Trisha went on to say how Big Brother can not "silence her" and appeared to threaten to expose the "truth" about the show.
Trisha, Sarah, Chad and Karthik had all faced the axe yesterday evening and it was Karthik who went.
"I have so much f***ing information and insight on her but I could... the s*** they do in that house is as shady as f*** and it would not fly in America", she said, calling her a "little c*** a** b***".
A statement from the programme teased that all the action will be show in the next show with "all the events leading up to her exit".
Trisha's exit from the house and the aftermath will play out in Saturday night's episode.
She also claimed that the producers of Big Brother "tricked" her into staying in the house on Thursday night and left her in an unsafe position.
Gold hovers near two-month highs on N.Korea tensions
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Police arrest Norfolk man over murder of elderly dog walker
It is believed he was wearing a grey or blue t-shirt and grey floppy gym style shorts above the knee and heavy duty flip flops. The details of the three people, who were not necessarily seen together, came from witnesses in the area at the time.
South Korea tells North Korea to stop issuing threats
"If our past generations dealt with it, so can we", said Santos, the Guam Museum employee, who was born and raised on the island. There's a sense of patriotism among those who cite the island's history of Guam residents serving in the USA military.
Stalking case accused sent to police custody
Meanwhile, investigators are still clueless about the whereabouts of the auto and the persons accused, police said on Friday. Subhash Barala, however, rebuffed the claim of pressurising or influencing the police in the case.