When its director, Theo Van Gogh, was shot dead in an Amsterdam street in 2004, a death threat against Ms Hirsi Ali was pinned to his chest.
Since then she has lived in safe houses in Washington and New York under constant armed protection.
But the 36-year-old will drop plans to take legal action if the BBC give her a contract to appear on next year's Strictly, sources claimed.
From falling through a trap door at the Radio 1 Teen Choice Awards to baring all on the beach in a mesh swimsuit and rumours of a return to the I'm A Celebrity jungle, it's been a busy few weeks for Gemma Collins.
Gemma Collins will reportedly halt plans to sue the BBC following her trapdoor fall - in exchange for a slot on Strictly Come Dancing.
She works as a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a conservative think-tank.
On these grounds, she has suggested she will sue the corporation for the incident.
However, the BBC have told Mail Online: 'The BBC takes the health and safety of everyone involved very seriously and we are awaiting a full report from Remedy - the production company who made the show - about the incident.
The red carpet event was the perfect excuse to model this embellished number from her very own couture collection, and we love the long sleeves, V-neckline and thigh high split.
The combination of sequins and mesh is gorgeous, and bravo to her stylist Lucas Armitage for adding statement tassel earrings too!