Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Gay Contestant On Croatian 'Big Brother' Claims Attacks

NewNowNext reports:

On Celebrity Big Brother in the U.S. out housemate Ross Mathews almost took home the grand prize and was voted America’s Favorite Housemate—but the gay housemate on the version of Big Brother airing in Croatia wasn’t so warmly welcomed in his house.

Matija Stainer was recently evicted from the Big Brother house and in his exit interview with the series host he made allegations that he was attacked by another housemate during his time on the show.

Stainer claims producers allowed his attacker to stay in the house and “took no public action over the incident.” He also stated that he was not only physically attacked, but also had to endure homophobic slurs and bullying from some of the other contestants in the house.

According to Gay Star News, when Stainer was introduced to his housemates, one of the contestants commented, “Vidi se odmah da voli primati”—when translated in English means: “You can clearly see he loves to take it [up the ass].” He also says he was called “pederčina” in the house, an awful gay insult that does not have an English translation but “peder” translates to “faggot.”

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