Big Brother Australia‘s Tim Dormer and Anthony “Drew” Drew have been facing bullying allegations from current and past housemates while in the midst of a Twitter feud with fellow OG Estelle Landy.

Now, another former co-star has stepped forward, alleging both men made his life a “living hell” during the filming of his Big Brother season.

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Big Brother Australia‘s Tim (pictured centre) and Drew (pictured behind) have been facing bullying allegations from current and past housemates. Source: Seven

Season 10 alum, Nathan Little, has spoken out against the controversial OG duo, claiming that producers edited out a lot of what he endured while on the show in 2013.

“Actually, I can confirm first hand that Tim and Drew were absolute F**KING PRICKS who made my Big Brother experience a LIVING HELL [sic],” Nathan wrote in a since-deleted Tweet.

“And if the producers are the same as my year, they’ll edit the worst of it out,’ he continued.

Since Big Brother Australia was filmed on the Gold Coast and aired on Channel Nine at the time, it is unlikely the production team has remained the same, as it is now filmed in Sydney and shown on Channel Seven.

Who Is Nathan Little and Why Didn’t He Get Along With Tim Dormer?

Nathan made a name for himself in the Big Brother Hall of Fame as the first housemate to evict himself. At the time, the show portrayed Nathan’s decision as him sacrificing his place in the house for his fellow intruders, Alexandra “Boog” Roe and Madaline Cogar.

But even in 2013, Nathan told Big Brother he felt he was “too different” to remain in the house and his age was a barrier to the other housemates. He was 35 at the time, while most housemates (including Tim and Drew) were in their mid to late 20s.

He later told the Courier Mail in 2013 that his decision wasn’t as “selfless” as the show’s editing made it seem, explaining that Tim, Drew and Tahan Lew-Fatt had not been “accepting” of him and this was why he decided to leave.

During season 10, Nathan also accused Tim of going out of his way to make other people “feel bad”. This might sound awfully familiar to any viewers who have been watching Estelle’s conversations with Tim in the current season.

Tim Dormer Has a Decade-Long History of Feuding with His Former Big Brother Stars on Twitter

Nathan, who went on to co-host Foxtel’s queer arts program Beauty & The Bear, also launched a Twitter feud with Tim in 2014.

On a now-deactivated Twitter account, Nathan sarcastically congratulated Tim for “being a champion against bullies online”, after the season 10 winner called out a troll for bullying one of his fans.

“Shame he did the complete opposite in the Big Brother house. Gimme a break,” Nathan wrote in 2014.

Nathan claimed Tim “fostered a culture of exclusion”. Pictured: Tim and Sonia Kruger in 2013. Source: Nine

Nathan added in another tweet: “You [Tim] fostered a culture of exclusion, belittled womens bodies, jeered & eyerolled when ppl talkd & now post mobile nos. pot kettle [sic].”

While Nathan’s tweets are no longer on the website (don’t worry, we have the receipts), Tim’s response to the allegations remains on Twitter.

“WOW! Disappointing, that’s not at all how I played. Cowardly act @nathanjlittle …but then again isn’t that how you played the big brother? [sic],” Tim wrote.

In another tweet, he added: “Untrue and I think all fans of BB agree. How bout turning ur negative energy towards something a little more positive. The end! [sic],”

No matter who you believe, it’s hard to deny that both the allegations and Tim’s reactions to Nathan’s and Estelle’s tweets were near identical (give or take a few timely cultural references).

If you want the full down-low on Tim and Estelle’s fight, you can find all the details here.

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