Big Brother star Chelsea Singh has been arrested after allegations he’d “threatened to kill” a celebrity interior designer.
The gobby millionaire had been rowing with Catherine Ommanney after he hired her to refurbish his Windsor restaurant and bar for £75,000.
When he first hired her, Chelsea tweeted: “Look and see who’s interior designing my restaurant and bar in Windsor. It’s called Ink restaurant and bar!”
Catherine had retweeted the post which has now been deleted.
Recently, Chelsea went on a Twitter rant slamming Catherine, who starred in the reality show The Real Housewives of DC.
He wrote: “She ran off without finishing the bar!
“She’s not getting away with it no f******* way!
“Her time will come for sure and she knows it!”
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According to The Sun, Chelsea was arrested and taken to a police station.
A Metropolitan Police statement read: “On Sunday, 4 December, a 49-year-old man attended a west London police station and was arrested on suspicion of threats to kill and a public order offence.
“He was issued with a caution for malicious communications and was bailed pending further enquires to a date in mid-January in relation to the public order offence.”
Chelsea reportedly denied being arrested.
He said: “I did not make any threats nor was I arrested.
“I asked [Mrs Ommanney] to give the money back and she refused. She apparently told the police that I threatened her, which I had not. I simply asked her to return my money.”
“The police were very nice and friendly,” he added. “That was the end of the matter. The allegations were false and I went home.”
The loud-mouth is on bail “pending further enquires to a date in mid-January in relation to the public order offence”.
This is not the first time Chelsea has been in trouble for making threats.
While in the Big Brother house he threatened fellow housemate Hughie Maughan.
He ranted: “I’ve got some steam to let off soon – I hope I don’t get to that point, if I do, man gonna get beat up in here, cameras or no cameras, it’s street all the way!”
However, he did not receive a warning from show producers.