Nova Scotian wins Big Brother Canada amid controversy
Jillian MacLaughlin of New Glasgow claims top prize
There was some controversy last night in the vote that saw a teacher from Nova Scotia win first place in the T-V show "Big Brother Canada."
Jillian MacLaughlin scored four votes from a seven-member jury tasked with deciding between her and flamboyant co-finalist Gary Levy.
She eked out a win thanks to a surprise nod from Levy's best friend Topaz Brady, who voted for MacLaughlin by mistake.
MacLaughlin claims a $100,000 prize, along with a Chevy Trax and a $25,000 dollar gift card to The Brick.