It seems reality show villainy runs in the Hantz family! Big Brother 14 contestant Willie Hantz, younger brother of Survivor villain Russell Hantz, was reportedly thrown out of the Big Brother house earlier this evening after exploding in a rage and reportedly headbutting fellow houseguest Joe Arvin! And when we say “thrown out,” we don’t mean evicted, we mean thrown out — for good!
Willie’s meltdown began right around 3:35 pm (on the Big Brother live feed) after the second Coaches Competition was over and it was revealed Janelle had won. Without his coach winning the power to give him immunity, Willie was all but certain to be evicted. Janelle then made things worse by making all of Team Britney Haynes the Have-Nots.
Willie Hantz then stormed up to the Head of Household room and announced he was going to get evicted before the official evictions took place! The other houseguests began calling for the in-house doctor and those watching the live feeds were suddenly treated to a dose of trivia.
The live feeds were down for approximately four hours before the cameras were turned back on and Willie was gone.
According to Big Brother Network, discussion in the house suggests Willie headbutted Joe, which led to his expulsion, and that he is gone “forever.” JoJo has also reportedly stated that he will not be participating in the Big Brother Season 14 finale either.
From Big Brother Network and a helpful BB14 fan named Ian:
Flashback to 9:10PM BBT on the Live Feeds. Willie kicked a door, dropped lots of cursing, threw pork rinds at Janelle, called her a “bitch,” and headbutted & chest pumped Joe in the bathroom. Joe was told to stay in the bathroom. Willie was called to the DR. Janelle said “bye, bye Willie.” Allison Grodner came on the speakers and HGs were told the game would go on without Willie.
That’s some real deal drama right there folks! This is like Jersey Shore meets The Real Housewives of New Jersey meets WWF! (Shouldn’t the one dropping wrestling moves be Frank Eudy, son of Sid Vicious?)
It should be very interesting to see how CBS edits this for their broadcast. It seems like the kind of dramatic and violent scene that will get tons of exposure and commentary in the media (and on blogs like this one.)
We just hope that the expulsion will be an excuse for CBS to bring back 2006 Playmate of the Year, Kara Monaco!