Big Brother's Daley blasts 'devious' Hazel

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Daley Ojuederie

Daley Ojuederie

Former 'Big Brother' star Daley Ojuederie has slammed his former housemate Hazel O'Sullivan for being a "devious liar" after he was forced to leave the Channel 5 show.

Daley Ojuederie has blasted "devious" Hazel O'Sullivan after he was removed from the 'Big Brother' house.

The 28-year-old boxer has slammed his former housemate for being a "liar" after he was forced to leave the programme for being "aggressive" towards the brunette beauty, who told Big Brother she was "terrified" when he put his hands around her throat and said he would "nut her".

Daley - who had been flirting with the model, despite being in a relationship Katie Corriette - said: "Forty-eight hours ago Hazel and I were mates.

"Forty-eight hours on, I never want to see her again. I don't need to and don't want to.

"I can't believe what she said. I'd never hit a woman in my life.

"When they called me in I thought I had spoken about nominations and was being sent to jail.

"I didn't expect to be thrown out. Then I discover what she said about me. Why did she do this to me?

"I don't want to waste my breath on her. I do now think she should have gone as well. I told Big Brother she was devious and a liar. I never want anything to do with her again."

While Daley admits the pair's row must have "looked bad on TV", he insists she never told him she felt scared by the experience and cuddled him afterwards in bed.

He added to the Daily Star newspaper: "A lot of the time we would play fight like that and talk like that.

"The drink that night probably escalated things but that was us most of the time.

"They just never showed it on TV.

"What people didn't realise is while I am saying things like 'nut you' and 'finish you' I am smiling and laughing. She was doing the same.

"I may have had my hands around her throat but there was no pressure there. I know this looks bad on TV and if I have offended anyone I apologise. It was a joke. I was never trying to choke her.

"Hazel never said she was frightened. I asked her if she was all right and she said she was.

"We even went to bed afterwards and cuddled. It was a done deal as far as I was concerned."

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