A show source told TMZ that Spencer was uptight about not having a script, yelling to producers, “If you give me a script, I’ll do what you want. I’m not a reality star. I’m on ‘The Hills. I’m a TV producer and a character.”
Hee, hee. Good ol’ Spencer’s a character, all right.
Soon after arriving, he called NBC’s Ben Silverman, spouting off with, “I’m too rich and I’m too famous to be sitting with these people and cleaning up their s*** in the jungle, my man. And this cast is devaluing our fame right now. I’m sitting next to VH1 comedians that I have never even seen before… I thought it was gonna be all celebrities. Stars of shows get treated like stars, dude. I’m f***ing supposed to be cleaning up John Salley’s s*** in a bucket? Dude! You’ve never cleaned up your own s*** let alone taken John Salley’s s*** to the creek, have you? Don’t throw me in the jungle and try and make me your little guinea pig torture act.”
When they returned to camp, things got out of hand again. Like Angela Shelton’s water bottle, thanks to Spencer’s bad temper.
Heidi tried to explain Spencer’s bad behaviour of knocking the bottle out of Shelton’s hand.
“My husband is a very new Christian so he is working very hard on his temper and stuff, but I feel like with anyone, like with the momma bear, you mess with the cubs, you’re gonna get the wrath of the daddy bears,” she said in her confessional scene.
Access Hollywood reports Speidi is still in the jungle and will wait ’til after tonight’s episode to leave.