Transgender Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton is NOT dead

Transgender Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton is NOT dead

Transgender Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton is NOT dead

News of Rebekah's "death" broke on Twitter in the early hours of this morning (Friday, January 12).

Rylan Clark has reached out to former Big Brother contestant Rebekah Shelton after reports of her death, which made national news, was actually a result of her Twitter account being hacked.

It continued: "We ask that you respect the family's privacy at this time".

In a video, she posted: "I'm not dead!".

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Uploading a video to her account, the actress - who competed on Big Brother in 2009 as Rodrigo Lopes - said she'd been "put through Hell".

Rebekah has explained that she's been the unfortunate victim of a death hoax, and that her account had been hacked.

She revealed that she's on holiday and added in her caption for the video: 'I'm not dead!

She hit the headlines for an on/off relationship with co-star Charlie Drummond in the Big Brother house. "I am the happiest I've ever been in myself, but I lost so much along the way", she said.

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"The only thing I wish is that that my family will learn to accept me", she told the publication.

Rebekah began living as a woman in 2012, three years after finishing fifth on Big Brother. However, in a weird turn of events, it turns out that the star is very much alive, and she's currently just on holiday right now. It's a hard decision. I started crying in the corridor saying, "I regret it, I regret it". It's not easy to be a different person. Then you have to face your family, society, jobs - because people don't give you opportunities.

"I always remembered his smile, his ability to see the good in everything and his ability to laugh at everything".

She said she'd spent a month in hospital and had little support from her family during her initial surgical transition process, leaving her feel very alone and isolated.

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"I saw that disgusting thing between my legs and I started crying around the hospital saying, 'I regret, I regret.' I wanted to kill myself because it was a nightmare".

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