Evicted Big Brother 2015 housemate Sarah Greenwood has said she feels "absolutely robbed" over her exit on Friday.
Sarah was one of FOUR to get the axe last week alongside twins Amy And Sally Broadbent, Kieran McLeod and Harriet Jackson.
They all faced eviction in secret after Big Brother flipped nominations, meaning those who had been nominated were in fact safe and those who had been safe instead went up for the public vote.
Speaking on Saturday morning following Friday's live show, Sarah said: "We've been robbed, we've been absolutely robbed of our place."
"It's Big Brother. It's how it is. Everything's unfair in that house!" she told press during her exit interview.
Sarah continued: "It's even worse, because if you're going to go, you want to go the natural way.
"So it's just a bit s**t that we just got kicked out basically because we were the ones who were liked in the house."
However the wannabe lawyer and mum of one confessed that the house was getting along far too nicely, despite some rows.
"It was too calm, and I thought that. We all thought that," she revealed. "We were all just a big happy family. I mean, bar a few arguments and tiffs, which is what families do.
"We were all really tight together, which is especially why even before I was going I could sense it about to kick off. We knew something was going to happen last night.
"But I didn't think I was going to go – I really didn't."
The exit of four housemates - and entrance of four new ones - has definitely disrupted the house, leaving the originals in tears and wanting to leave.