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Big Brother: Housemates suspected Ari Kimber was ‘working for Channel Seven’


Was there a MOLE on Big Brother? Winner Marley Biyendolo says the housemates suspected Ari Kimber was ‘working for Channel Seven’

Big Brother winner Marley Biyendolo has revealed the housemates suspected Ari Kimber was Channel Seven’s ‘man on the inside’.

The disability support worker, 26, told KIIS FM on Wednesday there were rumours Ari was an employee of the network hired to shake things up in the house. 

‘There was something that was flinging around with how close Ari was with Channel Seven,’ Marley said of the speculation. 

Was he a mole? Big Brother winner Marley Biyendolo has revealed the housemates suspected Ari Kimber (centre) was Channel Seven’s ‘man on the inside’

‘That started floating around the house and might have put a bit of a target on his back as well,’ he added.

Mitch, who is hosting KIIS FM’s breakfast show while Kyle Sandilands and Jackie ‘O’ Henderson are on holiday, pressed Marley for more details. 

‘I know Ari did speak on the fact he was an intern at one point or something for Channel Seven,’ the NBL player responded.

Suspicious minds: Marley (pictured) told KIIS FM on Wednesday there were rumours Ari was an employee of the network hired to shake things up in the house

Suspicious minds: Marley (pictured) told KIIS FM on Wednesday there were rumours Ari was an employee of the network hired to shake things up in the house

‘I don’t think it hit us then yet but I don’t know if they was any [ongoing] relationship there. He could have just worked for Channel Seven and that’s it.’

Ari was evicted from the Big Brother house just one day before Tuesday’s finale.

The 22-year-old was left ‘devastated’ on Monday night’s episode after Marley voted him out at the eleventh hour.

A day later, Marley was crowned the winner after 63 days in the house.  

On the payroll? 'I know Ari did speak on the fact he was an intern at one point or something for Channel Seven,' Marley said

On the payroll? ‘I know Ari did speak on the fact he was an intern at one point or something for Channel Seven,’ Marley said

The basketball player earned the most votes from the public, ahead of jewellery designer Sarah Jane Adams and flight attendant Christina Podolyan. 

With tears in his eyes, he said: ‘I don’t know how to describe this feeling.’

Referencing his mother, who died of cancer four years ago, he added: ‘I can see mum up there now. 

Big Brother champion: On Tuesday, Marley was crowned the winner after 63 days in the house. Pictured on stage with his father Clotaire and brother Dieuson

Big Brother champion: On Tuesday, Marley was crowned the winner after 63 days in the house. Pictured on stage with his father Clotaire and brother Dieuson

‘[Winning] was my goal from the start of this show. I wanted to come in here and I wanted to make it to the end.’

He then confirmed he was going to spend the quarter of a million dollars ‘taking care’ of his dad, saying: ‘To be able to take care of him – that’s everything to me.  

‘Whatever he needs, whatever he wants. We’re going to take care of dad and set him up for the rest of his life.’ 

Mr Popular: The basketball player earned the most votes from the public, ahead of jewellery designer SJ Adams and flight attendant Christina Podolyan. Pictured with Sonia Kruger

Mr Popular: The basketball player earned the most votes from the public, ahead of jewellery designer SJ Adams and flight attendant Christina Podolyan. Pictured with Sonia Kruger

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