Love Island's Amy Day has opened up about her thoughts on her TV ex-flame Hugo Hammond.
The reality TV beauty discussed the recent headlines surrounding Hugo which include him being accused of inappropriate behaviour towards some other reality stars.
Chatting to showbiz reporter Carly Hacon on a Facebook Live chat, Amy revealed that she hasn't seen or heard from him for a while.
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Amy said: "I definitely haven't seen him, I haven't seen him at events for a while either. We used to always bump into each other and it would be very civil.
"It's funny to look back and think about that whole thing that happened it was just bizarre, what a shame.
"Maybe he's trying to pull himself away from the Love Island stigma. I don't know what he's up to."
When asked if she's heard about the stories that have been circulating about him lately, she added: "I've definitely read those ones, am I surprised? No. Am I disappointed and disgusted? Yes. That's all a bit crazy."
Amy continued: "I've heard through the grapevine along those lines as well which I didn't believe were true, with people that I know – but I'm just going to keep my mouth shut there though."
The latest story surrounding Hugo was linked to Apprentice star Lottie Lion who claimed Hugo was left furious after she rejected several sexual advances from him.
Hugo strongly denies these claims and his spokesperson said: "We are denying false allegations and slander made recently. As everyone knows, there are two sides to every story and even more so in false stories fabricated for views."
His Love Island co-star Sharon Gaffka had also accused him of "inappropriate touching" and making jokes about her "being spiked" on her podcast.
However, Hugo also vehemently denied the claims and said: "Firstly, spiking is not a topic I use within my jokes nor do I find it funny, it’s horrific, to be honest.
“I wouldn’t joke about someone being spiked, it’s just not who I am, friend or not.
“The wild comment made around inappropriate touching is outrageous and simply false, to say something like this is seriously damaging and paints an unfair picture of me.
“You cannot just throw that sort of language around."
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