Fans have previously complained about Conor's behaviour towards Deana Uppal on the show, accusing him of aggressive bullying. He was warned by Big Brother for his behaviour, but Conor was not asked to make any apology to Deana.
Since his victory in the White Room task last Friday, which saw Conor bluff his way to winning the cash, 113 complaints have been made to the TV watchdog. Ofcom is currently deciding if the complaints require further investigation.
Digital Spy readers described the show twist, which allowed Conor to exit with the cash, "disgraceful".
Ofcom has had over 1,800 complaints during the current series of Big Brother with the majority involving Conor's verbal threats about Deana.
Big Brother concludes on Monday, August 13 at 9pm on Channel 5.
Luke Scrase, Ashleigh Hughes, Luke Anderson, Adam Kelly, Sara McLean, Scott Mason and Deana Uppal are the housemates still in with a chance of winning the show.