Vicki Michelle has confirmed to Newsbeat that she wants to press charges against Farrah Abrahams.
It’s after the actress said she was struck on the back of her head “with great force with a glass”.
She claims she suffered a “concussion” during a row on spin-off show Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side on Tuesday night.
The show had to be taken off air 10 minutes early after a row between Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace and Abraham.
Michelle, 64, played Yvette on 80s comedy series ‘Allo ‘Allo and finished seventh on last year’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!
In a statement, her agent said: “Actress Vicki Michelle MBE is this morning with Hertfordshire police and will be pressing charges against Farrah Abraham, who struck the back of her head with great force with a glass during the recording of CBBBOTS this week.
“Vicki has been in show business for 40 years and has been left in deep shock and with concussion after the attack by Ms Abraham.”
Transmission of the show was cut after former contestant Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace appeared to throw champagne at ex-housemate Farrah Abraham.
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.
Farrah Abraham’s management team says that the matter is in the hands of her lawyers and that she’s not commenting further at the moment.
Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace’s management team says she is not doing any interviews.
Media watchdog Ofcom says it’s now received five complaints about Tuesday night’s episode of Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side.
In a statement, Hertfordshire Police said: “Officers are continuing to make inquiries with relevant parties following the incident which occurred at Elstree Studio’s on the evening on September 22. These investigations are on-going at this time.
“No arrests have been made.”
A spokesperson for Hertfordshire Police couldn’t confirm whether officers were speaking to Vicki Michelle on Thursday morning.
Channel 5 said in a statement on Wednesday: “Everyone involved is fine and last night’s events are currently being investigated.”
Host Rylan Clark tweeted his apologies to viewers on Tuesday night.
Apologies we had to cut transmission due to reasons out of our control. Thanks to our loyal audience and viewers.
— Rylan Clark-Neal (@Rylan) September 22, 2015
The argument between Abraham and Horgan-Wallace started when Rylan Clark asked Horgan-Wallace: “Do you miss Farrah being in the house?”
The former Big Brother 7 star replied: “No I …read more
Source:: BBC Entertainment