Big Brother hit by over 400 Ofcom complaints from fans furious over Late And Live exit interview | The Sun

BIG Brother was hit with over 400 Ofcom complaints last week following Trish’s eviction and Chanelle’s interrogation on Late and Live.

Viewers were left gobsmacked and angry after Trish suddenly lost her place in the house – despite calls for her win.

At the time fans took to X in their droves and revealed their plans to call Ofcom.

One person commented: “Can we take this to Ofcom??? Trish going was a scene of distressing nature and we were not warned.”

While someone else said: “I WILL be spam sending Ofcom complaints bc there's no way Trish got eliminated.”

The broadcasting regulator received 133 complaints during the live eviction after her exit and then 328 during Late and Live – as Chanelle was interviewed about her behaviour.

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Ofcom said: “More than 300 people objected to the questioning of Chanelle about her conflict with Trish on the spin-off show Late and Live.”

During that show AJ Odudu and Will Best quizzed Chanelle about lying to Trish.

Holding Chanelle accountable, AJ said: "Let's talk about Trish now because you and Trish really did butt heads – particularly this week.

She continued: "She felt like you were talking about her specificaly during that rule break, but then later you made out that you could have been talking about anybody…. but, Chanelle. Being honest, who were you talking about?"

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"Oooh I don't know if I want to tell anybody," Chanelle muttered.

"Come on," AJ said, wriggling impatiently in her seat, while Will said: "I think we all know."

And while many applauded the hosts for trying to get the truth out of Chanelle, others felt it was too harsh.

Meanwhile quickly took a turn for Trish though and public opinion of her changed swiftly after a series of her 'racist and homophobic' tweets were exposed.

Fans were furious to discover the offensive posts from 2012 about gay and Asian people.

There are also vile Hitler tweets sent by Trish circulating online, all of which The Sun does not wish to repeat.

She later apologised with a lengthy statement, but was banned from any future appearance on Big Brother.

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