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Olivia Attwood hints at I’m A Celebrity ‘cover-up’ and return to the jungle as she reveals update on health

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OLIVIA Attwood has hinted at a "cover-up" over her shock exit from I'm A Celebrity. The 31-year-old spent just 24 hours in the jungle before being rushed to A&E after abnormal blood test results.

Despite getting the all-clear, Olivia's health sparked overnight crisis talks before it was ruled unsafe for her to return. Olivia today told how follow-up tests by an Australian doctor AND professionals in the UK both revealed her results were "normal".. "I've had more tests done in the UK and they're all still fine," Olivia told ITV's This Morning. "It makes it harder to accept." READ MORE ON I'M A CELEBOH BOY!

IAC pair locked in feud as campmate says Matt Hancock 'won't have power' over himnew rules Jill Scott takes a savage swipe at Matt Hancock in the I'm A Celeb jungle Olivia explained she was pulled out of camp on the first day for "routine medical checks". "The results came back that my iron was low, so it was showing I was anaemic.

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