Katie Hopkins: Nadia Sawalha was a bully
Katie Hopkins has described Nadia Sawalha as a "bully" for her behaviour while they were both housemates in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house
Katie Hopkins has branded Nadia Sawalha a "bully" and accused her of being arrogant in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house.
The outspoken newspaper columnist clashed with Nadia throughout their time on the reality TV show and Katie claims they didn't just clash because Nadia was friends with her nemesis Perez Hilton but also because Nadia couldn't live with someone with different opinions to her her.
During an appearance on 'Loose Women' - on which Nadia is a panellist - Katie said: "I think one of your other Loose Women Nadia did a pretty good job of being a bully in the house. I would also like to say I heard her say, 'The only reason I'll be kicked out of this house is because people love me so much they want to save me.' I think actually there's another side to that and Nadia was kicked out of the house because she did a very bad thing in supporting Perez and she also wasn't prepared to have another individual in the house that she disagreed with. I didn't vote for Nadia to be evicted from the house but she voted for me every time. I think I'm quite open-minded, we all have different opinions and that's OK."
Katie, 39, also claimed she was told by the 'CBB' producers after the series ended last week that she was the only housemate not to complain during her time in the house and was the only contestant not to request to see a doctor or the resident psychiatrist.
The former 'Apprentice' candidate said: "One of things the producers said to me afterwards was that I was the only candidate that didn't complain, didn't ask to see a doctor ever, didn't need to see the psychiatrist ever, and didn't complain about the way I was being treated. Quite frankly I think the people in there have an easy time of it and should zip it."
Katie - who finished as runner-up to Katie Price - also revealed she went into the house for the money after being made a very generous offer by Channel 5.
She said: "I've been asked for quite a long time ... there only becomes a certain amount of time where you can keep saying no, when you recognise people are working very hard out there working 13-hour night shifts to earn £28,000 to £34,000 a year and you're being offered a lot of money to essentially go in a house and sit on your bottom."