Lewis Flanagan says he has “misplaced all the pieces” after his removing from the Big Brother home after making an anti-Semitic remark.
The 27 12 months outdated — who was one of many favourites to win the Channel 5 present’s closing sequence — was sensationally kicked out of the Borehamwood mansion final week in a shroud of thriller.
Despite present producers not revealing what led to Lewis’ removing, the disgraced star has now revealed he gave an impression of Hitler, earlier than saying: “Kill the Jews.”
Speaking to The Sun, Lewis has revealed that his is now dwelling along with his mum in her spare bed room.
He instructed the publication: “I’m completely devastated, one silly remark value me the expertise.
“I missed out on £100,000 – I used to be favorite to win it. I misplaced out on all the pieces and the cash that will have modified my life.
“Now I’m again residence at my mum’s home sleeping within the spare bed room due to one silly sentence.
“I’m not good, I made a mistake. I’m simply attempting to maneuver on. I did a lot good and the influence I made on individuals, it’s throughout.
“One silly remark and it’s kicked me within the face. It’s ruined all the pieces I’ve accomplished in the home. It’s soul destroying.”
Lewis broke his silence on his removing on Thursday, saying that he’s “not ashamed” for making the comment.
He mentioned: “I’m not ashamed because it actually was simply meant to be an impression of Hitler and it has value me. I misplaced out on the perfect a part of my expertise.”
Adding: “I apologise wholeheartedly and wish to transfer on with my life. I’m attempting my greatest to be man.”