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BB’s Danny ‘would do anything to be famous’

Published 01/07/2015

Danny Wisker
Danny Wisker

Big Brother’s Danny Wisker is terrible in bed according to a former housemate.

The 29-year-old has been growing close to Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace since her return to the house last week. But an alleged former flame has come forward to say his nice guy persona is all an act.

“He would sell his own mum to be famous,” Big Brother 15 contestant Biannca Lake said, according to British newspaper The Mirror. “He's not a nice person, everything he does there's always an agenda that comes with it.”

Biannca appeared in last year’s series alongside Helen Wood, who also came back and had arguments with Danny before her eviction last week. Biannca went on to tell the Daily Star Online that he pursued her after she exited the house and they allegedly ended up in bed together.

“As it hit morning, with me starting to sober up, I realised he was actually a sh*t f**k,” she said, before adding that Danny name dropped celebrities he’d been with. “[It was] all a bit cringe, I'm not impressed by stuff like this so it didn't bother me."

While Danny is unable to defend himself against the claims as he's still in the house, a love triangle could potentially be forming between him, Aisleyne and Hotel Big Brother guest Jasmine Lennard. The former Celebrity Big Brother star returned to the reality series as part of the ‘Hotel from Hell’ task which will see familiar faces check in for a luxury stay.

It’s believed that Jasmine and Danny have taken a shine to each other straightaway, but Aisleyne currently doesn’t mind the former model cuddling her beau as he “gives good hugs”.

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