been removed from the house. Big Brother cannot tolerate threats of actual violence in the Big Brother house. This will be covered in tonight's show at 9pm, Channel 5."

There are no official details about why Kayleigh has been removed from the house at the moment besides Channel 5's statement that appears to suggest Kayleigh had threatened actual violence in the Big Brother house.

It's not the first time the housemate has been caught up in some dramatic moments during her time in the house either, with most of the previous instances involving Kayleigh and Sukhvinder, who voluntarily left the house last night after her husband Imran was evicted.

Kayleigh and Sukhvinder had a blazing row just a few days into the series over whether Kayleigh had brushed her hair directly into the latter's food, and later followed that with another row during this week's shopping task.

To keep a long story short, the c-word was thrown around quite a lot.

Geordie Shore star Marnie Simpson returned to the house this week too, which Kayleigh was not happy about.

Marnie is best friends with Charlotte Crosby, who allegedly said nasty things about Kayleigh in the press (both Charlotte and Kayleigh have appeared on Ex on the Beach, remember?), so Kayleigh took an instant dislike to her.

Kayleigh isn't the first housemate to leave the house without being properly evicted this series – or even this week – after Arthur Fulford walked out of the show.

As Channel 5 explained, the events surrounding Kayleigh's exit will be explained in tonight's (June 17) episode at 9pm.

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