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Another 'Big Brother' Contestant Stuns With Controversial Comments – But This Time It's MUCH Worse and Police Are Involved


"I love it when they're around 3 or 4-years-old."

Police are investigating after "Big Brother" Season 15 contestant Spencer Clawson made a terribly tasteless joke about child pornography on Monday.

The stunning remarks were captured on the "Big Brother" live feed while another contestant was showering.

According to the Huffington Post, Clawson spoke directly into his microphone when he said:

"I like to b*** off to child porn. Did I ever tell y'all about that?" he asked Andy Herren and Amanda Zuckerman. "Oh, I love it. B***ing off to child porn is my favorite thing there is. I love it when they're around 3 or 4-years-old. My favorite ones are when you can tell they're filming in a basement somewhere in Minnesota."

AJ Gary, the police chief in Conway, Ark., later told TMZ his department was alerted to the comments and immediately investigated due to the nature of the comments.

"At this time we haven't found that any criminal act was committed," he said.

This is hardly the first time "Big Brother" has seen controversy.

One of the cast members on the program, which throws a group of people who don't know each other in a house together and films them to see how they get along, made remarks during the past week that could be seen as insulting to various ethnic groups.

On the 24-hour Internet feed of the house, Amanda Zuckerman, who's white, complained about a black cast member putting a headband on her greasy, "nappy-hair head." She referred to another black housemate as "the dark knight" and "the black mamba," mocked the accent of a Korean woman and referred to "Puerto Rican showers," leading to a debate about whether she's racist.

"I'm just joking," said Zuckerman, a 28-year-old real estate agent from Boynton Beach, Fla. "I've had sex with Puerto Rican guys before."

Earlier this summer, two other cast members were heard making anti-black comments.

CBS airs "Big Brother" on Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday during the summer, but Zuckerman's remarks haven't appeared on television.

CBS Corp. chief executive Leslie Moonves, whose wife, Julie Chen, hosts "Big Brother," said last week he finds some of the behavior on the show "absolutely appalling."


The Associated Press contributed to this report.


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