• Associate Pastor Omarosa Set to File a lawsuit against La Toya Jackson

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    Omarosa 2013On the latest episode of Donald Trump’s “Celebrity Apprentice” Blood was drawn when longtime combatants LaToya Jackson and Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth went to war with each other and stooped to new lows with vicious swipes at each other that has now resulted in a lawsuit.

    It was pretty obvious to all viewers that Omarosa, who goes by her first name, was flagrantly sabotaging project leader LaToya Jackson’s efforts by frequently over-talking the soft-spoken musical family member, threatening her and refusing to listen to Jackson, going so far as to mock her by saying she should leave by singing one of MJ’s signature hits, “Beat It.”

    Jackson, for her turn, called Omarosa a “conniving witch” and said that she probably caused Duncan’s “heart attack” and, when she got fired, said that Omarosa “probably pulled the plug.”

    For those comments, Omarosa is vowing to sue Jackson for “false, vicious and defamatory” comments. But Jackson was not finished. Not by a longshot.

    ‘Omarosa’s fiancé passed away not long ago. He had a heart attack – I’m sure she gave it to him,” La Toya said in a shockingly cruel moment. And, during her limo ride away from the program, LaToya came even nastier, calling Omarosa “the most evil person I have ever met.

    “She’s a conniving, scheming, cut-throat, probably pulled the cord on Michael Duncan Clarke,” Jackson said. “I thought Mr Trump was falling for that fake cry. Such a lie!”

    Fans on the show reacted quickly and strongly to the venomous exchanged between the two former “Celebrity Apprentice” teammates.

    Courtesy of www.thebellereport.net     www.twitter.com/thebellereport

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