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Big Brother 2009 housemate Rebekah Shelton has NOT died

13 January 2018, 01:12 | Myron Mathis

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After living as a trans woman for two years prior, she announced the news on social media saying: "I've had my sex change in Rio with Dr Marcio Littleton". My lawyer is already working on this and this person who wants to spoil my happiness is going to pay for it!'

"This person can't accept the fact that I'm happy and that I overcame all my problems and that I'm living my life happy". I'm on holiday, I'm in Arabia.

The BBC and five major newspapers have had to clarify that Big Brother star Rebekah Shelton is not dead.

She finished in fifth place, losing out to eventual victor Sophie Reade.

Her latest tweet said: 'I'm not dead!

'I lost friends, it divided my family and I had to undergo 16 surgeries.

She later followed it up with a tweet which read: "Although it was a frightful experience to find out that I was dead, the positive thing is that I realise that I'm loved and so many people cared about me".

While a third wrote: 'My prayers and thoughts to Rebekah and her entire family'.

The transgender star also admitted that transition was emotionally exhausting and shared her advice.

In her video, recorded in a hotel room, she said: 'Hi everyone, I would like to kindly ask.

"We're sorry to inform everyone of the sad news that our wonderful and lovely Rebekah died unexpectedly on Wednesday night", it said.

But past year, the reality star admitted she was struggling to cope with the huge transition because she felt isolated.

She appeared on ITV show Judge Rinder in 2016 to confront a woman she was accusing of obsessive stalking, and spoke about her long and painful journey to self-acceptance.

Rebekah said she spent five days in intensive care and one month in hospital having her surgeries. So many times I wanted to kill myself because I had no one to talk to. I'm not sure what I would do if I could go back in time'.

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