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Jenna Jameson, Janice Dickinson Clash Over Kosher Fridge on Britain’s ‘Celebrity Big Brother’ (VIDEO)

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Janice Dickinson opened a pack of celery from Jenna Jameson's fridge - a space reserved for her Kosher food. Photo: Screenshot.

Janice Dickinson opened a pack of celery from Jenna Jameson’s fridge – a space reserved for her Kosher food. Photo: Screenshot.

Former adult film star Jenna Jameson butted heads with Janice Dickinson on Sunday night’s episode of Celebrity Big Brother after she discovered that the former model took food from her kosher refrigerator, the U.K’s Daily Mail reported.

After a hungry Dickinson helped herself to celery from the kosher stash, Jameson, who converted to Judaism, unleashed a profanity laced tirade, vowing to go after Dickinson.

Jameson then stormed into the Big Brother house’s kitchen and confronted Dickinson, accusing her of being disrespectful to her beliefs. Dickenson, however, was uninterested in the conversation.

“I haven’t had any dinner. And I’m old,” Dickinson said, while chewing on a stick of celery.

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Jameson retorted, “Neither have I. Have you seen me eat a bite? I am waiting because I can’t eat at a table with sausages and everything being served. So please just respect my religion.”

Dickinson then claimed that while she was respectful of Jameson’s Judaism, she helped herself to the celery because she was hungry. An unconvinced Jameson cut her off saying, “I don’t care, that’s still disrespecting my religion.”

According to the Daily Mail, Jameson then stormed into her bedroom, ranting, “I came to her hella cool, please respect my religion and that I think it’s really disrespectful that you found out that it was my food, my kosher fridge and she went ahead and ate it.”

Dickinson later attempted to apologize, but the two women ended up arguing again. That evening, Jameson described the argument and how she felt about it: “It kind of hurt me,” she said. “I have come through things in my life that not many people can so this to me is petty. But my religion to me is so important… it threw me sideways for sure. But I will get over it because I am tough.”

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