Alex Ow (‘Big Brother’ 19) exit interview: ‘I wanted to choke’ Paul Abrahamian for betraying me

Alex Ow exited the “Big Brother” house as juror number seven during Wednesday’s special eviction episode, slamming Paul Abrahamian during her exit interview with Julie Chen. “I wanted to choke him, but I’m on national television so I can’t. But that’s really what I wanted to do. I wanted to slap the crap out of him,” she confessed when Chen asked her how she felt when Paul decided not to use the Power of Veto on her.

As for what she thought about Paul after her eviction, Alex responded, “I think he played a really shady game. It was terrible because … if Jason Dent were here he would have taken that bullet for me. He would have made sure we both stayed. He knew he was going to get second and he didn’t care.”

Tears began to well up in Alex’s eyes — tears were a major part of Wednesday’s episode — as she realized the fatal mistakes she made throughout the summer. “I knew something was up. I should have just taken Jason off the block. I should have not thrown the ‘Me, Myself and I’ veto and just won it.”

Alex will now head off to the jury house to compare notes with her fellow jurors. It will be interesting to see if the evicted houseguests tossed aside for Paul’s gain have grown to hate him or respect his game play enough to hand him $500,000. But if I were Paul, watching Alex stop to put on a baseball cap that says “Petty” before exiting the “Big Brother” house would be cause for concern.

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