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By Gerard Couzens for MailOnline. A male contestant on Spanish Big Brother has been kicked out of the house over claims he sexually assaulted a female co-star. Programme bosses called in Civil Guard officers after expelling one of the male hopefuls and asking his girlfriend to leave the show temporarily. Police in Madrid confirmed a formal complaint had been made by a programme director but they had yet to hear from the woman at the centre of the extraordinary claims. Jose Maria Lopez Perez and Carlota Prado Alonso pictured , both 24 have been asked to leave the Spanish big brother house over claims Jose Maria sexually assaulted a female contestant. Video footage of the incident, said to have taken place under a bed-sheet, has been handed to police. TV station Telecinco, whose controlling company was founded by former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi and broadcasts Spain's Big Brother, said in a statement: 'Gran Hermano bosses have decided to expel Jose Maria from the programme for what it considers to be intolerable behaviour.
The year-old has spent the last half-an-hour telling a judge in Colmenar Viejo, Madrid about the night that changed her life. She is breathless from crying so much. Hundreds of people worked on the popular television program, and on the night in question — Friday, November 3, — dozens of them would have seen and filed everything that had been filmed in the Big Brother house by the omnipresent cameras. After the alleged sexual assault, the two contestants spent the rest of the night together; they even shared breakfast. In fact, they were not separated until the evening of the next day, when Carlota Prado was filmed watching a video of the incident.
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