CBB: Ken Morley's son Roger apologises if public offended?

Published Tuesday, Jan 13 2015, 13:06 GMT  |  By  |  Add comment
Ken Morley's son Roger is believed to have posted an "apology" if anyone was offended by his father's actions in the Celebrity Big Brother house.

Various publications including BBC News today have highlighted a Facebook message posted by a Roger Morley on Saturday, 10 January, which states: "I would like to apologise to anyone who may have been offended by my dad's behaviour tonight."

So far, it's not been confirmed if the Facebook account is genuine.

Ken Morley is given a warning by big brother for his offensive chat on 'Celebrity Big Brother', Shown on Channel 5 HD

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Ken has been removed from the BB house.

Ex-Coronation Street star Ken, 71, was removed from the Celebrity Big Brother house yesterday after more usage of "offensive and unacceptable" language despite a previous formal warning.

Among the new comments were references to nationality and heritage. He also told Nadia Sawalha he liked looking at the younger women's bottoms in the house, prompting her to say Big Brother should call police.

When asked if he had anything to say, Ken simply replied: "Nope."

Ken is now back home with his wife and family.

It's believed that communications watchdog Ofcom received more than 200 complaints from members of the public about Ken's language in the house.

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