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CBB intruder claims he was ‘locked in a cell for 20 hours’

The prankster behind the Celebrity Big Brother break-in during Friday’s live eviction has broken his silence on the incident. 

Taking to Twitter, YouTube star Ally Law revealed on Saturday that he and partner Ryan Taylor had ‘spent 20 hours in a cell’ following the intrusion.

It was the second time in five days that they broke into the house and filmed contestants just metres away in the biggest security breach in the show’s history.

 

‘It was madness!’L Celebrity Big Brother intruder claims he was ‘locked in a cell for 20 hours’ following the break in that petrified the housemates during live eviction on Friday night

During Friday’s hectic live eviction, the pair attempted to get into the house and began filming the contestants through the glass windows before their presences was realised and the protective shutters came down. 

A spokesperson for the Channel 5 show told MailOnline: ‘Two intruders attempted to enter the Big Brother house on Friday night.

‘They were apprehended by security in the garden. Police were in attendance and removed them from site. Big Brother has reassured the housemates and all is calm in the house.’  

'I'm scared!' Jess Impiazzi screeched as she realised what was happening 

‘I’m scared!’ Jess Impiazzi screeched as she realised what was happening 

On the micro-blogging site, Ally wrote: ‘We’re free!! me & @ryantaylorbmx just spent 20 hours in a cell. last night was a f***ing MADNESS!!!’  

Tweeting the following Saturday, the Youtube joker told fans that they were ‘put on bail’ but that footage from the night itself would be out soon, letting fans know he’s ‘working on it. It’s f***ing golden’

While the cameras were rolling on the triple eviction, Ally and Ryan scaled the roof of the famous bungalow before leaping off to reach the garden.

In trouble: Taking to Twitter, the Youtube joker also told fans that they were 'put on bail' but that footage from the night itself would be out soon, letting fans know he's 'working on it. It's f***ing golden'

In trouble: Taking to Twitter, the Youtube joker also told fans that they were ‘put on bail’ but that footage from the night itself would be out soon, letting fans know he’s ‘working on it. It’s f***ing golden’

As she realised what was going on, a panicked Ashley James shouted: ‘Oh my god someone is trying to get in!’ as Jess Impiazzi screeched: ‘Oh my god help me I’m scared!’

Wayne Sleep then pleaded for help, announcing: ‘Big Brother there are people in the house!’

As the other contestants looked around in confusion, the shutters began to go down obscuring the view of the garden from the living room.

Security breach: Ryan Taylor (R) and Ally Law (L)managed to climb the fence into the garden just as Daniel O'Reilly was booted out in the triple eviction on Friday night

Security breach: Ryan Taylor (R) and Ally Law (L)managed to climb the fence into the garden just as Daniel O’Reilly was booted out in the triple eviction on Friday night

Pacing around the room, Wayne then clarified: ‘They’re not in the house. They’re in the garden.’

The shaken housemates clapped and cheered for him, but as Daniel walked up the stairs to the door Jess was heard asking in horror: ‘Did people just come into the house?’

After the advert break, host Emma Willis assured viewers: ‘Everybody’s fine. They didn’t get into the house.’ 

Ryan and Ally, who are known for stunts where they break into buildings, managed to get into the house, located in Borehamwood, and record the show’s stars through glass doors.

Dangerous prank: They filmed housemates including Jonny Mitchell, Ginuwine, Dapper Laughs, Ashley James and Ann Widdecombe chatting in the living area

Dangerous prank: They filmed housemates including Jonny Mitchell, Ginuwine, Dapper Laughs, Ashley James and Ann Widdecombe chatting in the living area

Dangerous prank: They filmed housemates including Jonny Mitchell, Ginuwine, Dapper Laughs, Ashley James and Ann Widdecombe chatting in the living area

The prankster pair, who caused a stir when they broke into London’s National Theatre and began swinging on the stage ropes, uploaded snippets of the footage to their Snapchat but promise to release the full video on YouTube. 

They filmed housemates including Jonny Mitchell, Ginuwine, Dapper Laughs, Ashley James and Ann Widdecombe chatting in the living area – but the pranksters appeared to go unnoticed.  

A statement from Big Brother revealed the pair were eventually stopped by guards.

‘Last night, two intruders were apprehended by security at Elstree Studios. The safety of housemates, production and audience members is of paramount importance and Big Brother has appropriate security measures in place at all times,’ bosses told The Sun Online. 

Popular prankster: Ally Law, who has over half a million YouTube subscribers, is notorious for breaking into buildings and climbing them during extreme stunts and pranks

Popular prankster: Ally Law, who has over half a million YouTube subscribers, is notorious for breaking into buildings and climbing them during extreme stunts and pranks



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