Big Brother’s Beinazir Lasharie unrecognisable 14 years on – and is back at job after conspiracy theory controversy | The Sun

BIG Brother star Beinazir Lasharie looks unrecognisable 14 years after her eviction – and she’s back at her ‘normal job.’

The reality star was the first housemate to be evicted from Big Brother 10 in 2009, and she’s since come under fire for sharing conspiracy theories online.

Beinazir, originally from Pakistan, was kicked out with no crowd and no big exit, she then became a councillor and got suspended after sharing the conspiracy theories.

All these years on, the BB star is on OnlyFans and TikTok.

Her TikTok bio reads: “New to this show me some love,” and she can be found posting outfit videos and clips of herself doing her makeup.

On her social media, the reality star looks very glam and sports a series of sexy outfits.

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Over on LinkedIn, the star says she’s a Content Creator at OnlyFans, adding: “Changed my path to now become a content creator for my only fans page.”

Beinazir was on the same series as glamour model Sophie Reade, who went on to win the show.

Other contestants on her series included runner-up Siavash Sabbaghpour, Isaac Stout, Angel McKenzie, Charlie Drummond, Cairon Austin-Hill, and Sophia Brown, amongst others.

The latest chapter of Big Brother recently arrived with two new hosts in the form of AJ Odudu and Will Best.

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The new series kicked off on Sunday, October 8, 2023 – the first time in five years.

Over the next six weeks, 16 hopefuls will make Garden Studios in North West London their home.

They'll have nowhere to hide with cameras rolling 24/7 – which is sure to capture drama, romance, laughter and ground-breaking TV.

As the social experiment returns for the first time in five years, The Sun took a deep dive into each contestant here.

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