Faye Winter blasts ex Love Island co-stars ‘You said those things’

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Faye Winter has hit out at former Love Island stars who are “blaming” unaired scenes for their portrayal on the show.

Love Island finalist Faye, 26, addressed her fellow former Islanders as she said: "You still did those things… You are still that person and those things still left your mouth."

A number of Islanders from this year's series have complained of how they were shown on TV, and claimed producers edited the show to make them look a certain way.

Faye shared her opinion on the contestants complaints as she told Cosmopolitan: "This gets to me because regardless of which scenes were aired, you still did those things… You are still that person and those things still left your mouth.

"Own it and move on. If you've got to apologise, apologise. If you've got to live up to it, live up to it. But don't start blaming unaired scenes for that."

It comes after Jake Cornish said fans of the show would see him differently if they saw what "wasn't aired".

During a recent question and answer session on his Instagram story, Jake was asked by a fan: "Well unfair the way the public reacted to u on the show. What's your thoughts on it?"

Jake, who is said to be "civil" with ex Liberty, shared a cryptic response as he said: "If people knew what was said which wasn't aired I think people would believe differently."


He later added, in an interview with Mail Online, that he was "turned into a villain" on the reality show.

Jake expressed: "There's stuff I have spoken to Lib about on camera that hasn't aired about how I was feeling.

"It isn't nice I've been painted this way as a pantomime villain. It isn't the nicest to come across as someone I'm not.

"During the Movie Night they had to bring back a clip from Day Two to make me look bad. I'm sorry but Day Two? Everyone's got opinions but that was taken out of context. I had to sit back and take it.

"They've got to make storylines but it isn't nice when you're on the back end. Liberty and I were big parts of the show; it was a way to make something out of it, which is a shame really. At the time I was like: 'What the hell?'"

But, a spokesperson for ITV said: "The opinions they have, decisions they make and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.

"It is always our intention to produce a show that is a fair and accurate representation of life in the villa."

The Mad Movies challenge also showed a clip of Jake appearing to encourage the lads to stray away while in Casa Amor. But, Jake has since insisted that is not the case.

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He said: "That was definitely taken out of context. All I was saying was 'boys, have fun' I wasn't saying to kiss anyone.

"Everyone is a grown person in there. I was saying 'have fun in Casa and enjoy it.' We always had a cheers every night and said 'no regrets.'"

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