Dan Osborne: 'Rodrigo Alves left Celebrity Big Brother after inappropriate incident'

'It was uncomfortable': Dan Osborne reveals why Rodrigo was removed from Celebrity Big Brother house

'It was uncomfortable': Dan Osborne reveals why Rodrigo was removed from Celebrity Big Brother house

The most recent series of "Celebrity Big Brother" was certainly not without its controversies, but amidst the whole 'Roxanne Pallet/Ryan Thomas' debacle, Rodrigo Alves's removal from the house was comparatively brushed-over.

"There was an incident in the house, it was just something inappropriate, I didn't appreciate it but I don't really want to go into it".

Speaking about entering the house alongside Gabby Allen, 27, he said: "It felt a bit weird because I didn't want people to talk rubbish". However, the incident wasn't enough to warrant a confrontation if Dan and Rodrigo ever bumped into each other in the future - something the reality star doesn't think is very likely. I didn't know how it would be, what would be on TV, but I hope so.

He added: "The most important thing in the world to me is making my family proud". Everything else is a bonus, I guess.

"It's just not me to talk about someone".

Dan said he "really struggled" not being to speak to his children every day, but tried to keep his emotions to himself as he "didn't want to bore people". "I would rather not elaborate".

"I hear it's been linked to me", he told The Sun. "If I did I wouldn't have a chat about it, I would say hello". "We were all really well looked after, they took care of us really well".

Rodrigo has denied he did anything inappropriate and insisted it was his decision to leave the show.

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