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Love Island denies Jacques O'Neill was removed from show for Tasha bullying claims

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Love Island contestant Jacques O'Neill was forced to leave the villa by producers for alleged misogynistic behaviour and impersonating deaf contestant Tasha Ghouri.Claims began to circulate on social media regarding the way in which Jacques removed himself from the villa prematurely as he was "struggling" with his mental health while the programme was on air in July.But since the show came to end – which saw Ekin-Su Culculoglu and Davide Sanclimenti crowned as this year's winners – someone who claimed to have met someone who works on Love Island said that Jacques was "removed" from the show - a decision he allegedly wasn't happy with.READ MORE: Love Island's Faye Winter warns there's 'no way to prepare' for aftermath of ITV2 showDaily Star contacted ITV regarding the rumour however they have denied the claims are true, saying the statement released at the time of Jacques' exit was the truth.Jacques made an unexpected exit from the reality show after he lost his temper at returning bombshell Adam Collard who appeared to have an interest in his partner Paige Thorne.Speaking about his decision to depart the show last month, Jacques, 23, told The Sun: "I thought if I don’t get myself out things could go horribly wrong and I could get physical."At home you can remove yourself from situations, but in there you had to deal with every situation, and in that moment I took my microphone off, and walked straight through the front doors because I just wanted to get out of that place."Producers tried coming to me, they were like, ‘Jacques, are you OK?

I was saying, 'I don’t want to speak to you or anyone. I want to be left to myself.' It was too much."The hunky chap, who has ADHD, also insinuated that this also affected his time on.

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