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Video footage of the incident, said to have taken place under a bed-sheet, has been handed to police.
TV station Telecinco, whose controlling company was founded by former Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi and broadcasts Spain's Big Brother, said in a statement: 'Gran Hermano bosses have decided to expel Jose Maria from the programme for what it considers to be intolerable behaviour.'They have also felt it appropriate for Carlota to leave the house.'It's important to point out that the only person that has been expelled is Jose Maria.'As far as Carlota is concerned, following the recommendations of a team of psychologists, she has been advised to remain out of the house for the moment.'The door is open to her, so she can return to the show on Thursday.'The Civil Guard in Madrid confirmed: 'We have received a formal complaint from programme bosses who believe there could have been a sexual assault by one contestant on another.'A source said: 'Video footage of the incident in question has been handed over but the problem is that it took place under a sheet so it's very difficult to see what is going on.'The woman who programme bosses believed could have been sexually assaulted has yet to make a formal complaint herself.' A programme director, identified by one Spanish newspaper as its Head of Content, is said to have made a statement at a Civil Guard station in Colmenar Viejo near the Big Brother house in Guadalix de la Sierra just north of the Spanish capital.
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The pair were last night named by Spanish media as Jose Maria Lopez Perez and Carlota Prado Alonso, both 24.
Police in Madrid confirmed a formal complaint had been made by a programme director but they had yet to hear from the woman at the centre of the extraordinary claims.