Scottie was aligned with the ill-fated FOUTTE alliance. In week 2, he cast a rogue vote against his alliance member Chris Williams. However, this was fatal as he would be blamed for future rogue votes. In week 3, he became the HoH, targeted Level Six members Brett Robinson and Winston Hines with the former being his target, snagged a PoV win as well, and his plan failed as Winston was evicted. Despite being a backdoor target in week 5, he was kept off the block. In week 8, he was betrayed and nominated by his Foutte alliance member Faysal Shafaat after Brett falsely pinned Scottie for casting a rouge vote the previous week and JC Mounduix manipulated Fasyal into believing Scottie was untrustworthy. Although his game was initially up when Brett won PoV and used it take himself off the block, Scottie ended up alienating the one ally he had left when Sam Bledsoe talked him in to suggesting to Faysal that he pick Haleigh Broucher as a replacement nominee. Consequently, he was evicted that week in a unanimous 6-0 vote. Despite returning to the game at the end of week 9 by winning the jury buyback competition, he was evicted again in week 10 in a unanimous 5-0 vote, placing 8th and becoming the fourth member of the jury.
Scottie Salton Biography
Age: 26 Hometown: Shorewood, IL Current city: Chicago, IL Occupation: Shipping manager Three adjectives that describe you: Energetic, odd, and persistent. Favorite activities: Disc golf, CrossFit, and watching movies. What do you think will be the most difficult part about living inside the Big Brother house?
Whenever you walk into a room and people stop whatever they were whispering. The mix of friendliness and the potential backstabbing will probably get me a little shook. Which past Big Brother cast member did you like most?
Currently, Evel Dick. I like players who can win comps and can put their personality into their strategy. I also like players who can back up their talk. I also felt like he was genuinely himself, and I respect that. Do you have a strategy for winning the game?
I want to knock out the floaters and butterflies first. I feel the more competitive, big-game players I keep in the house, the more people will be stressed out. I'd rather make it an upfront contest than a "chess" match. My life's motto is...
When the shark is hungry, he eats! What would you take into the house and why?
- A disc golf.
- Basket discs.
Fun facts about yourself:
- I got catcalled while working at AMC during Fifty Shades Of Grey.
- I'm a 26-year-old virgin who has never been kissed.
- I got grounded when my brother threw up on me.
- I got into argument with a customer at AMC.