On Tuesday, JC, a 28-year-old dancer, was seen harassing his male and female co-stars inside the Big Brother house. He told Kaycee Clark to "open up your vagina" because "it feels good," to which Kaycee told him "no." He then tried to place the ice cream scooper under Kaitlyn Herman's blanket while she pushed him away. Later, when the current Head of Household Tyler Crispen was getting a massage, JC cupped Tyler's genitals through his pants.
After the Tyler incident, fellow houseguest Bayleigh Dayton referred to JC as "harmless," and it doesn't appear as though any of his co-stars have complained about his behavior in the footage available on the live feeds.
That hasn't stopped fans from calling out JC for his inappropriate actions, with some viewers calling for CBS to remove him from the house.
#BB20 with video evidence of his inappropriate touching of females, how have producers not removed JC from the house/game?— Charlie Bilder (@Charlie_Bilder) July 2, 2018
@elenadavies— BECKY (@rebecahsizemore) July 1, 2018
I don't know if you've been watching the feeds but JC has been touching houseguests inappropriately and production isn't doing anything ☹️. Weren't there any rules on that? It's disgusting to watch.
Shame on you #BB20 - Producers for allowing JC to stay in the game! NOT cool! Inappropriate and WRONG!— Wendy J (@JutrasKittery) July 3, 2018
There is precedent for CBS removing houseguests from the game. Throughout the previous 19 seasons, producers have expelled four houseguests. Most infamously, in Season 2 Justin Sebik was kicked off the show after drunkenly putting a knife to a co-star's throat and threatening to kill her.
TV Guide has reached out to CBS for comment.
Big Brother 20 airs Sundays and Wednesdays at 8/7c on and Thursdays at 9/8c on CBS.
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