Loudmouth Lesley favourite for BB boot

Lesley is favourite to be evicted from the Big Brother house this week as her bitching about Sam reaches new heights.

Lesley is favourite to be evicted from the Big Brother house this week as her bitching about Sam reaches new heights.

The loudmouthed 19-year-old laid into Sam yet again today – branding her a “silly little tart” in their latest slanging match.

It prompted Maxwell and Anthony to spring to Sam’s defence.

Today’s row flared during a conversation about chicken nuggets.

Lesley accused Sam of eating more than her fair share and, when Sam told her to shut up, spat: “One day you’re going to have the s*** knocked out of you.”

Student Sam replied: “Stop threatening me.”

Lesley hissed: “If I threatened you, you’d know about it, you silly little tart.”

At that point Maxwell stepped in and told Lesley: “Why don’t you just leave her alone?”

When Lesley protested he yelled: “Just let it go, darling. Stop being a little girl. Grow up.”

Maxwell had earlier told Big Brother he was worried about Sam because she looked so miserable.

Anthony also chipped in and told Lesley: “You’re a nice lass, but you’re being an a***hole.”

All the housemates face eviction this Friday and Huddersfield girl Lesley’s odds have been slashed from 6/1 to 4/5.

Ladbrokes spokesman Warren Lush said: “Money is pouring in for Lesley to go. It is time for her to dust off the PVC nurse’s outfit she wore when she entered the house and book a one-way ticket back to Huddersfield.

“She is now odds-on to go. Too much bitching and backbiting has made her the most unpopular housemate so far this series.”

Meanwhile Seventies dancer Anthony has been forced to deny he is gay.

Lesley is convinced the Consett lad is in touch with his feminine side.

But Anthony insisted: “I think it’s funny if people call me gay. If only they knew how much I love women.”

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