Big Brother 2014 voting stats released as bosses hit back at 'fix' claims

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Channel 5 has released voting stats for the Big Brother 2014 final in order to respond to 'fix claims.

Following Helen Wood's win over Ashleigh Coyle in last Friday night's BBUK final, some 400 people complained to Ofcom about the result, with a further 3,000 signing an online petition.

In a very strong statement released this afternoon, Channel 5 have hit back and revealed the stats from the final day of voting.

Channel 5 explained: "At 9.20am on August 15, the morning of the Final of Big Brother 2014, the voting stood as follows:

Ashleigh was 8,018 votes ahead of Helen.
Helen was 9,789 votes ahead of Christopher.
Christopher was 4,945 votes ahead of Ash
Ash was 8,730 votes ahead of Chris
Chris was 11,237 votes ahead of Pav

"At 8.55pm on August 15, immediately prior to the live broadcast of the Final of Big Brother 2014, the voting stood as follows:

Ashleigh was 7,887 votes ahead of Helen.
Helen was 12,628 votes ahead of Christopher.
Christopher was 6,319 votes ahead of Ash
Ash was 10,296 votes ahead of Chris
Chris was 13,365 votes ahead of Pav

"At 10.03pm on August 15, when voting lines closed for the final time during the live broadcast of the Final of Big Brother 2014, the voting stood as follows:

Helen was 4,631 votes ahead of Ashleigh.
Ashleigh was 75,818 votes ahead of Christopher.
Christopher was 13,303 votes ahead of Ash
Ash was 23,108 votes ahead of Chris
Chris was 14,594 votes ahead of Pav"

Channel 5 also responded to conspiracy theories claiming that Big Brother had orchestrated Helen's win.

They stated: "Helen auditioned for Big Brother in the same way as all other applicants for a place in the Big Brother House.

"When she entered the House, Helen did not have an agent, a manager or any connection with either Northern & Shell or Richard Desmond."

BB also commented on Helen's "fourteen warnings", explaining: "The broadcasts twice showed her being reprimanded by Big Brother for her conduct (in relation to Danielle and Matthew).

"There were a number of further informal interventions with Helen about her conduct and during the course of the material broadcast Helen herself made reference to some of these, although these informal interventions were not themselves included in any broadcast.

"Informal interventions with other housemates, similarly, were not included in the material broadcast."

You can read the statement in full here.

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