'Big Brother' Reject Daley Ojuederie Claims He Could Be Charged With Assault Over Hazel Behaviour

'Big Brother' reject Daley Ojuederie has claimed he could be charged for assault over his bust-up with Hazel O'Sullivan in the house.

In an update on Facebook, which now seems to have been deleted, Digital Spy reports he wrote: "Could be getting charged for common assault over the BB incident. Just got told a decision will be made in a few days."

Daley Ojuederie

The boxer was axed from the show after his behaviour towards Hazel was classed as "aggressive" and "unacceptable".

He was thrown out after a fight with the Irish model, where he grabbed her by the neck and pinned her on a bed and told her to "respect your f**king elders, before I nut you one".

Hazel O'Sullivan

He has now told the Daily Star: "I want to go back in. I would say, 'Hello, Hazel. I love you - but please tell the truth!'

"That was a big play fight. I want to go back in to see the look on their faces."

Hazel said she felt threatened and "in danger" during the supposed playfight, which took place in the compound's Safe House, away from the other housemates.

The boxer also recently revealed he was seeking therapy over the incident.

Daley was removed for 'threatening and aggressive behaviour'

'Big Brother' host Emma Willis was also forced to defend an interview she did with Daley following his ejection, after viewers accused her of being too soft on him.

She told Digital Spy: "I wasn't there to crucify him any more than he's crucifying himself. That's not my job. We have to look after anybody that comes out of that house mentally if they make major mistakes like he did.

"If he was on any form of an edge, I was not going to be the one to push him off it by poking at him in an interview to satisfy people who are watching. If you want to see him answer questions, you ask him questions, but I am not going to," she added.

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