Here's a longer article of the traumatic events from last night (I don't the original URL for it, so here it is, basically expounding on my recap from last night)
Tantrum evicts 'Big Brother' contestant
By JOHN POWELL -- Jam! Showbiz
CBS wanted drama and now they've got it. Another season of 'Big Brother' and another contestant has been shown the door for violent behavior. Scott Weintraub, the 33-year-old waiter from Chicago, was ejected from the "Big Brother 4" game for throwing a temper tantrum in the house Saturday night. The outburst caused some of the players to fear for their own personal safety in the "Big Brother" house.
Unhappy about being in the game with his ex-girlfriend, Weintraub, exploded and threw chairs across the kitchen sending his fellow HouseGuests scurrying to separate parts of the house. The producers called Weintraub to the Diary Room, a separate confessional room, to speak to him but he initially refused.
"These people don't own me. Scott to the Diary Room? I am not going to the Diary Room," he responded. In talking with fellow HouseGuest David Lane, Weintraub said he felt like the producers were taking advantage of him.
Weintraub's ex-girlfriend in the house, Amanda Craig, explained his behavior to some of the other HouseGuests when he finally obeyed the producers instructions and went into the Diary Room to speak to them.
"He is a great guy. He is very spoiled and he doesn't handle situations in a mature way. He blames everyone else for his problems. I met him as a waiter and I loved him for it. He always wants things handed to him," she said.
Together in the bathroom, some of the female HouseGuests expressed fear over having Weintraub remain in the game. HouseGuest Jun Song hoped that the producers locked Weintraub in the Diary Room and wouldn't let him back into the house.
HouseGuest Dana Varela claimed to have spoken to the producers in the Diary Room and they promised that they were going to handle the situation and put a high priority on everyone's safety.
"They will put us on lockdown and escort him out of the house," Varela predicted.
Upon exiting the Diary Room, Weintraub held a meeting and apologized to everyone for his actions and admitted that he has Human Papillomavirus Virus, otherwise known as genital warts. According to him, the situation has devastated his life.
"The reason I was hit by an overload is basically because I have been carrying around this load for like a year. I have isolated myself for the rest of the world. I have HPV. I don't have any now. I haven't had any for a year," said Weintraub. "Seeing Amanda here has brought me back to the time we broke up. She has been able to go on with her life and I haven't. Part of me loves her being here, part of me doesn't."
"In no way do I want to leave here or this game. I am truly very sorry. I am just sorry. I want to let everyone to know that," said Weintraub. Some HouseGuests questioned Weintraub's decision to remain in the house and others didn't think his apology was sincere since he has lost his temper before.
Weintraub was called into the Diary Room again and apparently sent home by the producers after they spoke to the other players about their safety concerns.
Before the "Big Brother 4" series even began, the producers disqualified potential player Brandon Showalter, the 28-year-old computer engineer from Newport Beach, Calif, for breaking the rules.
Here's a couple of links for live feed updates:
This one below has screencaps of the aftermath and people's reactions.