Celebrity Big Brother’s Rodrigo Alves parties with Natalie Nunn after bosses refuse to air moment he was kicked out because of ‘shocking nature’

RODRIGO Alves was seen partying with Natalie Nunn in London last night.

The controversial pair clearly enjoyed their freedom after leaving the Celebrity Big Brother house.

Rodrigo didn’t seem to have a care in the world as he stepped out in London last night

Natalie was evicted on Friday, while Rodrigo – AKA the Human Ken Doll – was kicked out of the house for a “shocking reason”.

Rodrigo wore a gaudy patterned suit, while Natalie stepped out in an animal print blouse.

They were snapped leaving Japanese restaurant Kurobuta and heading to Libertine nightclub in the capital.

Their outing comes as The Sun Online revealed that CBB bosses will never air the real reason Alves was kicked out of the house.

He hit the town with Natalie Nunn, who was evicted on Friday
The pair were clearly enjoying their freedom

The Sun Online exclusively revealed he’d been booted out of the show yesterday.

Viewers were stunned last night when 35-year-old Rodrigo’s exit wasn’t shown in full on the Channel 5 show.

Insiders told The Sun Online Channel 5 couldn’t air the scenes because of the controversial nature of his behaviour.

A source explained: “Rodrigo was a loose cannon in the house and the reason he was kicked out was absolutely shocking.

They looked like they’d had a good night as they got in their cab

“Bosses agreed not to air the scenes because of the outrageous nature of his actions.

“They told him he was on a final warning when he used racist language and this was the final straw. They had to boot him out quickly.”

Rodrigo said the N-word twice in the house just a few days into his short stint – leaving viewers furious.

Ofcom received over a 1,000 complaints about the scene and called for him to be kicked out.

Sources tell The Sun Online that reason Rodrigo was booted from the show will never be aired – because it’s too shocking

Although he was given the boot by bosses, in his first interview after leaving the house Rodrigo insisted he’d walked out of his own accord.

He told The Sun Online: “The experience in the house was amazing but enough for me.

“I was not coping very well to be without my mobile phone and not being in contact with my family and friends.

“After Natalie left I felt very upset because she was the life and soul in the house and got very much misunderstood.

“All I wanted out of the show was to have fun and to show to the UK that I m a nice and fun person.”

The Sun Online has contacted Channel 5 for comment.

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