Love Island has been hit with close to 1,000 complaints in a fresh wave of bullying allegations.
Things got tense in the villa during the typically explosive Movie Night episode, where contestants are shown clips of moments they haven’t previously seen.
It aired on 9 July and many fans flocked to Twitter to complain about the way some of the girls were treating Scott van der Sluis.
Ofcom has now revealed that it received a total of 957 complaints for that instalment of the ITV dating show.
And a spokesperson for the broadcasting watchdog told Yahoo that the majority of them related to alleged bullying towards towards Scott from the other Islanders.
The episode saw Scott clash with Catherine Agbaje and Leah Taylor, and he was upset when Leah told him that none of the Casa Amor ladies wanted him.
Many viewers have posted messages on Twitter saying they think Scott is having a rough time.
“They’re actually bullying Scott and it’s very hard to watch!” one person tweeted.
Another posted: “Why are they all coming for Scott??? Mean Girls behaviour.”
“It's getting to a point when Scott is being bullied and everything he says is getting used against him, it's honestly awful, poor man,” stormed another fan.
Someone else claimed: “Scott is getting bullied left right and centre and it’s not fair.”
Love Island also sparked more complaints over the return of Molly Marsh.
The contestant was dumped from the ITV dating show earlier in the series, after former contestant Kady McDermott returned and nabbed Marsh’s partner Zachariah Noble, leaving her single.
But she was brought back at Casa Amor.
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The return episode triggered hundreds of complaints and Ofcom said it has now received a further 92 complaint, taking the total to 466.
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