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Aubrey O'Day given formal warning for CBB spitting

Published 04/08/2016

Aubrey O'Day
Aubrey O'Day

Stephen Bear wasn't too worried after Aubrey O'Day spat in his sandwich, admitting: "I've had worse things in my mouth!"

Aubrey O'Day has been given a formal warning on Celebrity Big Brother after spitting in housemate Stephen Bear's sandwich.

The former Danity Kane singer was called into the show's Diary Room during scenes which aired on Wednesday night's (03Aug16) episode and reprimanded for her disgusting behaviour after she was caught on camera spitting in the sandwich and cup of tea.

Bear ate the sandwich and drank the tea unaware Aubrey had spat in them.

Aubrey apologised for her inappropriate conduct, telling Bear: "I'm sorry. It was not done in a malicious way."

But Bear appeared far from upset when her actions were revealed, joking, "She spat in my tea, big deal! I’ll probably put her up for nomination every single week. I’ve had worse in my mouth!"

He later added: "If you want to kiss me that bad you can."

Aubrey's behaviour left viewers disgusted, with many questioning why Big Brother let Bear eat the sandwich and drink the tea if they had witnessed her spitting.

Someone else who saw O'Day complete the prank was Mob Wives star Renee Graziano, who has formed a close bond with Bear during their first week in the house.

However, after Renee confessed she was aware of the joke, Bear later revealed he felt as though she had "lied to him" by not informing him of what had happened.

The spitting is the latest scandal to hit the CBB house. Earlier in the week, 79 viewers complained that Saira Khan was being bullied when Geordie Shore's Marnie Simpson flashed her breasts in the Loose Women star's face as part of a game of Truth or Dare.

Meanwhile, Grant Bovey and James Whale are the first housemates up for eviction, receiving eight and eleven nominations respectively.

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