All is not good in the BB house as Perez’s erratic behaviour goes from bad to worse, ending with Alexander O’Neal using an offensive anti-gay slur.
If you were wondering why Perez was sitting behind the stairs in the last night’s eviction show, it’s because a whole load of shiz had been going on that we didn’t see… (yet).
Earlier on in the day Perez had been antagonising Criticise hit maker, Alexander O’Neal by staring and blowing kisses at him. When Alexander leaves to go to the lounge, Perez follows and sits silently. Eventually, this causes Alexander to tell Perez, “I know what you want but you’re not going to get it…You’re going to sit there with that silly ass fa**ot look on your face”
The other Housemates stop Alexander from making any further comments, as Perez walks away. Katie storms after Perez and tells him, “No one messes with the big guy!”
Perez then discovers that Katie has broken the hare statue, and she is called to the Diary Room.
Later in the diary room Alexander tells Big Brother that he doesn’t feel comfortable in any corner of the House. Big Brother then issues Alexander with a formal warning because of his unacceptable language towards Perez. Alexander apologises for his actions.
Perez tells Big Brother that he needs to speak with his lawyer and initially refuses to sit in the Diary Room chair. He goes on to say that two Housemates have threatened him, and questions whether Alexander can control his emotions. Perez then starts crying and says “I have tried with every ounce of my being to be a professional here” Big Brother reassures Perez that his welfare is a top priority.
Vile homophobia has been directed at Perez Hilton from users on Twitter after he was seen acting out in the Big Brother garden in yesterday’s show. His performance got Michelle Visage all emotional, saying that his behaviour had set back the gay community fifty years.
CBB continues tonight on Channel 5 at 9PM
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