Sam faces fallout from girlfriend over Big Brother friendship
BIG Brother evictee Sam Bramham is happy he's not in Lawson Reeve's position.
Even though things remained "platonic" between Bramham and good mate Sandra Nixon in the Big Brother house, he's still dealing with the consequences of the close friendship with girlfriend Michaela.
"There was definitely a bit of fallout with the back tickles and massages," Bramham told APN.
"She trusts me and I trust her and I definitely didn't cross any lines with Sandra."
But it's magician Lawson who will have to eventually face the music from his partner for his late-night pash with housemate Cat Law.
"The two of them didn't tell anyone what actually happened in The Sanctuary, but I caught up with Jake and Lisa about it last night," Bramham said.
"He will definitely have some explaining to do. If I were him I'd try to stay in the house as long as possible."
The two-time gold medal swimmer will now return to training for the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
The 26-year-old hopes to join Australia's Para-Triathlon team.
" No more beers for me," he said.
"It's back into the hard training; back in the pool, on the bike and running."
He said much of the Big Brother drama comes from the nights when the housemates are supplied alcohol.
"Just like in the real world, when you throw alcohol in the mix emotions definitely get amplified," he said.
"During the week we all get excited for our Friday or Saturday night parties, but with that comes a lot of sticky situations."
Fake evictee Travis Lunardi will continue to spy on the housemates with the help of 2013 Big Brother favourite Ben Zabel.