A former participant in the “Apprentice” television show and then political aide, Omarosa Manigault, reportedly threw a tantrum in the White House and also asked to be allowed to meet President Donald Trump after she was fired by Chief of Staff John Kelly, Tuesday. 

According to a report by New York Daily News, an unnamed source stated, “General Kelly didn't allow her to speak to him," adding “That’s why she [Manigault] was cursing and threatening.” 

The source also went on to say that Manigault was then escorted out from the West Wing of the White House. “It got physical and she had to be removed,” the source said.

The report stated that Sarah Sanders, the White House Press Secretary spoke about the above incident in more positive tone when disclosing it to the press and said Wednesday that Manigault has resigned and that it will be effective from Jan.20, 2018, a day which marks one year of President Donald Trump's inauguration.

The report stated that the prospect of Manigault losing her job at the White House was rumored since September due to certain controversies. 

In November this year, Manigault went to New Orleans to make an appearance at the National Association of Black Journalists Convention. The meeting with the journalists at the event was perceived as frantic as she asked the press there, “Ask me a question about me.” This was done in a bid to subvert questions about government administration. 

In April, she reportedly brought along 39 members of her bridal party to the White House for an extended wedding photo shoot session. 

The report stated that according to information given by sources in September, Kelly was not happy with the fact that Manigault’s leverage over Trump and her ability to sway the president over important issues. 

She was also involved in a confrontation with her colleagues, who doubted her position as Director of Communications for the White House. 

According to a report by the Hill, American Urban Radio Networks reporter April Ryan tweeted regarding the incident of Manigault getting fired from her position at the White House. The report stated that Ryan and Manigault were former friends and they had a history of differences when it came to serving at the White House. 

According to another report by the Hill, Manigault reportedly set off the alarms in the White House after she tried to enter the White House residence after gaining knowledge of the fact that she was fired from her job. The report also stated that she tried to access the White House residence after Chief of Staff, John Kelly told her that her position as Director of Communications at the White House would end in January.

Kelly reportedly tried to restrict Manigault's access to the White House since September, the report stated. The Secret Service stated that they did not play a part in taking Manigault out of the premises but deactivated her credentials.

However, according to Yamiche Alcindor, a New York Times reporter, a source in the White House denied that Manigault was escorted out of the White House. 

In an earlier tweet, Alcindor said that a source informed her saying that Manigault was let go by the White House, Tuesday. It also said that Manigault was calling her friends saying that she voluntarily left her position because of he anniversary was coming up. 

According to a report by Buzzfeed, a White House official stated that Manigault wanted to move out from the White House as she “struggled” being an African-American staffer. The source also said that the “racial incidents” in the White House were “starting to weigh in on her [Manigault].” 

According to Buzzfeed White House Correspondent, Adrian Carrasquillo, Manigault recently claimed that she wanted to spend time with her husband and go to Europe where fewer people would know her. She also stated that although she enjoyed her position at the White House, she was ready to move ahead with her life.