Big Brother's first evictee, Steve Arienta, was speechless when he heard about controversy surrounding his fellow houseguests, especially Kaitlyn Herman.

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Kaitlyn, a 24-year-old life coach from New York, who currently resides in Encino, CA, has come under fire for saying the N-word. Viewers of the live feeds caught the slur when Kaitlyn was rapping Drake's "0 to 100" hit song.

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"Not Okay. She knows better than that. I'm shocked," Steve, 40, told Us Weekly, who was evicted from the house prior to Kaitlyn's offense.

"That's shocking to me because that was never done in my presence," added the former undercover police officer from New Jersey.

"I'm telling you right now it's the first time I'm hearing of this and I'm absolutely kind of floored by it."

And that wasn't the first controversy of Big Brother's 20th season.

JC Mounduix appeared to sexually harass women in the house by putting an ice cream scooper near their private areas, and Rachel Swindler and Angela Rummans have been accused of racism.

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In a live-feed video, Rachel and Angela reportedly compared their skin tones after tanning in the sun outside.

"My stomach is as dark as Bay," Rachel noted, referring to black housemate Bayleigh Dayton. "I can't be in the sun for two days straight -- I will change ethnicities. I already have."

Angela then reportedly replied, "I'm looking ghetto here with the skin coloration."

CBS warned the houseguests earlier this month to stop any "inappropriate and offensive" comments and behavior. The network also made it known it does not support or tolerate such actions.

Steve was evicted through a 7-6 vote instead of his fellow nominee, Sam Bledsoe, during Thursday night's live episode.

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Kaitlyn just so happened to be the deciding vote, as she flipped on her original alliance and joined forces with Sam and the previous Head of Household, Tyler Crispen.

Just when Kaitlyn thought she was going to be in trouble following Steve's departure, she was crowned the new Head of Household.

Looking back, Steve said he didn't pay much attention to a red flag two nights before his eviction that hinted at his looming ouster.

"Kaitlyn came storming out and said [to Faysal Shafaat], 'Can I talk to you for five minutes, please?' And then I said, 'Are you okay?' And she said, 'I'm fine.' And I said, 'Am I okay with you?' And she goes, 'You're perfect, you're perfect. I just need to talk to Faysal,'" Steve told Us.

"I then went to the hammock and I was like, 'Okay that was weird.' She then went inside and waved bye to me. Then I asked Faysal at the pool table if everything was straight and he said, 'Yeah, she's just needy.'"

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Steve continued, "So I just thought it was friendship banter or maybe she missed her boyfriend and wanted to talk to Faysal. But now I think it had everything to do with her being jealous about [Haleigh Broucher]. I don't know what I could have done in that situation. I really don't."

As for whom he believes is currently running the show on Big Brother, Steve threw out Winston Hines and Brett Robinson's names.

"I think that the bros have a lot more power than I possibly thought that they had. [But] I know Angela is really trying to get with Brett and Winston. But some of the things they say are a little mean-spirited towards her," Steve said.

"The way I look at it -- and I love those guys, they are great guys -- their strategy is just completely wrong. They are utilizing Angela as fodder for their alliance so when their alliance is in trouble she's going to be expendable first."

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If Steve had won Head of Household during his time on the show, he admitted he would've nominated Angela and Winston for eviction, with Brett going up on the chopping block if the Power of Veto changed his initial nominations.