Love Island newbie Tommy Fury has been accused of talking about buying cocaine for a night out with his mates.
A leaked text message reportedly shows the 20-year-old boxer – brother of Tyson Fury – talking about the Class A drug before heading off to the ITV2 villa.
The message was sent ahead of a trip to the Lake District with his friends for the May 6 Bank Holiday weekend, reports the Sun on Sunday .
The text message shown to the newspaper is reported to say: "Anyone want a lot of coke for the night?"
One of the people due to go on the trip was his on/off girlfriend Millie Roberts, who called him a "fake, phoney and a liar" when she claims he dumped her to go on the show.
A source said: "When he sent the message to the WhatsApp group everybody just kind of ignored it. He hadn’t taken part in any of the conversation and it was such a random message.
"He clearly wanted to have a wild weekend and get anybody else he could involved as well."
The inside added that Millie and Tommy had broken up several times but that they were an item when the group were planning the trip to a cottage.
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They said Tommy is a "nice guy" and that he "likes to party".
A representative for ITV told Mirror Online: "We have no means of contextualising these messages or indeed verifying that they have even come from Tommy."
Tommy is also accused of lying about his mum dying of cancer in a bid to pull a girl.
Student Olivia Wells claims Tommy tried to romance her and told her that his mum Chantal had Stage Three cancer, and later said she'd died when in reality she was fine.
The 19-year-old slammed his behaviour and called him a "disgusting human being".
Tommy's gran Barbara Johnson, 71, came to his defence.
He said: "There is nothing wrong with his mum. It’s not true – Chantal has never had cancer. This is just a mix-up. Tommy is lovely – he is our baby."
Tommy's representatives have also been contacted.
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