Caroline Wharram warned about bullying
'Big Brother's Caroline Wharram has been warned about bullying her other housemates on the Channel 5 show
'Big Brother's Caroline Wharram has been warned about bullying.
The 20-year-old contestant was taken to the diary room and given a talking to by Big Brother for her weeks of harsh comments to her fellow housemates and Caroline responded by bursting into tears.
Big Brother said: "The pressures and demands of the environment in the 'Big Brother' house can lead to behaviour which can be defined as bullying.
"Bullying can include lots of different things - factions developing, tensions, or the ostracising of individuals.
"Do you think that any of your behaviour fits the descriptions given above?"
The emotional blonde replied: "Yes. I would never, ever intend to victimise or bully anybody. I feel absolutely awful but I genuinely would never make someone feel left out. I've just been a completely manipulative bully and I haven't intended to at all."
Caroline previously sparked a race row when she referred to Dudley-born housemate Adam Kelly as a "gorilla" after accusing him of spinning her too fast on a roundabout during a task, and she was later summoned to the Diary Room, given a formal warning by Big Brother and told to "mind her language".
She said: "He's just a ridiculous gorilla - bowl haircut, no sanitation. He's just disgusting."
The ex-boarding school student was told her remarks were "unacceptable" and "potentially offensive", and she immediately apologised profusely to Big Brother and later to the former Los Angeles gang member.