The self-professed cool nerd was forced to defend the 24-year-old from barbed comments launched by the women, both of whom were nominated by Anton in the weeks of their respective evictions.
When asked if he agreed with new girlfriend Rebeckah that Anton had acted like a "snake", Aden told Big Brother's Bit On The Side host Alice Levine: "I'll have to wait and see, I'll have to look back and see if he's turned into a snake. Then it will really hurt me, but I can't guarantee a thing until it's proven."
In response, Rebeckah called out from the studio audience: "Just you wait. He nominated me. I'm here 'cause your boy got rid of your girl."
When Aden refused to "slay" Anton, Maisy interjected: "You know me and him were very close... I was so shocked.
"Everything he says out there [in the house] is completely [different] from what he says in the Diary Room. You just wait and watch. He is outrageous, Aden."
Blindsided by the criticism of his friend, Aden joked with Rebeckah: "Here's us thinking Aaron [Allard-Morgan] had a game plan - we were so wrong.
"If that's the actual case, it will hurt me. But he is a good mate of mine. [He is] innocent until proven guilty."
However, Aden remained appreciative of how Anton and Jay Mckray had helped him cope with life in the house following Rebeckah's eviction three weeks ago.
"Jay and Anton were there to pick up the pieces and I can't knock them for that," he stated. "They helped me."
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