'Big Brother': Mandy Longworth Suggests Arthur Fulford's Exit Is 'All Very Cloak And Dagger'

'The fact nobody’s saying anything leads me to believe it’s something more sinister.'

15/06/2017 11:31 | Updated 15 June 2017

‘Big Brother’ evictee Mandy Longworth has admitted she’s suspicious about the nature of Arthur Fulford’s departure from the show.

Earlier this week, it was announced that following a private, unaired conversation with producers in the Diary Room, Arthur had chosen to leave the house.

However, while viewers assumed this meant he had walked, Mandy has said that after spending every day with him for a week, she doesn’t think that would be in his character.

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Mandy Longworth

Since leaving the house, Arthur reportedly told ‘BB’ legend Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace that he left because he was fed up with the “cool group” in the house making him feel “inferior”, though Mandy also suggested the idea he was “bullied” in the house didn’t quite add up either.

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Arthur Fulford

A spokesperson for ‘Big Brother’ declined to comment on the matter when approached by HuffPost UK.

Mandy became the first housemate to leave the current series last week, and she was none too pleased at the nature of her elimination, which saw People’s Housemate Tom Barber choosing her for the chop.

‘Big Brother’ airs nightly on Channel 5.

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