Love Island’s Faye Winter reveals feud with Islanders and fumes don’t ‘f***ing talk to me unless you want to say sorry’

LOVE Island's Faye Winter has revealed a number of ex Islanders refused to talk to her after watching her explode on the ITV2 show.

The show finalist – who apologised after she was filmed screaming at partner Teddy Soares in the 2021 series – admitted she was shocked by the snub when she came out of the villa.

Faye, 26, told Vicky Pattison on her The Secret To podcast: "A lot of the ex islanders, they had a lot of opinions on me, some ex islanders.

"And I don't know them, and I don't take people's opinions when I don't know them to heart at all.

"But it was the one opinion, that I thought, 'you know what goes on', and I thought, like hang on!

"I am a little bit, like, I've come out and there were obviously a few that didn't want to talk to me. And i was like, 'oh don't you?'

"Well don't f*****g talk to me, unless you want to say sorry!"

Vicky, 33, sympathised with Faye even though she had been "divisive" on 2021 series.

But the ex Geordie Shore star added: "So many scenes stick out for me because of things you did.

"When all the new girls came in and all the lasses were like 'oh no, she's so pretty' and you were just sitting there filing your nails.

"I was like, I love that, she is a queen."

Faye went on a rampage after previous scenes from the villa were played back to Islanders during a pub quiz, including one which saw Teddy snog bombshell Clarisse.

She then branded her partner a "two-faced p***k" in the series' most explosive clash.

She also sarcastically raged: "He's a nice guy. Uncle Ted. Do you know what, get your f***ing sandals and f*** off."

She also said screamed at the boys: “I’ll f*****g fall out with all of you p****s if I have to. I’ll fall out with every single p***k in here.”

Teddy broke down in tears as his relationship with the feisty estate agent then ended, with his emotional turmoil leaving fans begging for bosses to step in.

After the scenes aired, Faye received death threats from vile trolls.

It also lead to watchdog Ofcom receiving almost 25,000 complaints.

Faye watched the scenes back for the first time on the Love Island reunion show in September.

Asked why she had got to that point, she said: "I think it was just mixed emotions for all of the girls.

"And the build up for every clip that came through and unfortunately everyone just got the wrath of me."

She then turned to her fellow islanders in the studio and said: "Sorry guys, sorry all."

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