Claudia Jordan Accuses Omarosa’s Mom Of Attacking Her At BET Awards

Mon, July 1, 2013 12:13pm EST by 2 Comments

Claudia also claims Omarosa called her a ‘stupid b***h’ on the red carpet.

All-Star Celebrity Apprentice alums Omarosa and Claudia Jordan took their on-screen feud to the red carpet Sunday night, trading words moments before the BET Awards kicked off in Los Angeles.

Omarosa reportedly called Claudia a “stupid b***h,” and when the war of words escalated from there, Omarosa’s mother, 65, stepped in and punched Claudia in the arm, according to TMZ. At that point, security guards hurried over to break up the fight.

Claudia says she filed a police report for assault against Omarosa’s mother after the incident.

Claudia tweeted, “Wow, that awkward moment when you’re assaulted on the red carpet.”

Family Feud: Omarosa Claims ‘Claudia Started It’

Despite Claudia’s claims, Omarosa insists Claudia started the fight by pushing her 65-year-old mother. She says her mother has also filed a police report.

“I am deeply saddened by Claudia Jordan’s actions at the BET Awards,” Omarosa said. “After all that my family and I been through this year. She should show at least an ounce of decency and respect.”

The Apprentice stars have at odds ever since Claudia posted a picture on Instagram of Omarosa laying her former fiancé Michael Clarke Dunkin to rest at his funeral.

Michael, best known for his performance in The Green Mile, died of heart failure in September 2012.

We’re not sure who started the fight, but Omarosa has definitely had a hard year after the death of her beloved fiancé. Claudia should show a little more respect—at least for now—for the mourning reality star.

HollywoodLifers, who do you think is to blame for the red carpet confrontation?

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