Love Island viewers flocked to complain again after Faye Winter went on the warpath again in dramatic scenes.
The 26 year old previously sparked almost 25,000 complaints to the broadcasting watchdog Ofcom over the August 6 episode when she let rip at her partner Teddy Soares following the Mad Movies challenge which saw unseen clips aired in the TV villa.
She launched into a sweary tirade at Teddy and also shouted at Dale Mehmet and Matthew MacNabb when they attempted to diffuse the situation.
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After patching things up with Teddy, Tuesday’s episode saw Faye erupt again as she discovered Jake Cornish and his girlfriend Liberty Poole, and fellow couples Kaz Kamwi and Tyler Cruickshank and Millie Court and Liam Reardon, had voted them as the ‘least compatible’ couple.
Faye and Teddy
An upset Faye confronted them over their decision and later broke down in tears when she spoke to Millie about the situation.
Viewers took to Twitter to say were lodging further complaints about the lettings manager with one writing: “What’s Ofcom’s number? I need Faye and her lapdog out of the villa.”
A second penned: “Complained to Ofcom about Faye lol I am actually raging lmao I want her off.”
Another said: “Made my Ofcom complaint about Faye, can’t believe how much she gets away with. The privilege of it all.”
A fourth added: “This episode of Love Island defo bothered me! I had to seriously.”
And another wrote: “Just made my first Ofcom complaint about Faye. Feels good.”
Love Island has been hit with another 147 Ofcom complaints following Faye’s rant at Teddy during the movie night episode.
It previously received 24,763 complaints about the episode which is a record number for the ITV2 reality show which launched in 2015.
Ofcom said they would be carefully assessing the complaints before deciding whether or not to investigate.
Love Island’s Faye
Faye was shown a clip of her partner admitting he was sexually attracted to Clarisse Juliette during the lads’ holiday in Casa Amor.
Considering this to be betrayal she branded Teddy, a senior financial consultant from Manchester, ‘a stupid, stupid boy’ in the row.
An ITV spokesman said after the row: “Welfare and duty of care towards our contributors is always our primary concern, and we take the emotional well-being of all the Islanders extremely seriously.
“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.
“All the Islanders are therefore fully supported by the professionals on site and by their friends in the villa.
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“Islanders can always reach out and talk to someone if they feel the need.”
In Tuesday’s episode Faye fumed about her fellow Islanders’ votes after they had got their relationship back on track.
“What hurts me is that you guys sat there with me and helped me overcome my insecurities, my self-sabotage and sat there and didn’t say once that you didn’t think we were compatible,” she told them.
“I’m actually hurt by you guys because you’ve been in here with me for seven weeks, and not one person has come forward to me and said ‘Faye, I really think you should think about this.'”
When Jake appeared to laugh at her reaction Faye yelled: “You can stop smirking because you’re p***ing me off.
“Stop smirking, Jake, I don’t know who you think you are, because you’ve been talking s**t the whole f***ing time.”
Dancing on Ice winner Jake Quickenden sympathised on Twitter: “Faye’s three best mates in the villa voted for her… she’s definitely got a right to be upset!!”