The Big Brother “turkey slap” incident changed Australian reality TV.

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Fourteen years after the ‘turkey slap’ incident, Camilla Severi has spoken about how she feels concerning the notorious incident on The Ben Rob & Robbo Show.

“It’s one of those things where it was really a moment in time,” she reflected.

“I was on the show for a hundred days, it was about 15 seconds of my time in the house and yet people do like to talk about it a lot.

“We were all mucking around and I’ve said this before, if it happened at a party and someone did that to me I’d probably say to them, ‘Hey, that wasn’t cool’ and then we’d move on,” she said.

“But because it happened on live TV and it’s been dissected so, so many times from different angles, it was quite a confusing experience.”

Severi added that she was more upset about the relentless media attention she received rather than the incident itself.

“Look, I didn’t ask for that to happen and…

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