Bully Lesley voted out of Big Brother; NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL NEWS ROUND-UP.
The sales co-ordinator (right) was the second to leave the house and was hot favourite to be booted out of the Channel Four reality show, after her bullying of fellow housemate Sam.
The 19-year-old, from Huddersfield, dressed in a PVC police uniform, emerged to a chorus of boos from the crowd.
Lesley said her time in the house was "awful", and explained she had wanted to go as she had been ill, was with people she didn't like and missed her mummy.
Asked why viewers had voted for her eviction, she said: "I was a total bitch."
Shocked by clips of her attacks on student Sam, she said: "While I was in the house, it did bring out the bad side of me, I am not normally that harsh.
All 12 housemates had been nominated for last night's eviction after one of them broke the rules and discussed voting.
Unpopular Lesley received 36 per cent of the total votes cast. She had been warned she would be booted out if she continued her vendetta against Sam.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Jun 11, 2005|
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