Trisha Paytas clams drug-sharing took place in CBB

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 18 August 2017
Trisha Paytas

Trisha Paytas

'Celebrity Big Brother' quitter Trisha Paytas has claimed her former housemates were doing drugs

Trisha Paytas has accused her former 'Celebrity Big Brother' housemates of sharing drugs.

The YouTube sensation - who dramatically quit the reality TV show last week - has claimed producers failed to show the public what "vile" behaviour was actually going on behind closed doors and has even suggested that the contestants had been taking substances.

According to The Sun Online, the blonde star took to her Twitter account and wrote in a since-deleted post: "The vileness that came from these housemates' mouths that they didn't air would shock you. The drug sharing in the house would shock you."

Drugs are banned in the infamous house and a spokesperson for Channel 4 has said bosses are constantly watching the housemates and "monitoring" their behaviour.

The representative said: "Big Brother constantly monitors housemates and their behaviour."

But this isn't the first time drugs have been brought up this series as Paul Danan flipped earlier this month when his co-star Sarah Harding accused him of popping pills.

The argument erupted when 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Brandi Glanville asked him how he was feeling as he frantically paced around the living room.

He replied: "I'm just trying to get through the non-alcohol thing. I'm just struggling."

Brandi replied: "Well Sarah said you were taking a pill."

Paul, 39, then stormed out into the garden towards Sarah and

screeched: "Sarah don't ever insinuate that I'm taking a pill! I'm taking Paracetamol and Ibuprofen."

The blonde star panicked and told the actor to calm down.

But Paul hit back: "No, I'm not going to f*****g calm down. I'm the one that's clean and sober what the f**k are you doing?"

After the pair started to raise their voices, 'Gogglebox' star Sandi pulled Paul away and he raced up to the diary room to talk through his issues.

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