Farrah Abraham and Janice Dickinson have been given police cautions after a row on Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side.
The Channel 5 show was taken off air 10 minutes early last week following a clash between panellists.
Hertfordshire Police said: “As a result of investigations, two women, aged 24 and 60, have received a police caution for common assault.”
Actress Vicki Michelle said she needed medical treatment after the argument.
Former Big Brother contestant Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace was also involved.
“Officers from Hertfordshire Constabulary interviewed four people on September 25 in connection to allegations of assault at Elstree Studios on the evening of September 22,” the Hertfordshire Police spokesperson added.
“Enquiries in connection with another assault allegation continue, therefore it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.”
The argument between Horgan-Wallace and Abraham started as they were being interviewed by Bit On The Side’s host Rylan Clark with the latest evicted celebrities Jenna Jameson and Janice Dickinson.
Clark, who finished fifth on The X Factor in 2012 and won Celebrity Big Brother 11 the following year, asked 36-year-old Horgan-Wallace: “Do you miss Farrah being in the house?”
“No I don’t. She was just horrible,” the former Big Brother 7 star replied.
“She never took accountability for anything she did because she’s a silly little girl.
“It’s just pathetic. She’s just nasty. There’s one thing standing up for yourself and being a strong woman. There’s another thing being… nasty… horrible…
“You’ve got your cheque, get on your plane… No-one likes you here.”
Abraham, who appeared in US reality shows 16 and Pregnant and Teen Mom, hit back by slow-clapping Horgan-Wallace, saying: “Well done. Good job.”
Later in the show, the 24-year-old American was asked her opinion of fellow Celebrity Big Brother housemate Austin Armacost.
As she started to talk about his anger issues, Horgan-Wallace could be heard saying it was a shame Abraham didn’t work through her own issues.
“Hag, be quiet,” said Abraham.
“Sorry?” Horgan-Wallace queried as Clark ordered everyone to “calm down”.
The screen then flashed to the UK vs USA logo before Clark returned saying: “Hi guys, unfortunately, we did have to pop that up there due to a matter that happened, er, unfortunately we have lost our panel for the evening, but we are going to carry on.”
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