Kezia Dugdale has been given a warning over her coming on ITV’s I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here last month.
The former Scottish Labour personality transient cessation from the party, but bosses still gave her a ticking off.
On returning to Scotland on Wednesday, she headed to the Scottish Parliament for talks with new Scottish Labour personality Richard Leonard about her ‘unauthorised absence’.
After the meeting, Labour released a matter saying: ‘Today Kezia Dugdale MSP was interviewed by the Scottish Labour parliamentary organisation executive per her unapproved deficiency from Parliament for 3 weeks.
‘Following a contention between Richard Leonard, Kezia Dugdale, and the organisation executive, it has been motionless that the organisation will rebuke Ms Dugdale by way of created warning. She will not face serve action.’
On nearing at Glasgow Airport, Kezia pronounced of I’m A Celebrity: ‘It was an knowledge we am never going to forget.’
Kezia seemed alongside the likes of WAG Rebekah Vardy, fighter Amir Khan and Hollyoaks star Jamie Lomas on the reality TV show, which ran for 3 weeks in Australia. The series was won by comedian Iain Lee, who Kezia entered the jungle with on the fifth day of the show. She was the third campmate voted out.