Amanda Zuckerman is not well-liked by most fans of “Big Brother 15,” but the houseguests seem to like her and she seems to feel comfortable with most of them because she revealed some very personal information to them.
Listening on the live feeds on Aug. 25, BB15 fans heard Amanda say to GinaMarie that Elissa attacked her for once being pregnant. Not long after Amanda made the comment the feeds went down and when they came back up the Amanda and GinaMarie were not discussing the pregnancy issue anymore. A few short minutes later, however, Amanda was back on the topic, and this time Judd was there, as well as Aaryn and Spencer.
Amanda made the comment that she was with her boyfriend and on birth control and got pregnant, but she was “only 3 days pregnant” when she lost it. Then the feeds went down again and “Big Brother” fans did not get to hear the rest of the conversation. When the feeds did come back up a few minutes later, it was as if the topic had never been brought up.
But Amanda could not seem to let the topic of her pregnancy rest. She brought it up once again, this time saying that Elissa was judging her even though Elissa had a son and was not married to his father. Again, the feeds went down and live feed subscribers were getting very upset in the chat rooms because production kept either going to the “We’ll Be Right Back” fish or fans kept getting the “No Signal” message.
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Finally Amanda dropped the topic of her pregnancy, or possible pregnancy, but went on to attack Elissa’s character, religious beliefs and marriage.
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