I went on Love Island and got 25,000 Ofcom complaints but I don’t condone what I did says 2021 star Faye Winter | The Sun

I went on Love Island and got 25,000 Ofcom complaints but I don’t condone what I did says 2021 star Faye Winter | The Sun

LOVE Island's Faye Winter has revealed she doesn't condone what she did on Love Island after receiving 25,000 Ofcom complaints.

The reality favourite, 26, made reference to what happened during her stint in the villa last year after a spat between her former co-stars emerged online.


Rachel Finni, 30, blasted Tyler Cruickshank, 26, Jake Cornish, 25, Brad McClelland, 26, and Aaron Francis, 24, earlier this week after they implied that she wasn't worthy of being called a bombshell during an Instagram livestream on Wednesday evening.

Many Islanders from their series have commented on the drama, including Sharon Gaffka, Shannon Singh and Kaz Kamwi.

The former estate agent also took to her Instagram story to say her bit.

Faye said: "I wasn't going to say anything but it's got to a point where I've got the experience to shed some light.

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"I have seen the video and comments regarding the live two nights ago, firstly.. I DO NOT agree with the comments and reactions regarding Rachel, any woman would be upset with these comments and I'm thinking of her during this time."

She continued: "I came out of Love Island to 25,000 ofCom complaints which has now developed into a paid add 12 months later, I feel I can shed some light into this issue and how this affects mental health.

"I want to make clear I'm not diminishing Rachel's feelings and I also want to make clear I do not condone my behaviour on Love Island.

"It's okay not to like others and to have your option, when there are thousands of people on individuals some of which were not on the live, it does really take affect on your mental health and your well-being.

"Some of which have had threats on themselves and family members you really have to sit back and think whos the real villain here someone that's made the comment and apologise, or those have made disgusting comments against individuals and family members.

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"I hope the individuals involved have learnt from their comments as I have but I also hope that everyone learns that two wrongs do not make it right and cancel culture is being taken too far."

Back in August 2021 Love Island was hit with a record 24,763 Ofcom complaints from fans infuriated by Faye's "toxic" meltdown.

The incident, which saw Faye swear and scream in partner Teddy Soare's face, is the most complained about moment in the show's history.

Viewers branded the uncomfortable clash "toxic" and "difficult to watch".

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Earlier this week her former co-stars Tyler, Jake, Brad, and Aaron discussed a range of topics on social media, but conversation soon turned to discuss their season's female bombshells.

When Rachel's name was mentioned – as she was one of the first bombshells to enter the villa – Brad scoffed and pulled a face.

The three other islanders then burst out laughing, unable to speak for a few moments.

Despite the conversation moving on for a second, Brad brought back the conversation again to clearly state: "Again, Rachel, NOT a bombshell".

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A short 44-second screen recording of the broadcast has since gone viral on social media, with the boys being branded as "cruel", "childish", and "bullies".

Since then all four boys have issued an apology on Instagram.




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