Love Island's George accused of ‘cheating, lying and being controlling’ by furious ex | The Sun
LOVE Island’s George Fensom has been accused of being a “cheat” and a “liar” by his ex girlfriend.
The furious ex hit out at George, 24, in a TikTok video last year, which has surfaced since it was announced he will be entering the villa next week.
In the video, she shared a series of pictures of herself and George, who is a business development executive from Bedford, with different captions.
In one she has labelled him a cheat, another she brands him a narcissist and in the next she wrote: “Controlling over what she wore and put down her appearance.”
Alongside a further image she claimed: “Begged her for money and never offer to pick up/split the bill.”
She continued: “Constantly lied to others and made empty promises” and said he has “low standards because he’s insecure”.
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George's ex wrote a number of other things about him in the comment section when she was quizzed by people.
She told one person: “He would also publicly scream in my face & then told his family I was “too anxious so had to leave” at events.”
And she replied to another: “I’m still healing & find it very difficult to let people in & go to therapy even though it was a while ago.”
A source close to George said: "This is a totally inaccurate representation of who George really is and he is looking forward to viewers getting to know him properly when he is in the Villa."
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Speaking prior to entering the villa George said: "I’m the first person to bring the vibe up, I’m always dancing, I’m always the one who wants to go out.
"My go-to dance move is what I call the Dad Dance, I’m gonna bring dad jokes and dad dancing to the Villa."
Discussing his ideal partner, George said: "I want them to be passionate about something, whether it’s a job or enjoying trips to the zoo on Saturdays.
"I prefer a girl who is naturally good looking, and someone who has even more banter than me- although I don’t believe that’s physically possible.
"I think those three qualities make for a perfect mix in a partner.”
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