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Big Brother 2022: Layla delivers scathing verdict on housemates as truth behind eviction twist revealed


Newly evicted housemate Layla Subritzky had a no-holds-barred explanation about the true dynamics in the Big Brother house and the 10-year-old drama that resurfaced from her previous season in 2012.

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According to Layla, 34, this split caused a major divide in the house this year.

Speaking exclusively with 7Entertainment, Layla revealed she “didn’t really have a great time” in the house, sharing that “housemates would ignore” her.

She revealed that this was part of the true reason she made herself vulnerable to eviction by saving Johnson Ashak.

Layla is from Big Brother’s season in 2012.
Layla is from Big Brother’s season in 2012. Credit: NIGEL WRIGHT/Seven

“There was a clear divide between the house,” the former 2012 housemate said.

“The game was next level and no-one really wanted to have a conversation with you to get to know you, they just wanted to have a conversation with you to make you like them.”

She said that, unlike her season, there were “no genuine connections in the house”.

“It was just so manipulative, like who could manipulate you the most in making you believe that they’ve got you back when no one had anyone’s back.”

Layla said she experienced “shell shock” at this, as she chooses not to associate with “those types of people” in her day-to-day life.

“I was pretty shocked when I was in the house to start with. I would have preferred to have stayed in the sewers if I’m honest.”

Layla entered the house with fellow former housemates Drew Anthony and Trevor Butler, and the three had to stay in the underground sewer for three days, stealing food from the house above.

‘It was a bit of a s*** show’

“Look, I didn’t really have a great time in there, to be honest,” she went on.

“It wasn’t great, it wasn’t nice.”

Layla said that after she made her arrival in the main house, she was “ignored” by housemates when trying to make connections.

“It was a bit of a s*** show, to be honest.”

Layla was not the only returnee from her season in 2012.

She was also joined by Estelle Landy, who re-entered the house three days prior to Layla.

“When I got into the house, Estelle has already told the housemates that she was bullied in 2012 by myself and Benjamin [Norris],” Layla claimed.

The 34-year-old said that after she arrived the housemates were like “a pack of wolves for [her], saying “’You’re a bully, you’re a f****** bully, you bullied Estelle’”.

“And then on the next day, some of the OGs nominated me because of that, because I was a bully to Estelle in 2012,” Layla said.

The season nine runner-up revealed that after hearing this, she found Estelle, apologised, and gave her a hug.

“I just apologised, because I’m not a bully. I apologised like ‘Oh, I’m so sorry if you felt like I was a bully towards you in 2012. You’re the most nominated housemate of all time, but that wasn’t because of me’.

“So I apologised and I gave her a hug, and I was like ‘I’m so sorry that you think that’,” Layla recalled.

2012 runner-up Layla Subritzky.
2012 runner-up Layla Subritzky. Credit: Seven

Last-minute vote change

In Monday night’s episode, Layla was up for eviction against ‘newbie’ Johnson and ‘OG’ Farmer Dave.

Although knowing the votes were “pretty even” between Johnson and herself, at the last minute Layla decided to not put her vote towards him.

Instead, she voted for Dave, fully aware that he was a safe vote.

“I just spent so much time with Johnson and I saw him in the eviction room and how he was speaking and it just reminded me of why I did Big Brother in the first place back in the day and really just saw his inner child and I wanted to save him, so I changed my vote last minute instead of voting for Johnson,” she explained.

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