Another housemate has come forward with a story about Bear that she claims we 'did not know' about...
Stephen Bear might have already scooped the top prize of this year’s series of Celebrity Big Brother, but he’s still continuing to cause controversy.
It’s safe to say that the reality star, who made a name for himself on MTV’s Ex On The Beach, put his housemates through their paces during his time on the show.
His relationships with the rest of the house were pretty, well, turbulent (unless you happened to be Chloe Khan, that is).
But he didn’t feud with anyone quite as spectacularly as he did with Mob Wives’ Renee Graziano – although Aubrey O’Day gave it a pretty good shot.
Renee didn’t waste any time in standing up for herself when Bear was on the wind-up.
And since the Channel 5 show has ended, she’s opened up about what living with him was really like.
Chatting to Fubar Radio’s Access All Areas with Lizzie Cundy and OK! Online’s Stephen Leng, Renee revealed: ‘Listen to me, you do not know what he did.
‘I’m telling you! He kicked Frankie in the balls! And then he said he didn’t mean to do it.
‘He used stuff against me about my divorce. He used things about my divorce against me. He plotted, he planned.’
Eep. This news could be particularly poignant for fans of the show, as CBB have already been accused of ‘fixing’ the editing in Bear’s favour, and failing to show some of his more controversial behaviour to the voting public.
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Renee continued: ‘He is evil, and he will play at any cost.
‘But I will say this, there is a side to Bear that is beautiful. Unfortunately he only lets it out when he’s playing the game.’
‘Fix’ allegations were also fuelled by Samantha Fox during her eviction interview.
She revealed that Stephen had ‘nearly blinded’ her when he sprayed water in her eye as part of a prank, causing her contact lens to dislodge. Ouch.
CBB have yet to comment on the claims, but Bear’s beau Chloe Khan has fiercely shut down the idea, and Bear himself has said: ‘I believe everyone’s edited how they are so if you keep being funny and positive there’s only one way you can be edited.’