Big Brother's Deana: 'Conor Has Treated Me Like S**t'
Miss India UK speaks her mind after nominations are revealed...
Big Brother housemate Deana Uppal has been getting things off her chest following the nominations of Conor Mcintyre and Shievonne Robinson this week.
According to Digital Spy, the Miss India UK winner has been involved in a lengthy stand-up row with Shievonne and has declared to fellow housemate Caroline Wharram that Conor has treated her "like s**t for weeks".
When Caroline said that she thought Conor or Shievonne's departure would be a loss to the house, Deane reacted angrily.
She said: "Conor has been horrible for three weeks. He's not done anything to you, but I've done nothing to him and he's treated me like s**t for three weeks.
"What kind of man is that to make a girl feel intimidated? Men do not make women feel like s**t. He deserves whatever he gets. How has he been grown up to make a girl cry? What kind of family has he grown up in?"
And then she turned her fire on Shievonne, telling Caroline: "For some people she is quite harsh. I don't even know what the problem is. Why doesn't she act like a proper lady and say, 'we are friends, but you've done this'?
"Instead, she's being so harsh with me. Is that how adults are supposed to act? Why make such a big thing out of it and make me feel like s**t?"
Talking about the prospect of Conor going, she added: "It will be very different, but on my side I will be more comfortable. He's been nasty, very, very nasty."
And she also had it out face-to-face with Shievonne, when their bickering over Arron Lowe's departure flared up into a full-on row.
Deane said: "All you've done is give me dirty looks, I asked if there was a problem and you said 'no'. Everyone makes mistakes and everyone says things that they shouldn't."
But Shievonne was feeling offended and retorted: "We're friends and if you come up to me and say 'I'm silly', that's emotionally void. Real friends know when s**t is going down. You chipped in when I was vulnerable."
We told you yesterday how Ofcom has received more than 1,000 complaints about Conor's behaviour.