Until recently, the educator’s statements inside the “Big Brother” house have seemed tame when compared to various racially charged quips made by cast mates Aaryn Gries and Gina Marie Zimmerman. For her comments, Aaryn was dropped by her modeling agency, while GinaMarie, who is also one of the final three in the “Big Brother” house, was terminated from her employ.
Furthermore, Spencer, also one of the three still in the game, was publicly admonished by his employer for making homophobic and sexually charged statements.
At one point petitions were making their rounds on the Internet to get former house guest Amanda Zuckerman out of the house before she was evicted because she admittedly engaged in bullying behavior when she relentlessly taunted Elissa Slater for several days in the house. She too, has been heard making a number of offensive comments during the game.
More recently, Andy has begun to be more vocal in the “Big Brother” house, but not in a good way. He has joined in with the others, bashing evicted house guests – specifically focusing on Elissa.
After her eviction just days ago, Andy was heard on live feeds from inside the house saying that if she had stayed in the “Big Brother” game he would have punched her in the throat.
On another occasion when speaking to GinaMarie, who referred to some evicted “Big Brother” players as “biracial robots who aren’t human,” Andy responded with, “Yeah, the robotic biracials,” according to Joker’s Update.
College of DuPage’s Facebook comment posted Friday reads, “Andy Herren has formerly worked for College of DuPage as a part-time instructor. He does not currently work for the College. Any behavior or language he uses on the CBS reality show “Big Brother” does not represent the opinions or values of College of DuPage.”
Although the house guests entered the “Big Brother 2013” house in June, a Twitter post on @AndyHerren dated July 6 states, “Officially hired to teach three sections of Speech 1100 at College of DuPage in the fall! Phew. Suck it, unemployment!” According to the account bio, this is Andy’s true Twitter account, but the tweets are being written by his “team” until he leaves the “Big Brother” house.
Thus, it appears the employment status of all three “Big Brother 15” finalists is in question due to their behavior inside the house, which will likely be a shock to each of them.
The house guests have less than a week left in the game, as the finale of “Big Brother 15” airs on Sept. 18.
CBS' “Big Brother” will air Sunday at 8:30 p.m. ET, with the final show airing Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. ET.