In the feed, Omarosa's co-stars Ross Mathews and Marissa Jaret Winokur were whispering and talking about Omarosa's possible overnight hospital stay and they speculated whether she would be allowed to come back to the house to continue compete.
CBS said Omarosa leaving the house would be addressed on Sunday's episode.
At first it was being reported that she having a rough time during a Head of Household competition and got sent to the hospital for treatment.
"There's a lot of people that want to stab me in the back, kind of similar to the White House", she said. "She's gonna be okay". Manigault's representatives did not return requests for more information.
Ms. Manigault-Newman tells a fellow cast member that she was "haunted" by what kind of tweets President would post in the early morning hours, adding that she tried to stop it, but was denied.
On the season premiere of "Celebrity Big Brother", Manigault Newman tearfully confided in Matthews that she feared for the country under a Trump presidency.
CNN's Don Lemon cry-laughs at Omarosa roasting by guest (video)
The reality TV villain has had an eventful time on the CBS show, making headlines for dissing her former boss, President Donald Trump.
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"It's not going to be OK".
After the clip was shared online, and before the full episode aired, White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah weighed in Manigault Newman's comments with a mocking jab at her "Apprentice" failures.
He also attempted to diminish her role in the White House, telling reporters, "She had limited contact with the president while here". The live feeds actually went down and then when it came back on, she wasn't there at all. "Don't let her talk to him, '" she said as she started to cry.More news: 2 police officers shot and killed in Westerville, Ohio