Another day, another Big Brother drama. Kayleigh Morris was ejected from the house over the weekend after an incident that occurred between her and fellow contestant Chanelle McCleary.

The pair ended up fighting over something or other and as is often the case on Big Brother, it escalated quickly, with Chanelle knocking Kayleigh's drink over (which seems to be her go-to move after that cap knocking incident with Kieran last week). Kayleigh then saw red and stood up saying: "Get her the f**k out of here, bruv. I'll smash your f**king face in."

Such a charming bunch, 'ey?

Anyways, while Chanelle was given her final warning from Big Brother, viewers were shocked to find out that Kayleigh had been removed from the house for her threatening behaviour, and naturally enough, she wasn't too happy about it.

Kayleigh lashed out at the show in Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace's column for The Sun saying she didn't believe her punishment was fair:

"I was just defending myself against Chanelle," she said. "I had no warning or final warning, yet she's demonstrated aggressive physical behaviour in the last 13 days.

"I don't want to play games. What I said in the Diary Room is what I told or would have then told the person.

"Too many people are quick to judge an outspoken individual but would be the first to be asked to fight their corner when needed. [It] pissed me off.

"I'm just not an astute enough game player to be clever about the situation.

"It's also really frustrating as I had so many happy times in the house but only the bad parts were aired, which I guess is the nature of the beast, but still..."

Channel 5 has not reacted to Kayleigh's comments but on Saturday the broadcaster defended their decision by saying: "Big Brother cannot tolerate threats of actual violence in the Big Brother house."

Here's the moment it all kicked off below: