Ken Morley returns home to wife and son after CBB shamed ejection

Published Tuesday, Jan 13 2015, 08:08 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Celebrity Big Brother star Ken Morley has returned home to his wife and son after being removed from the house.

Former Coronation Street star Ken was thrown off the C5 show by producers yesterday (12 January) after repeatedly making comments deemed as derogatory and racist.

CBB: Ken Morley pictured in house, 11 January 2015

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Despite previously being warned about his behaviour, viewers watched last night as Ken insulted Patsy Kensit's part-Irish heritage and called her an "East End scrubber".

He also suggested that Chloe Goodman was somehow to blame for fellow shamed housemate Jeremy Jackson opening her robe to reveal her breast, while telling Nadia Sawalha in a heated exchange that he enjoyed looking at the younger girls' "ar*es" - prompting her to tell BB to call the police.

But the final nail in the coffin came during a chat with Keith Chegwin in the kitchen yesterday morning. In last minute scenes added into the latest episode, Ken was shown using the word 'negro' for a second time while talking about former boxer Frank Bruno.

Big Brother hauled him into the Diary Room and told him he had to go.

CBB: Nadia Sawalha and Ken Morley pictured in house, 11 January 2015

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Last night, Ken was spotted arriving home with two large suitcases. Standing outside the family home alongside son Roger, he gave a thumbs up while his wife Sue jokingly throttled him around the neck.

Fans are, however, furious about their behaviour, with one blasting online: "What on earth were his family doing comically posing like that?"

Meanwhile, many celebrities have given their thoughts on Ken's ejection from the house.

TOWIE star Bobby Norris said: "Pleased to hear Ken Morley has been removed from the CBB house #offensive."

Ken Morley on 'Celebrity Big Brother', Shown on Channel 5 HD

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This Morning host Phillip Schofield issues a stronger response to Ken's behaviour , tweeting: "No surprise there, his true personality was never going to remain hidden for long. #CBB #ByeKen."

However, former Big Brother star Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace defended the former soap star, insisting: "I can't help but feel sorry for Ken. He blatantly has no idea of how he's being offensive. Would be different if he did it on purpose #CBB."

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