“Big Brother’s” casting department might need to do some better hiring because a third contestant has been criticized by his employer over offensive remarks he made during filming. Big Brother 15′s houseguest, Spencer Clawson was caught uttering gay slurs, calling Adolf Hitler a gifted speaker and using other offensive language during the live feed on CBS.com.
Spencer’s employer, Union Pacific Railroad had something to say about Clawson’s remarks, “The values represented by Spencer Clawson’s comments during the Big Brother show do not at all align with Union Pacific’s values. Mr. Clawson is on unpaid leave of absence while participating on Big Brother. Union Pacific does not condone his comments. Union Pacific is acting in accordance with Collective Bargaining Agreement terms regarding Mr. Clawson.”
The 31-year old is a conductor from Arkansas. Spencer Clawson wasn’t the only one who received backlash after the live feed of the show, last week, contestant Aaryn Gries was dropped from her modeling agency as we previously reported, and another houseguest, GinaMarie Zimmerman was also fired from her day job as a pageant coordinator for using the N-word. Way to pick ‘em Big Brother.