‘Omarosa offered me sex to win Celebrity Apprentice’: Piers Morgan spills all on ex-Trump diva

After departing the White House, Omarosa could author the book: ‘How to lose friends and alienate people.”

The former model and Trump White House adviser left suddenly in December, leading to a brewing controversy. Known also by her full name Omarosa Manigault-Newman, she remarked cryptically that the Oval Office atmosphere made her “uncomfortable.”

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We may now have the “rest of the story,” as the late great Paul Harvey used to put it. In a piece by Politico published Tuesday, Omarosa was reportedly let go for using the presidential motorcade as a personal taxi service. Diva status: Denied.

But after recently joining the cast of Celebrity Big Brother, she’s only cranked up the controversy. She’s made a number of heated remarks, such as being “haunted” by President Trump’s tweets and slamming VP Pence for believing that “Jesus tells him to say things.”

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Well, if what former Celebrity Apprentice c0-cast member Piers Morgan says is true, she might want to talk to Jesus a little bit more.

In an op-ed in the Daily Mail, Morgan accuses Omarosa straight up of offering him sex in exchange for letting her win Celebrity Apprentice.

It gets pretty heated in language, so you might want to cover the eyes of any children who might be in the room. Here goes:

‘Shut the f**k up, a**hole,’ snarled Omarosa Manigault-Newman at me. ‘How are your kids going to feel when they wake up and discover their dad’s a f**king f*gg*t?’

Yes, this is the same Omarosa Manigault-Newman who just spent a year inside Donald Trump’s White House.

Morgan goes full “Mean Girls” on the ousted Omarosa:

I’ve met a lot of vile human beings in my life, from dictators and terrorists to sex abusers and wicked conmen.

But I’ve never met anyone quite so relentlessly loathsome as Omarosa; a vicious, duplicitous, lying, conniving, backstabbing piece of work.

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Damn. Piers revisits his Celeb Apprentice days.

She’d become America’s most hated reality TV villain after her diabolical performance in the 2004 season of the regular Apprentice.

But nothing quite prepared me for her opening gambit as we waited for the details of the first challenge.

Then the accusation comes out.

Omarosa sidled up to me at the New York Mercantile Exchange and said, quite seriously: ‘Piers, do you want a showmance?’ ‘A what?’ I replied. ‘A showmance. You know, a romance on the show – we get it on together. Happens all the time on Apprentice. Everyone has sex together. Then we can make lots of money out of it.’ I stared at her grasping, ferociously ambitious little eyes, and laughed: ‘You must be joking, you deluded woman.’ She didn’t take it well. ‘What are you? Gay?’

It’s not necessary to go into all the details, but let’s just say the accusations are charged, and the language is a bit rough.

Piers Morgan has found a way to generate buzz and certainly may have been waiting for Omarosa news to pop in order to get out the long knives. Even if the allegation isn’t true, it certainly feeds into a very negative perception of her as a ruthless ladder climber, willing to say or do anything to get ahead.

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Omarosa may believe that there is no such thing as negative publicity, but we certainly wouldn’t be surprised if she’s calling her lawyer on this charge. Or perhaps not.

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