The mother of the former ‘X Factor’ star has claimed the words of the entertainer could constitute a hate crime, and should be investigated.
He also made a series of controversial remarks about bisexual people, branding them “the worst type” and claiming they were responsible for the spread of AIDs.
Calling for the police to be involved in the incident, Diana Waissel told The Mirror: “If his comments are as bad as we’re led to believe, they constitute a hate crime – police should be called in to investigate.”
Katie’s mother explained that the star’s great grandparents had survived the Holocaust after they were held in the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz.
Biggins broke his silence following his removal from the ‘CBB’ house in an interview with The Sun, claiming he was “motified” by the incident.
The ‘joke’ was made earlier this week, but producers decided not to air it, with Biggins stating he believes Channel 5 were “trying to protect him” by not including it on the show.
‘Celebrity Big Brother’ airs nightly on Channel 5.