Celebrity Big Brother 2013: Drama queens Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag say they feared being MURDERED in the house!
Say what you will about the now former Celebrity Big Brother housemates Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, but it can’t be denied that they brought drama to the house, and it would seem they’re intent on continuing to do so now they’re out of it too!
That’s because today, the couple – who are of course known as Speidi – have told the Daily Star Sunday that they feared they would be murdered in the house by one of their fellow housemates.
Branding some of the celebrity housemates “volatile and violent,” the pair revealed that they instructed Big Brother to lock them away from the others, as they feared for their lives.
Spencer said: “We didn’t sleep much at all. I always had one eye open…
“We were watching them thinking they were going to try and kill us in our sleep. We were constantly nervous something might happen.”
He added, “Every time we saw any of them near knives we left the kitchen straight away.
“Some of them would itch their own face with a butcher’s knife – it was mentally insane.
“If they’ll hold knives by their own faces I didn’t know what they were capable of.”
Heidi added, “They were at such an intense level in the house, we thought they would come and mess with us. Who knows what they would do?
“At times they were very volatile, easily triggered and they had violent tendencies. So I was scared.”
The first sign of tensions in the house of course occurred when Speidi returned from the basement, where they’d spent 48 hours spying on their fellow housemates.
As Rylan Clark and Ryan Moloney took the couple to task, things turned heated and Razor Ruddock loomed towards Spencer saying, “I could be the horriblist c*** to you…”
Security were apparently called into the house, and Razor was later given a warning over his conduct, for which he apologised.
Of the row, Heidi said, “I was really scared by Razor’s behaviour. I thought we would have to run to get away from it.
“I didn’t want to get into a fight at all costs.”
Spencer added, “It was unnecessary. We weren’t bullying anyone and we were getting yelled at.
“Razor lost the plot at that point – he admitted to me he blacked out. I was terrified.”
However, Spencer went on to reveal that he was given a formal warning “every day” by the show’s producers.
He said, “I was called in every day and told off. But I don’t think I was a bad enough baddie. I had to keep it at a steady pace.”
And of Speidi’s frequent complaints about hygiene in the house, Heidi said, “They didn’t even wash their hands when they were cooking.
“We had a set of plates and forks given to us so we didn’t have to share with them.”
Spencer added, “I watched Razor put his hands on his balls for a few minutes and then help prepare food.
“The bathroom was terrifying. I don’t know what their digestive systems do but the smells they created should be illegal.
“Take that to the battlezone in Afghanistan – send that to the bad guys.
“They think spraying cheap cologne masks the smell. But it combines to make a chemical weapon.”
No doubt this won’t be the last we hear from Speidi, but for now, here’s a reminder of a recent interview with the couple…