Jade re-entered the house back in 2007, this time with boyfriend Jack Tweed and her mother Jackiey Budden, where they were joined by celebrities including Danielle Lloyd, Jermaine Jackson and Shilpa Shetty.
During the series, things escalated as Danielle, Jade and S Club star Jo O'Meara began falling out with Shilpa, with what appeared to start off as a minor divide between housemates before evolving into a worldwide race row.
Several viewers of the documentary, Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain, were left too “uncomfortable” watching part two as it featured the offensive scenes from the series.
The documentary, a three-part series, takes a look back at the rise and fall of the Big Brother star who shot to fame on the third series of the civilian version in 2002.
Marking 10 years since she passed away aged 27 after a battle with cervical cancer, the documentary followed her childhood and life pre-fame, leading right up until the moment she was caught up in one of the show’s biggest controversies ever.
But some viewers blasted the decision to air the latest part of the documentary, 12 years on from the scandal.
Many fans felt uncomfortable that 10 years on from her tragic death, the shocking racism row was being revisited with her not alive to comment on it.
Taking to Twitter , one fan said: “shame on you @Channel4 for bringing all this up again. Jade is dead is that not enough punishment for her and her family. All you are going to achieve is to stir up more hatred against her and the other people involved.”
Another agreed: “Let the poor lassie rest in peace those poor kids don't need to hear vile remarks about their dead mother.”
A third tweeted: “Let her Rest in peace,” as others also didn’t understand why the documentary was re-airing the footage.
The documentary features one more part, concluding next Wednesday at 9pm on Channel 4.