Ellis Hillon was removed from the house on Saturday after racist tweets emerged allegedly posted by the fast food worker.
And the 19-year-old will potentially lose her job over the incidents, as it was reported on Sunday that she faced the sack from McDonald’s in London Road while an investigation is carried out by company bosses.
Speaking to , a representative for McDonald’s said: ‘We do not comment on individual employees but can confirm we are looking into these alleged social media posts.’
Big Brother: Ellis Hillon ‘faces the sack at McDonald’s’ after she’s REMOVED from the house after investigation by bosses for racist tweets, it was reported on Sunday
The shamed star was removed from the house after The Mirror reported that she was being investigated by bosses after tweets emerged from a now-deleted account.
The account showed the 19-year-old fast food worker making vile comments about the 9/11 tragedy, and using the n-word.
In a statement posted to the Channel 5 shows account, bosses said: ‘As a result of our investigation into offensive and unacceptable posts on social media, Ellis Hillon has been removed from the Big Brother House.’
Explosive: One tweet, posted on the anniversary of 9/11 in 2014, when Miss Hillon was 15, read: ‘Oh f**k aye its 9/11!! RIP to everyone who died n f**k they smelly p**i terrorist bastards!!!’
Announced: The news was confirmed in a statement posted to the Big Brother Twitter account, which said Ellis was removed following an investigation
Bit On The Side presenter Rylan Clark-Neal also took to Twitter to confirm the news, simply writing: ‘Ellis has been REMOVED from the Big Brother house.’
It was reported that tweets posted by Ellis in a now-deleted account saw the teen make various comments about the September 11 tragedy, with some coming in 2014 on the anniversary of the tragic event.
One tweet – posted when Ellis was 15 – read: ‘Oh f*** aye its 9/11!! RIP to everyone who died n f*** they smelly p**i terrorist bastards!!!’
True: Bit On The Side presenter Rylan Clark-Neal also took to Twitter to confirm the news, simply writing: ‘Ellis has been REMOVED from the Big Brother house’
Another tweet from January 24, 2015 read: ‘Real n****s #sbo.’
The account was reportedly deleted just hours after Ellis entered the house on Friday night, joining 13 other housemates on the show’s last even launch.
Representatives for Big Brother declined to comment when contacted by MailOnline.
Ellis’ sister, who taken over the running of her new Twitter account, has denied the claims, tweeting: ‘There were no bad tweets!!! People just talk absolute rubbish and make fake things up.
‘There will be no negativity here and my sister will shine. Good night!!!!’
Shortly after tweeting she liked a comment from a fan who said: ‘Wasn’t she 15 when she tweeted that?’
Shocking: Another tweet on January 24, 2015 read: ‘Real n****s #sbo.’ The account was deleted just hours after Ellis entered the house
Not true: Miss Hillon’s sister, who is currently running her new Twitter account, has said the tweets are fake tweeting: ‘People just talk absolute rubbish and make fake things up’
After the tweets resurfaced, a spokesman for Channel 5 told the Mirror: ‘We are currently investigating the authenticity of a number of historic social media posts.’
Since her departure even more controversial posts have resurfaced reported to be from Ellis’ Facebook account.
According, the petite brunette posted several memes including one in April which stated ‘f*** the Pope and the IRA.’
Unreal: Since her departure The Mirror reportedly uncovered even more posts from Ellis, including some from her Facebook account
Another post from the same month also allegedly showed Ellis pledging her support for Ulster paramilitary Michael Stone, who was responsible for a 1988 attack on an army funeral in West Belfast, which killed three people and injured 60.
Next to a picture of Stone a post read: ‘Hands up if your (sic) going to be sectarian today.’
And reportedly Ellis’ YouTube Channel also contained a playlist of ‘Loyalist’ videos.
On her way into the house Ellis nearly suffered a nasty wardrobe malfunction, as she sported a tiny checked mini dress.
Ahead of her Big Brother debut Ellis said: ‘People always say Ellie you’re unintentionally funny, I would literally walk through ASDA and do a s**t drop.
‘I’ll probably annoy some people to be fair, but it’s gonna be good telly isn’t it. Could you get Irn Bru in the BB house?’
Going in: On her way into the house Ellis nearly suffered a nasty wardrobe malfunction, as she sported a tiny checked mini dress
This isn’t the first time producers have removed contestants from the Big Brother house – civilian and celebrity – for their use of homophobic or racist language.
In 2015, Tila Tequila was kicked out of CBB mere hours after arriving, when pictures emerged of her dressed as a Nazi concentration camp guard.
‘Human Ken Doll’ Rodrigo Alves was also removed by producers in the most recent celebrity series last month, after he received a final warning for using the n-word twice on his first night.
Bad girl: In 2015, Tila Tequila was kicked out of CBB mere hours after arriving, when pictures emerged of her dressed as a Nazi concentration camp guard
Bad: ‘Human Ken Doll’ Rodrigo Alves was also removed by producers in the most recent celebrity series last month, 1xbet after he received a final warning for using the n-word twice
It was then reported that the Brazilian plastic surgery fan was removed for ‘inappropriate behaviour,’ though the star insisted he left of his own accord.
And long-standing Big Brother fans may remember the first such incident came in 2007, when civilian housemate Emily Parr was removed for using the n-word while talking to housemate Charley Uchea while they were chatting in the garden hours before, as she said: ‘Are you pushing it out, [N-word]?’
The moment left both Charley and fellow housemate Nicky Maxwell stunned, and though Emily insisted it was joke she was called to the Diary Room hours later to be removed from the house.
Wrong words: In 2007 Emily Parr was also removed from the civilian house, after she used the n-word in a conversation with housemates, saying: ‘Are you pushing it out, [N-word]?’