Published: Wed, June 19, 2019
Entertaiment | By Simon Arnold

'Love Island' receives nearly 800 Ofcom complaints over two main issues

'Love Island' receives nearly 800 Ofcom complaints over two main issues

Since the beginning she has been coupled up with Joe Garratt and he has become increasingly possessive of Lucie.

The UK's broadcasting watchdog has received nearly 500 complaints about Longford Love Island contestant Maura Higgins.

"Abusive relationships often star off with subtle signs of control".

Ms Claire said: 'Controlling behaviour is never acceptable.

A domestic violence charity in the United Kingdom has issued a statement over Joe Garrett's behaviour on Love Island.

"We have dedicated welfare producers and psychological support on hand at all times who monitor and regularly speak to all of the Islanders in private and off camera, especially if someone appears to be upset".

Some Love Island viewers suspect Curtis Pritchard is up to something and has got a game plan up his sleeve.

According to 2017 contestant Kem Cetinay, contestants are allowed one small glass of wine or beer a night with dinner. Inappropriate behaviour is again at producers' discretion, and would include violence and sexual harassment.

The two couples considered the least compatible will be at risk of exiting the villa.

After the night's events, the girls are then seen getting ready for the following evening in the first look clue with Yewande Biala, 23, asking Elma her thoughts on Tom.

MAURA HIGGINS has caused a stir on Love Island over the last few days as she continually tried to kiss fellow contestant Tommy Fury, who turned his face away.

"Every time I wake up next to you, it just makes me smile, because I don't know what I've done to deserve waking up next to you".

After the pair had a disagreement in last night's episode, Joe tells Lucie: "Who do you reckon is going to vote for us?" You can still get us on the free app on your Android, iPhone or tablet.

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