Winston McKenzie has claimed he was set up by Celebrity Big Brother bosses.
The politician has accused the show of "targeting" him and trying to force him out of the house.
Last night saw Winston given the boot in the first eviction of the series, kicked out by his fellow housemates as part of a surprise twist.
Speaking after the eviction, he said: "I was targeted from the start, it was a case of ‘Get Winston Out’. I honestly believe I was a threat. It brought me back to being in UKIP."
Last night's highlights saw Winston talk about his thoughts on gay adoption after his part comments were revealed up as part of a task, and he reckons it was unfair for them to have been brought up.
Winston, who also found himself in hot water over his treatment of the women in the house, said: "It was set up, that was their plan, and that was to get Winston out. They could have waited with that. They know that these issues are very emotive.
"But I had three, four days in the house, I got the exposure I needed, and I would recommend the whole thing to everybody."
Meanwhile, the 62-year-old DENIED making offensive comments on his entry VT.
Despite it being part of his profile video, he said: "I deny any allegation that I said that.
"That’s a grotesque statement to make. I genuinely don’t remember saying that, unless somebody has it on tape and then they need to come forward."
Winston leaves the house with TV watchdog Ofcom having had more than 400 complaints about his comments and behaviour.
Celebrity Big Brother continues nightly on Channel 5.