After CBS finally decided to air some of the controversial remarks made by the cast on Sunday night’s prime time Big Brother 15 network show, Spencer’s employer responded with a statement distancing themselves from the Hitler-admiring HouseGuest.
“The values represented by Spencer Clawson’s comments during the Big Brother show do not at all align with Union Pacific’s values,” the company said in a press statement. “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.”
During his short time on Big Brother 2013 so far, railroad conductor Spencer has proven to be one of the most reprehensible HouseGuests of a season full of racism and homophobia from a handful of cast members. Some of the examples of Spencer’s foul remarks include calling fellow HouseGuest Andy “Kermit the f**” and praising Nazi doctors who committed torture in the concentration camps for their beneficial contributions to society. He also stated that he admired Hitler’s speaking abilities.
We gather from Union Pacific’s statement about Spencer that he may well find himself looking for a new job when he exits from the Big Brother 15 house, if they can work out the details of giving him the boot with his union.
If he does get fired, Spencer would be the third Big Brother 15 cast member to lose a gig over what they’ve said on camera in the house, some of which was finally featured on the CBS show on Sunday. Aaryn Gries, perhaps the worst offender of all the hamsters, has already lost her modeling contract with a talent agency in Austin, Texas and been let go as a spokesmodel for a magazine. GinaMarie Zimmerman was fired from her job as a Pageant Coordinator over her racist remarks inside the Big Brother house and has likely ruined any future career in that field.
Meanwhile, the Big Brother 15 cast continues making offensive comments without a care in the world, even though they have been allegedly warned by producers to cut it out. The problem is, none of them know what is happening outside of the house in the real world. Spencer, Aaryn, GinaMarie and the other offenders have no idea they have become poster children of racism and homophobia. They don’t know they’ve lost jobs, modeling contracts, friends and possibly seriously f**ked up their future careers.
There are some HouseGuests in for a severe shock when they finally do exit the fantasy world of Big Brother and land neck deep in the puddle of sh*t they’ve made for themselves.
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