Paul Makes Controversial Statement About Raven Walton During Interview


There was a lot to be unhappy about this season on Big Brother.

Not only did Cameron, someone who seemed to be one of the most interesting characters in the entire house, get eliminated on the first night due to Kevin going for the temptation in the backyard, Paul was brought into the game at that point, which turned the whole season upside down.

With that being said, there were a few other  controversies that rubbed both players and viewers the wrong way and none of them were quite as bad as Raven Walton’s attention grabbing behavior in the house. In fact, the house guest was known to make crazy statement after crazy statement while in the house.

Whether it was bum knee syndrome, her mother being a Mensa patient or her being terminally ill and didn’t have long to live, Raven continued to tell story after story inside The Big Brother house, which many fans started to research and call her out for.

Paul, who came up short for the second year in a row talked to US Weekly about  Raven Walton’s behavior inside the house and while he tried to toe the line and not hurt his former housemate, he wasted no time saying that it was a pretty bizarre experience to watch unfold.

 “Raven is honestly super sweet and a sensitive person so it was really difficult to call her out on it because you didn’t want to sound like an insensitive person Paul told Us Weekly about Raven,” . But somethings that she would tell me would raise all the eyebrows that I had. Rough knee syndrome, inverted spine, members on the Titanic. It was Ripley’s Believe It or Not stuff. It was just gnarly.”

In the end, its interesting that even Paul, who will probably go down as one of the most controversial players in Big Brother history, had to admit that Raven’s behavior was pretty bizarre and that it raised suspicions during their time together in the house.

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