Ray J jumped queue in A and E
Ray J was in so much pain from his cracked tooth that he dashed to the front of a huge queue in Barnet General Hospital's Accident and Emergency unit after leaving 'Celebrity Big Brother' house
'Celebrity Big Brother's Ray J jumped a queue of "40 people" in A&E to get his cracked tooth treated.
The 'Sexy Can I' hitmaker was in so much pain that he dashed into Barnet General hospital and ignored a huge line of patients and ambulances after being ejected from the infamous abode earlier this week.
Tom, from Watford, Herts, had rushed his 79-year-old mother to A&E after she suffered from an acute chest infection and revealed to The Sun newspaper: "It was jam-packed with about 40 people in the waiting room and I spoke to one ambulance driver who was sat outside waiting to take his patient in.
"He said they had been waiting five hours to be seen. Then this private mini cab arrived and Ray J got out with his security who covered his head with a hood. He was taken straight through."
Show bosses have refused Ray J re-entry into the house but the 35-year-old singer - who also claimed producers ignored his complaints from the start - is desperate to return and says he's back on form following treatment.
Speaking afterwards, he said: "I'm physically fit to do whatever needs to be done in London, I'm ready to go back to work right now, I don't know what nobody talking about I'm ready to get money, I'm ready to pull right back to the 'Big Brother' house and go 'What'up?' Can I get back in? Am I physically fit? I should be fit damn right? It's all love though, you win some you lose some."
The star is now considering his legal options and says he's ready to sue 'Celebrity Big Brother' though he wouldn't like to because he's managed a show before and knows the pressures.
Asked if he is considering suing, he said: "I'd never like to do that because I'm a producer as well and I like to be on the same page with everybody. But this is just not fair and if I have to take those precautions, I will.
"I don't even care about my tooth, put me back in the house and let me work. This isn't right. It's wrong bro, it's wrong. I'm going to drive myself to the dentist and get my tooth fixed and then pull back up to the house and try to get back in."