BIG Brother has been subject to more than 1,000 Ofcom complaints centred on "bullying" in the ITV compound.
The reality TV series has been inundated with criticism from telly fans complaining of unfair treatment – most recently calling out "disgusting" behaviour from Jenkin and Tom towards Yinrun.
Now broadcasting watching Ofcom has collected last week's complaints – and they've gone into four figures.
Big Brother clocked up 768 complaints for the Halloween show, broadcast on October 31.
These centred on Dylan's behaviour towards Trish, with Dylan now evicted off the ITV show.
Paul has come under fire for his relentless snipes at Noky, while Dylan was called “unhinged” and in need of anger management after viewers spotted him clenching his fist while rowing with Trish.
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Their feud then escalated when Dylan refused to make Trish a sausage sandwich.
Meanwhile, 97 complaints were made following November 1's edition, which saw alleged bullying behaviour by Paul towards Noky making up 45 complaints.
This led to Big Brother's live feed being shut down just after Trish was heard shouting “bully” at her Paul in a furious row.
Olivia, Tom, Jenkin and Chanelle’s behaviour towards Trish and Noky was also called out in 50 submissions.
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It came after Paul, Olivia and Tom had been causing trouble in the house – deliberating keeping stars up at night to cause tension.
The troublesome bunch attracted 62 complaints on November 3, while Paul's explosive conduct was also again under the spotlight for the 161 complaint total that day.
Paul has also since been evicted – exiting the compound to a flurry of boos on the outside world.
He and his family were forced to meet Noky's relatives after the bullying claims and subsequent complaints.
Viewers had begged bosses to step in after Noky broke down in tears.
She claimed security officer Paul, 23, had been "constantly" targeting her in the house during an emotional Diary Room chat with Big Brother.
Noky said: "He's made it no secret that he thinks I'm being fake based off of no evidence.
"I think he has made up his mind about me and no matter what I do he'll continue to take every action that I make and use it as a way to confirm his feelings.
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"Even though I know that it has no bearing on who I am I don't believe that I should endure this constant accusations.
"I just want to have a fun and pleasant experience in here and I don't think he is going to let me do that."
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