'I feel like I've been fed to the wolves': Paranoia grows in the Big Brother house as Lydia throws a strop
01:31 GMT, 12 June 2012
She's been in the Big Brother house less than a week, but it appears the paranoid is getting to dancer Lydia Louisa.
The 25-year-old brunette, who is engaged to Andy Scott-Lee – the ex-husband of Michelle Heaton – ended up throwing a temper tantrum after she wrongly suspected two housemates were talking about her.
After winning immunity in her secret task, new housemate Becky Hannon hid under a rug in the kitchen to whisper about nominations with Sara McLean.
Paranoia: Big Brother housemate Lydia Louisa throws her cutlery and storms out of the kitchen after wrongly thinking housemates are talking about her
Although Becky had actually said she may nominate Lauren Carre, paranoid Lydia convinced herself they were discussing her.
Slamming down her cutlery, she stormed out of the kitchen, bemusing her fellow housemates.
Raging, Lydia fumed: 'Becky and Sara are so rude. They're hiding under a rug talking about me.
Chill out: Despite being one of several people in the kitchen, Lydia thinks Becky and Sara – pictured under the rug – after talking about her
'I felt uncomfortable and paranoid.'
Becky then followed her into the bathroom, asking if she was upset because she had used 'her' rug.
Lydia hit back: 'Its not my rug… Have some respect for people. Talking about people in front of people.'
Confusion: Becky thinks Lydia is upset because she took her rug out of the bedroom, but the latter insists its not her rug
Becky insisted she wasn't discussing her, saying: 'I was just been told something confidential.'
Lydia then replied: 'I thought you were talking about me.'
Becky tried to calm down the situation: 'This whole house is a paranoid situation. I've heard you talking about me…'
Lydia denied she had, but Deana Uppal contradicted her and said she had discussed their conversation with Becky already.
Innocent: New housemate Becky said the house was making Lydia paranoid
Later that night, she complained to Big Brother that she had been 'fed to the wolves like a slab of meat'.
She accused her fellow housemates of 'trying to bring me into their silly games'.
She admitted she thought her housemates probably expected her to be up for nomination again after narrowly escaping leaving the house last week.
'Thrown to the wolves': Lydia told Big Brother that she felt she was being wrongly targeted by her housemates