Dumped Love Island twin Eve Gale has revealed she received “hate mail” and “death threats” while she was in the villa.
The 20 year old, who’s sister Jess is coupled up with Luke Mabbott on the ITV2 show, said she hasn’t been subject to trolling after she was dumped, but that wasn’t the case while she was in the villa.
Speaking to the Daily Star while at BOXPARK, Eve said: “I actually haven’t faced that much hate, nobody’s been nasty to my face.
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”Since coming out of the villa, I’ve not experienced too many hate messages, it’s all been quite positive.”
But, Eve admitted that wasn’t the case while she was on the reality dating show. She added: “While in the villa I was getting hate mail and death threats which is expected really.”
During her time in the villa, former islander Molly-Mae Hague jumped to Eve and her sister Jess’ defence and ordered people to “stop trolling” after an old photo of the twins surfaced online.
The 20 year old, who found fame on the hit dating show in summer 2019, took to Twitter to voice her opinion on the matter as she responded to a troll’s harsh comments as they shared a then-and-now side-by-side photo of the 20 year old twins.
In the left-hand side of the photo the girls appear younger with auburn hair, which was compared to a more recent photo of them on the right-hand side. The image looks to be a screenshot as someone wrote over it: "IR JOKIN" and "before surgery," alongside a puking emoji. [sic]
Angered by the amount of online abuse directed at these images, Molly-Mae responded to the cruel tweet wrote: "Beautiful then and beautiful now. STOP TROLLING." [sic]
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Meanwhile, before the latest Love Island series kicked off, Molly-Mae’s villa mate, Amy Hart urged people to “be kind” and not send death threats to the new islanders.
Writing on her Instagram story, Amy said: “We all get invested, I’ve been guilty in the past, and form opinions of people we don’t actually know.
“We see 45 minutes of a story about people living in a villa. Please before you jump on the bandwagon and tweet something nasty about one of the islanders, remember they won’t see it.
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“Their mum, dad, nan, grandad, brothers, sisters and friends will.” [sic]
She then urged her followers to put themselves into the islanders’ loved one’s shoes as she wrote: “Think how you’d if you read something about someone in your life.
“Before you send a death threat into someone’s dm’s think how their best friend, sibling or whoever is running their account will feel reading that.” [sic]
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