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Bitchy Bea Turns On Freddie
Bea turned on Freddie tonight after he accused her of having
a negative attitude.
It all started after Freddie lost his temper with Big Brother
for ordering him, Siavash and Marcus to sit in prison in direct
sunlight. When the lads broke-out
of jail, Bea branded Freddie a 'rebel without a cause', provoking
the entrepreneur to accuse her of guilt-mongering and spreading
negativity in the House.
Bea was incensed with his comments, and most of the group
sided with the non-hippy recruitment consultant as she bickered
with her one-time closest pal. Charlie told Dave and Lisa
in the garden later in the evening: "I think he's finally
found his match, someone to put him in his place". Habitual
suck-up Charlie then went and kissed Bea.
Marcus sympathised with Freddie though, telling his posh
peer that he'd told Bea she was out-of-order to say what she
said, and that she shouldn't always feel the need to open
her mouth. The Wolverine lookalike also claimed to have told
Bea that she worries about things too much i.e. sticks her
But although Bea vowed not to rise to Freddie's bait when
speaking to Charlie, she went-on to moan about Freddie all
evening and then had it out with him at bedtime.
"Don't come banging on my door unless you want it opened,"
spat the 24-year-old Bristolian, re-iterating how shocked
she was with his comments. She also pointed-out that he'd
had the advantage of being the cleverest housemate for some
time, in effect suggesting that she was more than a match
for him in terms of intellect.
In a vitriolic attack, Bea then accused Freddie of orchestrating
outcomes and thinking that he can always win verbally, of
waffling negative and offensive sh*t, and of being paranoid
that people are always talking about him, before repeating
that she was shocked and offended by his behaviour.
She then scolded the Oxford graduate like you might a teenage
boy, telling him in a horrible tone: "You've got some
cheek," and saying "You've upset me and I'm not
interested in hearing what you think when you know f**k all".
Defending his 'guilt-mongering' accusation, Freddie said
that the whole House had grown tired of Bea's negativity and
bitching, even if she just saw it as voicing her opinion,
but again Bea told him that he had a cheek.
Freddie told Bea that he was shocked at her negativity, saying
it's not the Bea he met when she first arrived, but in response
a dismissive Bea replied: "People see what they want
to see," before refusing to talk to him any more and
telling him to be quiet.
The thing is Bea, the public have now seen all they need
to, and they can tell that you're not some kind-of pacifist
hippy, you're a disloyal, nasty, bitchy, trouble-seeing and
Indeed, Bea proved Freddie right with his 'bitchy' accusation
by getting-up for a fag, being followed out into the garden
by Charlie, Lisa and David, stating that she didn't want to
talk about Freddie, but launching into a full-on bitching
And let's not forget the hypocrisy of it all, given that
she nominated both David and Lisa at the last round of nominations,
and they nominated her too.
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