Following a ferocious row that ended with Allo Allo’s Vicky Michelle being sent to hospital, both Janice Dickinson and Farrah Abraham have been cautioned by police.
The row took place on the Celebrity Big Brother spinoff, Bit On The Side(Sep. 22). The pair were part of a celebrity panel including Jenna Jameson, Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace and Vicky Michelle. Things got heated when Aisleyne was asked whether she would miss watching Farrah Abraham on the show. Heated words were exchanged and things soon turned physical when a drink was thrown. CBBBOTS was forced off air as the brawl became increasingly vicious.
Wallace admitted to throwing the contents of her glass in Abraham’s direction, but insisted that she did not throw her glass. “I take full responsibility that I did throw half a glass of champagne towards her…Yes, I did. But also remember that I’ve thrown a glass water over Jamie East before on the show.
“They aired it. It’s pantomime. The show is pantomime. If I could have foreseen the future and known what she was going to do I wouldn’t have done it.
“She put the two elder ladies [Michelle and Dickinson] in a lot of danger.”
Speaking on Farrah’s actions, Wallace explained “I’ve never seen anything like it in my life. She was a crazed woman”.
Wallace was left particularly shaken by what she described as Farrah hurling glasses at her “I was having to duck. I was ducking and diving. I was worried about the glass getting in my face. It was like a western bar brawl to be honest.
“[Farrah] threw the glass at me. It smashed all over the floor and the desk… Because it didn’t get me she picked up another glass, threw it and it smashed. She picked up Jenna’s glass and threw it.
“To actually pick up glasses and direct them and aim them…”
Wallace further explained that both Jameson and Abraham were escorted off of the premise, whilst the remaining panellists were left shaken, and “so upset” that producers decided to call a premature end to the show.
Speaking on the incident Abraham insisted that hitting Michelle with her glass was not intentional, and was “100% an accident”.
“I would never throw a glass directly at someone or deliberately want to cause them harm… I’m deeply sorry!
“I may speak my mind and come across as opinionated sometimes, but I would never want to harm anyone intentionally. I’m very upset that Vicki got caught up by accident.”
The heated event has lead to both Abraham and Dickinson being cautioned by police, with a spokesperson for Hertfordshire Police saying “As a result of investigations, two women, aged 24 and 60, have received a police caution for common assault.”
“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.
“Enquiries in connection with another assault allegation continue, therefore it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.”
Both Dickinson and Abraham chose not to attend the CBB final, which took place on Thursday night (Sep. 24).