A huge security breach allegedly jeopardised the Big Brother house.
According to reports, a YouTuber attempted to fly a drone above the London residence and capture roommates such as Yinrun, Farida, and Hallie.
Panicked security personnel are said to have sought to remove the man, who videotaped their dialogue and refused to leave.
While ITV personnel allegedly urged him to leave, The Sun claims the guy informed them he had hacked into their radio systems and listened in on Big Brother team chats.
The man then allegedly continued to photograph the ITV2 reality show’s staff and studio cars, claiming to be on public ground – a highway.
A Big Brother spokesperson said: ‘We have robust and rigorous security measures in place across our site for the safety of the Big Brother house, production team and Housemates.
‘Safety and welfare is always a priority.’
While Big Brother has only been back on our screens for a week, there has already been plenty of drama amongst the housemates, most notably between Kerry and Farida, who are both up for elimination.
Kerry, the NHS manager, was in tears after one dramatic scene when tensions between her and the make-up artist began to rise following Pot Noodle-gate, and they argued even again after the shopping job on Thursday.
Farida also provoked uproar by asking Hallie ‘crazy’ questions about being trans.
Hallie, the youngest competitor to join the historic house at the age of 18, previously made the daring step of addressing a personal matter.
She began: ‘Hey, guys. I just have something to say. Yesterday I felt like I wasn’t being 100% authentic in myself.
‘I thought I’d let everyone know I’m trans if you didn’t know already. I just thought I’d make that loud and clear. I’m a trans woman if you didn’t know.’
Her housemates praised her for opening up and she has embraced all of their inquiries, but she probably wasn’t anticipating one from Farida regarding if the individuals who fancied her were homosexual.
Hallie calmly responded by explaining she is a woman, so the men wouldn’t be gay, and later admitted she didn’t ‘take offence’ to it.
However, the scenario sparked considerable discussion on social media, with many users flocking to X, previously Twitter, to offer their thoughts.
‘I definitely understand Hallie’s annoyance at Farida’s questions. She handled the whole situation very well. #BBUK,’ wrote one person.
Another added: ‘Farida those questions to Hallie were so direct and personal. It’s like going up to someone asking “Are you gay?” her questions were way too personal to ask out loud like that. I don’t think she is very aware in how she behaves #bbuk.’
Big Brother continues at 9pm ITV2 and ITVX.
Source My Celebrity Life.