"Big Brother 15" resumed Aug. 25 via the reality show's live feeds with even more drama from the remaining house guests. After her efforts to bully head of household Elissa Slater into nominating a contestant of her choice for eviction, Amanda Zuckerman unloaded a slew of insulting remarks about Slater's family, prompting outrage from fans.
Zuckerman finally managed to snag a "BB15" competition win when she took the Aug. 24 power of veto, which she will no doubt use to save showmance partner McCrae Olson from potential eviction during the Aug. 29 live show. After taking the victory, she and Olson pressed Slater to nominate either GinaMarie Zimmerman or Spencer Clawson for eviction, and when Slater refused, the two became increasingly aggressive.
During her extensive anti-Slater rampage, Zuckerman placed Slater's personal belongings on a toilet in the house, made derogatory remarks about her husband and kids, and deliberately followed her around while blowing a whistle in her ear, all in an attempt to force Slater to self-evict. Slater, to her credit, didn't respond to Zuckerman's antics.
Fans, however, responded with a mixture of outrage and disbelief, with many calling on CBS to reprimand or evict Zuckerman for her unsportsmanlike, cruel behavior. "BB" fan Debbie Scott scolded the network for not putting a stop to it, tweeting "@BigBrotherLeak @CBSBigBrother How much abuse and bullying does Elissa have to take before SOMEONE STOPS THIS MADNESS! #BB15 #StopBullying."
Slater's sister Rachel Reilly, who won "BB13," also remarked on Olson and Zuckerman's actions, writing "Mccrae and Amanda make me sick they are disgusting and vile human beings - don't mess with my sister/brother and nephews #bb15."
To see if show producers take action against Zuckerman, watch the "Big Brother 15" live feeds. The show airs Sundays, Wednesdays and Thursdays on CBS.