Big Brother's Arron Lowe felt victimised

Big Brother contestant Arron Lowe has said he felt victimised in the reality house.

Arron was evicted from the show last weekend after losing out in the public vote to Conor McIntyre, Becky Hannon and Deana Uppal.

Chatting to journalists after his eviction, the model insisted that viewers did not see his "insecure side".

Arron told Channel 5: "People didn't get to see the softer side of me, I'm a family kind of guy and I certainly wouldn't like to make people feel upset or anything like that.

"Like I say, a lot of the time in the house I felt like that myself."

He added: "I didn't feel like I was a bully, I've been a victim of bullying myself outside of the house growing up and I was also a victim inside the house.

"There were a lot of people that made me feel victimised but I just sat on it. When people started having an argument, I stepped up then to settle things before they got worse.

"Maybe I should have let my emotion out and people may have seen me in a different light."

He added: "The difficult people that made me feel uncomfortable were Adam, Luke S and Deana. It was almost like they'd ask me questions hoping for an uneducated answer so they could just let rip.

"A lot of the time I was surrounded by a group of people who'd let rip and not care about the consequences.

"So a lot of the time I felt victimised and uncomfortable, it was like waking up in a nightmare and I don't like feeling like that."

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