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Aaron Frew kicked out of Big Brother house

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A Big Brother contestant has been removed from the show following an incident of "inappropriate behaviour".

Aaron Frew, a 24-year-old model who joined the Channel 5 reality show on launch night earlier this month, got his marching orders after getting naked in front of housemates,including 19-year-old Joel Williams, despite repeated warnings otherwise.

A Big Brother spokeswoman said: "Aaron was removed from the Big Brother House for inappropriate behaviour. Four housemates will still be evicted on Friday."

National Trust opens Big Brother house to the public

The National Trust has opened up the Big Brother house to the public.

The custodian of many of the UK's most important properties is giving visitors the chance to peruse the custom-built house across two days.

The living area at the National Trust gala opening of the Big Brother House in Elstree Studios, Borehamwood Credit: Ian West/PA Wire

The house, on a plot at Elstree TV Studios, has been home to personalities such as footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones, Take That's Mark Owen and singer La Toya Jackson during Celebrity Big Brother over the years.

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Big Brother house to open its doors to the public

The National Trust has announced it will open up the Big Brother house to the public.

The custodian of many of the UK's most important properties will give visitors the chance to peruse the custom-built house across two days later this month.

The Big Brother house will be open to the public across two days later this month, Credit: Channel 5/PA Wire

The house, on a plot at Elstree TV Studios, has been home to personalities such as footballer-turned-actor Vinnie Jones, Take That's Mark Owen and singer La Toya Jackson during Celebrity Big Brother over the years.

Former MP Ann Widdecombe said she was "saddened" by the move and suggested the National Trust should concentrate on properties that have "stood the test of time".

Ex-Savile inquiry detective enters Big Brother house

A former detective who was involved in the Jimmy Savile abuse inquiry is among the contestants who entered the Big Brother house tonight.

Daniel Neal joined the Channel 5 show a day after his former employer, the Met Police, warned the broadcaster of the dangers of putting him on screen.

Daniel Neal speaks ahead of entering the Big Brother House. Credit: Big Brother/Channel 5/Endemol

Scotland Yard contacted the broadcaster afterdetails first emerged about Mr Neal's previous career and his work on Operation Yewtree, the investigation into Savile.

Before entering the house Dan clarified he was no longer working as a police officer, adding: "I've done ten-and-a-half years in the police and i've worked really hard, I've achieved a lot and had a rewarding career.

"I just need a change. I want to explore the creative side of my personality."

Big Brother cop says he won't embarrass police

A former police officer has told the Daily Star his decision to enter the Big Brother house won't damage the reputation of the police.

The Star says former Detective Constable Dan Neal worked on Operation Yewtree - the investigation into Jimmy Savile.

Big Brother contestant Dan Neal Credit: Daily Star

Scotland Yard has warned Big Brother broadcaster Channel 5 over the risks of having a former police officer as a contestant.

But Dan Neal told the Daily Star: "I don’t want to embarrass myself, let alone the police service. So I honestly don’t think it should have any impact on the investigation.

“It’s a game show at the end of the day. I don’t see how it would affect the image of the police."

Ex-officer 'wouldn’t jeopardise' Savile victims work

A former Operation Yewtree police officer who is reportedly expected to enter the Big Brother house today has spoken to the Daily Star about his motivation for taking part in the show.

Dan Neal said it had not been a "rash decision" and he does not want to "embarrass himself, let alone the police service".

Former Detective Constable Dan Neal is reportedly set to enter the Big Brother house today.

Scotland Yard has warned Channel 5 over the risks of having an officer who worked on the Jimmy Savile abuse inquiry on the show.

Neal said: "I think there will be some concern within the police, but ultimately I wouldn’t want to jeopardise a lot of the work I did with victims in the last eight months.”

He also blamed the Government for wanting to leave the force, adding: "The police have made a lot of changes in the last year or so. There have been a lot of changes to our pensions. I’m blaming the Government for me going into Big Brother"

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