After the residents of the "Big Brother" house elected Ben Viarnik as the king of the class, he decided to reveal his past to them, leaving no dry eye.
"When I was a year and a half old, my mother was problematic. She would leave me at my grandmother's house and go to parties and come back a few days later. And after one of the times she disappeared for a while, which I think is about a month, she came home and said to my grandmother: 'I want to take the child.' My grandmother told her, 'You're not taking him anywhere.' She left me at my grandmother's house, and left, and that was it. And never came back." As for his father, Ben said, "My dad is not in the story, nobody knows who he is at all."
Ben shares his complicated childhood with the residents of the brother's house // Network 13
As mentioned, Ben grew up in Ramat Hasharon with his grandparents after being abandoned by his mother. His life as a teenager was "terrible," as he described it in the entrance video to the brother's house. He began to walk around the street and connect with problematic people, and at the age of 15 and a half he received his first file with the police. His "resume" included motorcycle thefts, beatings to police officers, damage to police property and more. Ben was referred for rehabilitation at the Nirim Youth Village, where he spent most of his teenage years.
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