'The show is fake' CBB contestant Trisha Paytas lashes out in video

Celebrity Big Brother Summer 2017

Trisha Paytas has wasted no time in revealing what she really thought of her 'Celebrity Big Brother' housemates, posting a tell-all video on her YouTube page less than 12 hours after quitting the show. The 29-year-old was seen crying and regretting her decision to leave.

"In the four-minute clip, she described Sarah Harding as a "piece of s***" and a c**t".

Trisha went on to say how Big Brother can not "silence her" and appeared to threaten to expose the "truth" about the show.

"Honestly, I've never met more awful people then the ones in that #CBB house, they all just desperately want a career again". "I do not regret leaving now and I have some stuff to say".

She lasted right till the end first time around, but at her second crack of the "I'm A Celeb" whip, the Bushtucker Trials proved too much for Katie, who had returned to the jungle to get "closure" after splitting from Peter Andre.

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"Meanwhile, Chad does it and every single girl does bikinis but because he looks at me and I have all this body hanging out he's like disgusted by it. You have 3,000 people on Instagram".

Trisha also took aim at Sarah Harding, describing her as a "little c**** a*s b***h".

She said: "The s**t they do in that house is shady as f*** and they cater towards Sarah and it's some shady a** s**t that would not fly in America, that's all I'm going to say about that".

She went head to head with Apprentice Star Karthik Nagesan in Friday night's (August 11) live eviction special on Channel 5 and won out.

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