It has now been made official by ‘Paula’ at Channel 4 that Alexandra has been removed from the house for continuous unnaceptable behaviour.
Hello there. As you may have guessed from the suspension of the vote, something has been up in the Big Brother House today. Here is the press release, which explains the reason why Friday night’s eviction has been cancelled
“Contestant Alexandra De-Gale has been removed from the Big Brother house for repeatedly breaking the programmeâ€™s rules by behaving in an unacceptable and sometimes intimidating manner towards fellow housemates.
Alex was in discussion with Darnell in the living room shortly after 10.15pm yesterday evening (17th June), with a number of other housemates in proximity.
Discussing her nomination for this weekâ€™s eviction, Alex was heard to make apparently intimidatory comments about her intentions on leaving the house. Shortly afterwards, Dennis, Rebecca and Rex discussed her comments in the garden and were clear that they found her behaviour to be threatening, a view that Rex repeated subsequently during a diary room discussion with Big Brother.
This incident follows a series of arguments involving Alex since the ninth series of Big Brother started on 5th June. She has twice been called to the diary room and reminded of the rules governing behaviour towards other housemates.
Her latest remarks were not screened via the â€˜as liveâ€™ streaming on E4 but were reported up to senior production staff. The decision was taken to remove Alex from the house on the grounds that she had repeatedly broken the programmeâ€™s rules governing housematesâ€™ behaviour, despite twice being reminded of her responsibilities.
Alex was called to the Diary Room at approximately 8pm on Wednesday 18th June to be informed of the decision and was removed from the house without further contact with other contestants.
She was one of two housemates nominated for eviction this week and as a result, in line with the terms and conditions covering phone voting on Big Brother, the latest eviction vote has been cancelled.
Angela Jain, Head of E4 and Big Brother at Channel 4, said: â€œAlexâ€™s comments will be widely interpreted as having been intended to intimidate. Other housemates have said they found her comments to be threatening and we believe that is a reasonable conclusion for them to have reached given the way Alex has behaved previously.
â€œBig Brother has very clear rules about housematesâ€™ conduct and that kind of behaviour is not acceptable. She had already been spoken to twice about her behaviour and, like all housemates, was clearly informed before entering the house that she faced eviction if she acted in an unacceptable manner.â€
Source: Channel 4