Ferne McCann has emotionally talked about how her ex’s crime is affecting her. Ferne McCann has hit out against recent criticism, saying she feels ‘vilified’ for ex-boyfriend and acid attacker Arthur Collins’ actions. The TOWIE star – who is currently starring in her own documentary on ITVBe called Ferne McCann: First Time Mum – has been speaking on camera about having to deal with what the father of her daughter did.
The former boyfriend of Ferne McCann is alleged to have been involved in a violent dispute with a crime syndicate before his acid attack. Arthur Collins was yesterday found guilty, by a majority of 10 to two, of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent and nine counts of actual bodily harm against 14 people following the incident in a London nightclub. A month before the attack Collins is said to have been in Hoxton when a pal of his allegedly tried to steal a watch belonging to the Adams family.
Arthur Collins was found guilty of hurling acid over a crowd at a London nightclub in April.
The ex-boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann has admitted dousing clubbers with acid hours after telling her family she was pregnant - but claims he thought it was a date rape drug.
Arthur Collins trial started today with the jury hearing how he allegedly threw acid three times on a nightclub dancefloor.