Sam Pepper Videos: What Did Sam Pepper Do This Time?

By Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips
Jack Phillips
Breaking News Reporter
Jack Phillips is a breaking news reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.
September 23, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

Sam Pepper, the former Big Brother cast member, had two of his YouTube videos removed after he showed himself “groping” women.

Pepper, 25, released a video after that, saying the video was meant to highlight sexual harassment against men.

Sam said in the video: “I wanted to do something that would highlight the difference between abuse towards a woman and abuse towards a man in a social experiment with you as unwitting participants at the heart of the experiment.”

He added: “Once again thinking back to the meet and greets I chose to use sexual harassment as the focal point of the experiment, that way I could pass it off as a prank, pretend it’s harmless and watch all you guys go crazy in the comments and I’m so happy you did.”

He then said, “I don’t want to turn off a light on a very real and scary issue women face I just want to shine a light on an otherwise dark corner – abuse on men,” The Mirror reported.

The videos that were removed were entirely fake, but they confused many.

One Twitter user said, “So Sam pepper had one video documenting his sexual assault taken down so the next step is to upload a new one? Am I missing something?”

“Oh it’s cool guys, don’t worry, Sam Pepper has uploaded another sexual assault video to excuse the first one. He’s learned his lesson,” one person wrote.

Added another: “Jesus Christ. Sam Pepper is going ahead with a 3 part sexual assault magnum opus. I’m shocked even he could be this oblivious.”

But another added: “This Sam Pepper thing is getting out of hand. Another case of being FAR too politically correct”

Jack Phillips
Breaking News Reporter
Jack Phillips is a breaking news reporter at The Epoch Times based in New York.