Love Island slapped with 147 more Ofcom complaints after Faye’s infamous row

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Love Island has been hit with another 147 Ofcom complaints after Faye Winter sparked fury with her behaviour towards partner Teddy Soares.

The show was slapped with a record-breaking 25,000 Ofcom complaints after viewers were left stunned by her furious tirade at Teddy on August 6, which shaw her swear a reported 57 times.

Faye's fury was sparked by the villa's Movie Night, which showed unseen clips of the islanders, and showed the boys' time in Casa Amor.

Faye, Liberty and Kaz were left upset by what they saw their partner doings with the former raging after seeing Teddy admit he had an attraction towards bombshell Clarisse.

Addressing the high number of complaints, Ofcom posted on Twitter: "We've received a high volume of complaints about last week's Love Island, which is consistent with a trend of growing complaints about high-profile TV shows.

"We are carefully assessing the complaints we've received, before deciding whether or not to investigate."

The show had already been hit with 4,000 Ofcom complaints from viewers, but it had been in favour of Faye and Teddy after Love Island was accusing of unnecessarily upsetting the stars by giving them inaccurate pictures on a postcard sent from Casa Amor.

Fans claimed that the show had deliberately misled the female contestants into thinking their partners were being unfaithful.

Meanwhile, Faye later apologised to Teddy for her behaviour a day later and told him: "I am really sorry for the way I spoke to you.

"There's no excuse for the way I spoke to you or how I raised my voice and no-one should have someone speak to them like that."

However, a source claimed to Mail Online that Faye had been ordered to make amends with Teddy by show bosses following the backlash.

They said: "Faye was ordered by producers to apologise to Teddy, and not only that but to grovel for forgiveness.

"They warned if she refused to back down her place on the show could be in doubt and as the latest arrivals have shown, there's always a new contestant waiting in the wings."

Love Island airs weekdays at 9pm on ITV2.

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