Model Danielle Lloyd met police officers on Thursday to talk about the Celebrity Big Brother race row, her spokeswoman has confirmed.

The former Miss Great Britain spent around three hours with two officers from Hertfordshire Police at a meeting at Schillings solicitors in Dean Street, London.

Danielle’s spokeswoman said: “We had a very positive meeting. It was very constructive and we were pleased to have met them.

“As we have said all along, Danielle will be fully co-operating with them.”

She added the model had also “raised her own concerns” about the show, which sparked a global race row and led to more than 40,000 complaints from viewers.

Danielle, 23, along with Jo O’Meara, 27, and Jade Goody, 25, have become public hate figures following their bullying and alleged racist behaviour in the BB house.

Fellow housemate Jo issued a public plea for understanding, claiming her life had been “totally shattered” by the C4 show.

The former S Club 7 star apologised for any hurt she had caused to Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty, saying: “I am genuinely sorry.”

And she complained that while crowds were barred from Jade’s eviction and Danielle was allowed to leave the house with Jack Tweed, she was left to run the gauntlet of hate alone.

She claims to have received death threats from people who believe she is a racist bully.