Love Island's most recent evictee has slammed Jessica Shears and Dom Lever for playing a game in the villa. The cheek of it...
Tyne-Lexy Clarson became the first girl to leave the series during last night's episode (June 18) after failing to find love or a man willing to pair with her for survival on the show.
Following her departure, the 20-year-old sat down with show host Caroline Flack for a chat, during which she accused the show's longest-running couple Jess and Dom of playing a game.
"From how I feel, they're working in the villa because they kind of take the mummy and daddy role and they like that kind of status in there, but in the outside world... I think they'd clash massively," she said.
"But obviously it is a game and you can't really judge it by who's playing a game and who isn't, because obviously everyone actually is playing the game."
Following her departure from the villa, Tyne-Lexy was quick to name and shame who she thought the biggest game players were.
And aside from Jess and Dom, she pointed the finger of suspicion at Chris Hughes.
"Chris was the main one for me that was playing a game out of everyone, just from the way he was acting in there," she suggested.
Love Island continues tonight (June 19) at 9pm on ITV2.
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