Someone's in trouble when they get home...
Last night Adam Collard reinstated himself as the villain of this year’s Love Island when he ditched Rosie Williams for new girl Zara McDermott.
The 22-year-old Geordie seemed to find it amusing when the girl he’d previously been coupled up with explained how she felt.
‘I shared a night with you; I trusted you when I shared that night with you, you had what you wanted and ditched me 12 hours later,’ Rosie tearfully said.
‘You can’t treat girls like that. You will never ever be happy because you are constantly searching for more. You trick girls into thinking that you are in here for a serious relationship, [but] you’re in here to rack up your numbers.’
As well as angering a lot of social media users, it appeared Adam’s family weren’t too impressed with how he’d treated Rosie either.
Or so we thought.
In a series of tweets, ‘Adam’s mum’ seemed to denounce her son’s appalling behavior on Twitter for all the world to see, saying he’d hate for his own sisters to be treated in the same way.
‘Even us at home really don’t agree with what Adam’s been doing it in the house,’ the first tweet began. ‘Actually feel sorry for Rosie. No remorse. Families not happy with his actions [sic].’
However, it turns out this is actually a fake account and Adam’s mum had nothing to do with the tweets – his actual account is @theadamcollard.
‘We have NOT issued this and would NOT condone these comments at all!’ the person looking after Adam’s real account wrote. ‘Say what you will this is a reality game show!’
The account has since been suspended. To be fair, signing off as ‘Adam’s mum x’ was a bit of a giveaway.
Shame though, because we love the drama…
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm.