Heidi and Spencer Pratt not tortured, slept quietly in the Lost Chamber?
Reports of Heidi and Spencer Pratt being held for three days without food or water, being harmed or tortured in any way are "completely untrue," according to our unnamed production source on the Costa Rica jungle set of "I'm a Celebrity. Get Me Out of Here."
Spencer and Heidi claim they were horribly mistreated, like Guantanamo style. According to Fox News, the media brats say they were confined to a dark room for over 24 hours and fed only water, rice and beans.
This weekend, Heidi was transported to a hospital -- where she was diagnosed with a gastric ulcer according to TMZ. Her husband plans to sue NBC, the website reports.
But our onset sources say that after the pair left the camp, the devious duo "stayed in a hotel for three days before begging to come back on the show."
As for terrors of the Lost Chamber, Speidi stayed overnight inside the room, which has four walls and a roof -- more than we can say for their former cast mates, who were outside and probably caught in the four thunderstorms that converged on the area, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. -- 14 hours.
"They were not starved or tortured, and there were just normal bugs in there," said the source, "They actually slept most of the time."
NBC is about to release a statement about Heidi's medical condition. Oh, and "no one is holding anyone's passport either," says the inside source.
What will viewers find out Monday night? Whether Heidi and Spencer were even voted back on the show by their former cast mates, which celebrity (Janice? A Baldwin?) has quit for good and the truth about Heidi's medical condition.
Enough icky bugs and plastic stars. We're ready for some serious water-boarding on the show.
Heidi and Spencer are Republicans. Surely they can handle a little real torture?
Oh, wait, water-boarding isn't even torture, is it?
Keep reading for ITV's official statement on the Pratt Torture accusations
ITV Studios, producers of the series, state that press reports at this time are untrue. ITV has been producing this format around the world for many years and the health of the celebrity participants are of the utmost importance.
A medic and a doctor are present at the location at all times for all participants. All allegations of the celebrities being deprived of food and water are completely untrue.
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