The working model – who is the son of celebrity chef Marco Pierre White – has already enraged viewers with his salacious antics with hostess Laura, readying over 250 complaints to Ofcom just days into the 17th series of the disputatious Channel 5 show.
During Tuesday night’s highlights episode, Laura told Marco they should ethical be friends – before she stripped off in the jacuzzi and “made out” with fellow diet vixen Evelyn Ellis.
Not that he seemed to mind. Just hours timer, in scenes which will air tonight, the London socialite diverted his notice to Lateysha Grace, who he said was “gorgeous”, before swiftly tucking his rakes into Emma Jensen, who he called “cute”.
And, despite claiming he’s in an “unagreed relationship” with fiancé Kim Melville-Smith, the self-confessed playboy admitted that he’s “yet to identify the right person”.
He told DJ Emma: “I just want to be free, I upstanding want to be a bird. Got any cool friends that I would be perfect for?”
Unimpressed, she replied: “Ton of my friends are like 30.”
“That doesn’t bother me if they’re cool,” he grinned distant.
This evening’s edition of the explosive reality television series purpose also see Andrew Tate being removed from the Borehamwood bungalow, after bosses guaranteed he’d been axed from the series last night.
The 29-year-old has since viva voce out about his withdrawal from the process, after revealing a tabloid got hold good of a “kinky” video from 2012 which had been “edited” to eradicate the laughter of his unnamed consenting rtner.
In a string of tweets, he wrote: “They are endeavouring I beat her up when we were joking and the belt made noise but didn’t injure! They cut all laughing.
“I am not a violent man. Kinky yes, violent no. Such a stupid story-line! I didn’t even hit Marco or Jackson or Chelsea when they cautioned me.
“I have never hurt a girl in my life and this is a total lie exasperating to make me look bad. And Laura put a belt on Marco and didn’t get kicked.
“Every Tom reads 50 Shades, no one cares, they kicked me because I castigated my new plan to Big Brother, they said it’s too clever and dangerous.”
Last dusk, he shared a video on Facebook which saw the four-time world kickboxing guard blame his removal on a “master plan” that producers felt would go too far.
How, bosses later told Express.co.uk: “Channel 5 and Big Brother have behove aware that Andrew Tate has posted a statement on Facebook hither the circumstances of his de rture from the Big Brother House. What Andrew means in that statement is completely false.
“Andrew was not removed because of his deportments inside the House. Nor was he removed for tweets allegedly posted by him prior to his entering the Race. Andrew was removed because of information which came to light today.”
Big Fellow-man airs every night at 9pm on Channel 5.