Sharing an image of herself hugging Hannah as they welcomed the newcomers out of their cage, Talia took a less than subtle swipe: “Hopefully big brother shows more of this next ep. Who wants less drama and more fun, loving moments this Sunday.”
Fellow housemate Casey Mazzucchelli, 25, also posted a cryptic Instagram story suggesting some fans were taking the treatment of contestants too far, revealing some had received death threats – something this is absolutely never acceptable.
“The way someone is acting may not resonate with you but do not send death threats to others,” Casey wrote.
“Please remember all cast are REAL PEOPLE.”
A close source has told the Daily Mail that Talia’s appearance on screen is nothing like her true personality in real life.
'Talia is very family orientated and a sweetheart in real life - and absolutely nothing like what she's started to be portrayed as [on Big Brother],' the insider said.
'Even some of the other housemates have been saying they're surprised watching the episode back. The Talia they knew in the house was lovely. She's had the worst edit.'