Entertainment Made in Chelsea's Olivia is back after drugs scandal

12:35  12 january  2017
12:35  12 january  2017 Source:   Digital Spy (UK)

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Made in Chelsea is bringing back Olivia Bentley after that drug allegation scandal © Luca Teuchmann/WireImage / Getty Images Made in Chelsea is bringing back Olivia Bentley after that drug allegation scandal

In November of last year, Made in Chelsea's Olivia Bentley found herself at the centre of a drug allegation scandal following tabloid photographs that seemed to show her snorting a white powder.

At the time, producers confirmed that Bentley was "suspended from the show pending an investigation" - but here she is, back again already.

It turns out that the photographer has been reinstated just in time for filming the new series.

The Sun(which originally published the pictures that got her suspended) has posted a statement from show bosses that reads: "Following a suspension she has returned to the show."

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Bentley hasn't missed any filming during her suspension so it's likely she'll feature in the first episode of the new series, considering how prominent she was in the latest run of episodes.

Whether the controversy will be addressed on screen is something we'll have to wait and see to find out.

Bentley recently tweeted that she was back in London, after jetting off to sunbathe over the holiday period.

This year's Made in Chelsea could see the return of some old favourites, as Millie Mackintosh, Caggie Dunlop, Spencer Matthews and Hugo Taylor are all rumoured to be making a comeback to the E4 show that launched them to fame.

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