Big Brother' celebrity India Willoughby was branded a "victim" after leaving a conversation with Ginuwine when he said he would not date a transgender person, after he refused her advances in scenes aired this Saturday night.
"The LGBT... you know I just think they need to respect it a bit more."".
The trans newsreader, who has already criticised the genderfluid and non-binary community for what she feels "cheapens" the seriousness around transgender issues, was expressing how she felt men in the house would be more comfortable flirting with Shane Jenek (Courtney Act) because "he's a gay guy" than herself, because she's a trans woman.
In the run up to Friday's eviction, India revealed to Comedian Dapper Laughs that she's been playing up for the cameras: "I've had two rows, the bed incident, and everything else has been cheeky".
She attacked the art of drag after housemate Shane Jenek, who is better known for performing as Courtney Act, helped a fellow contestant, Apprentice star Andrew Brady, to transform into a drag queen.
"We know that a lot of people just see us the same and we both know that that's completely incorrect", he said to Willoughby.
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A Paddy Power spokesman said: "Ironically, given her fears, India has been a massive drag this series, and the house wouldn't miss her".
He added: "Some people will be like 'Lets keep her in and see how bad it gets!' I was f***ing bored after the first few days". "People have done very well out of that".
Sharing the snap back in May, India wrote: "Conchita - what are you doing here?"
And on last night's show, she compared drag to blackface and said it was offensive to her.
One wrote: 'What does Katie Price mean by India needs to learn how to use a Jonny?
After a bit more ribbing, Ashley admitted: "I don't think the one is in here".
Viewers soon shared their outrage about the seemingly inconsistent phobia, with one person telling her: "You have proven yourself to be a liar and a fraud".