The most recent series of 'Celebrity Big Brother' was certainly not without its controversies, but amidst the whole 'Roxanne Pallet/Ryan Thomas' debacle, Rodrigo Alves's removal from the house was comparatively brushed-over.

The 'Human Ken Doll' had previously been cautioned for his use of the N-word, but was ejected from the house on August 25th for what producers simply described as a 'further incident'.

Now, however, his housemate Dan Osbourne has now revealed that that incident related to him - and that 'something inappropriate' had happened that made him feel 'uncomfortable', although he failed to go into details.

He told The Sun: "There was an incident in the house, it was just something inappropriate, I didn’t appreciate it.

“I don’t really want to talk about it. I’ve had stories told about me, so I know it’s not nice. I don’t want to do that to anyone else. It wasn’t scary for me, just uncomfortable.” He also said that producers handled the situation well and that it "was properly taken care of.”

Alves, for his part, has maintained that he left the house of his own accord and has not yet addressed Osbourne's vague allegations.