Omarosa's Fate on 'Celebrity Big Brother' Revealed

So how did the former Trump aide's return to reality TV end?
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Omarosa Manigault-Newman

[Warning: This story contains spoilers from Sunday night's episode of CBS' Celebrity Big Brother.]

Omarosa Manigault-Newman has been booted from the Celebrity Big Brother house.

After nearly 30 days of fighting, silly costumes and competitions, asthma attacks and a hospital stint, the former political aide and notorious reality TV villain's time on the CBS series came to an end during the show's season finale. And her time in the Celebrity Big Brother house, as well as her recent exit, was almost as dramatic as her firing from the White House. 

When Omarosa was ousted from her post at the White House in December, she promised the public that she had "quite a story to tell." And she chose to tell that story in her return to a reality TV career inside the Celebrity Big Brother house. 

During her time locked away in seclusion inside the house, under 24/7 surveillance, the former political aide made headlines with comment after comment about President Donald Trump.  

The reality TV veteran's remarks have been picked up throughout the media and even spurred a response from both the White House and Vice President Mike Pence.

Nothing Omarosa has shared was entirely groundbreaking, but the fact remains that she is essentially a reality star who was hired to join the White House to only then be fired and share her time there in her latest reality TV gig.

Throughout her time on the show, Omarosa has compared her tenure to that of being on a plantation where she was the only "African-American woman" on Trump's senior staff and more importantly felt silenced by all of the white men surrounding her. She has also claimed that she was the one who tried to stop the president from his outburst of tweets and that she was "haunted by tweets every single day."

And those are the tweets sent by Trump in his underwear, according to Omarosa. "He's up in his underwear or something at four in the morning. Who's going to monitor that?" she said.

Other comments have included her revealing that someone in the White House is "sleeping with everybody" after her outspoken roommate, Brandi Glanville, asked if Omarosa had "slept" with the president. She's also shown quite amount of support for first lady Melania Trump and Trump's political opponent Hillary Clinton, and said that former White House press secretary Sean Spicer has trouble pronouncing words. 

Some of her lasting words in the house to the public, though, have revealed that what she has said on Celebrity Big Brother about Trump is not all she has to say. According to Omarosa, "I'm thinking of writing a tell-all sometime." In her final words, she also thanked Leslie Moonves, CEO and chairman of CBS Corp., along with Moonves' wife and the show's host, Julie Chen.