YouTube sensation Trisha quit the show on Friday
Trisha Paytas claims Sarah Harding is getting special treatment inside the Celebrity Big Brother house which is not being shown on television.
The former Girls Aloud singer has been seen struggling and has had a number of tearful moments on the Channel 5 show.
Singer Sarah even recently threatened to leave the programme as she had a mini meltdown in the Diary Room after finding herself in a number of confrontations with her fellow housemates.
And now, after American YouTube sensation Trisha walked out of the house on Friday night, the web star slammed the musician and show bosses for making special allowances.
After quitting, Trisha tweeted: “Sarah Harding is TRASH. She called all the older people terrible names behind their back and she has a lot of problems.”
She added in a furious video rant on her YouTube channel: “I have so much inside information on her. I’m not going to say it, because they don’t expose it.
“The s*it they do in that house is shady as f^ck and they cater toward Sarah and it’s some shady ass s£it that would not fly in America, that’s all I’m going to say about that.”
A spokesperson for Celebrity Big Brother declined to comment on whether Sarah is getting preferential treatment but told heatworld: “Big Brother constantly monitors housemates and their behaviour.”
Sarah has made no secret of the fact she chose to do the show because she wanted to change public perception of her.
Earlier in the week, she won over some viewers, with many already naming her as their winner on social media, after standing up to fiery model Jemma Lucy and actor Paul Danan when they appeared to be ganging up on her.
But the star, who previously checked into rehab for an alcohol dependency, has left some concerned after drinking in the house.
And her estranged father John Hardman has called for her to be removed from the programme.
He told the Daily Mirror: “Sarah’s being cruelly exploited for ratings purposes. It would be in her best interests if Celebrity Big Brother arranged for her to leave - her health is in jeopardy.
“I can’t bear to see my daughter break down and be forced to open her heart once more about her insecurities and vulnerabilities in front of the camera.”
He added: “With the amazing career that she’s already enjoyed, she doesn’t actually need to be in the house at all.
“She’s enjoyed huge success with Girls Aloud. It’s so demeaning for her.”