‘Big Brother’: Derrick Levasseur Apologizes For Fueling Rumors Nicole Franzel Got Him Kicked off ‘All-Stars’

by Jeremy Spirogis
Big Brother 16 winner Derrick Levasseur, surprises the houseguests

Big Brother 16 winner Derrick Levasseur revealed he wouldn’t return for All-Stars as a consequence of his daughter not wanting him to go away and the continuing pandemic. However, he admitted he wasn’t proud of former co-star Nicole Franzel alongside a video that claimed she received him faraway from the BB22 forged. Even although he later denied the rumor, many followers nonetheless consider the BB18 champ had one thing to do with getting their favourite gamers off the extremely anticipated All-Stars season.

Big Brother 16 winner Derrick Levasseur, surprises the houseguests
‘Big Brother 16’ winner Derrick Levasseur, surprises the houseguests | Johnny Vy

Derrick Levasseur not returning for ‘Big Brother 22: All-Stars’

When rumors started that the upcoming season of Big Brother would include all returning houseguests for the primary time since 2006’s All-Stars, many claimed season 16 champ Derrick Levasseur instantly agreed to affix the forged.

However, the COVID-19 pandemic compelled the studio to delay the season. CBS introduced it could have the extremely anticipated All-Stars season and launched a number of mandates it’ll comply with to ensure the security of the houseguests and crew.

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Even so, a number of potential returning gamers backed out as a result of danger of catching COVID-19 and leaving their households behind in the course of the worldwide pandemic.

Levasseur said he wouldn’t return due to COVID-19-related considerations, and his daughter requested him to not go.

Nicole Franzel allegedly received Derrick Levasseur kicked off ‘Big Brother 22: All-Stars’

A YouTuber claiming to have former houseguests and relations of rumored returning gamers as sources, posted a video to Twitter accusing BB18 winner Nicole Franzel of “snitching” on Levasseur and BB10 champ Dan Gheesling.

According to the person, Franzel discovered concerning the All-Stars season as a result of BB19 winner Josh Martinez and BB19 runner-up Paul Abrahamian referred to as her and requested her if she additionally acquired an invitation.

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Even although Franzel didn’t, the YouTuber alleges that she acted as a “spy” for producers and instructed individuals she was on the forged to get invited into group chats the place potential returnees strategized earlier than the sport.

Then, the BB18 champ reportedly instructed producers concerning the group chat, allegedly began by Levasseur and Gheesling, which supposedly resulted within the removing of the fan favorites.

Derrick Levasseur apologized for fueling the rumors

Even although many individuals didn’t initially consider the story, it grew legs after the BB16 winner quote tweeted the video, including, “I won’t lie. Not happy with Nicole right now. But there was never a group chat that I was involved in.”

Presumably Victor Arroyo, former co-star and Franzel’s fiancé, denied the rumors in a tweet from their official podcast deal with. He additionally referred to as Levasseur out and instructed the Breaking Homicide host to “tell the truth or stay quiet.”

A few hours later, the BB16 champ slammed the rumors in a follow-up tweet and requested individuals to not “blame her.” He broadcasted reside on Instagram a few days later and apologized to his friend.

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While Levasseur didn’t clarify why they weren’t on the very best phrases, he admitted he was “wrong” to precise these feelings alongside the video. The tv host additionally acknowledged how dangerous it seemed and reiterated that Franzel had nothing to do with him not returning for the upcoming season.

Big Brother 22: All-Stars premieres Aug. 5 at 9 p.m. EST on CBS.

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