Love Island stars 'sent death threats' after travelling to Dubai

‘It’s been relentless’: Love Island stars ‘sent death threats’ after travelling to Dubai during the coronavirus pandemic

  • A collection of reality stars travelled to Dubai over the festive season with some jetting off while parts of the UK remained in Tier 3 and 4 lockdown 
  • It has now been claimed that some Love Island stars have received ‘relentless’ abuse and even death threats over their trips 
  • It is not known which Love Island stars have been targeted 
  • Dubai has been an ideal choice for many as visitors aren’t currently required to quarantine upon their return to the UK
  • Many stars have insisted their trips are for ‘work’ as the government currently asks UK residents to avoid unnecessary travel 

Love Island stars have reportedly been sent death threats after jetting to Dubai during the coronavirus pandemic.

A collection of reality stars have travelled to United Arab Emirates over the festive season with some jetting off while parts of the UK remained in Tier 3 and 4 lockdown.

And now it has been claimed that some Love Island stars have received ‘relentless’ abuse and even death threats.

Claims: Love Island stars have reportedly been sent death threats after jetting to Dubai during the coronavirus pandemic (Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy Fury pictured in Dubai last month – there is no suggestion they are the reality stars referenced) 

An agent, whose client had travelled to Dubai and didn’t share which reality stars have been targeted, told the Mirror: ‘We manage their social media accounts and I’ve seen a number of death threats in direct messages.

‘It’s been relentless. We warned them not to travel abroad while a lot of the nation is under severe restrictions as it’s a terrible look, but they ignored it.’

The source added that ‘work’ for Love Island stars constitutes of ‘doing vlogs’ or ‘advertising diet drinks’, which allows the reality stars to travel and stay in free hotels in return for ‘publicity’.

They added: ‘But it has gone down like a lead balloon with their fans, and you have to wonder if it’s really worth it.’ 

Birthday trip: A collection of reality stars have travelled to United Arab Emirates over the festive season with some jetting off while parts of the UK remained in Tier 3 and 4 lockdown  (Maura Higgins pictured in Dubai last month – there is no suggestion she is the reality star referenced) 

‘Relentless abuse’: And now it has been claimed that some Love Island stars have received ‘relentless’ abuse and even death threats (Kady McDermott pictured in Dubai on Friday – there is no suggestion she is the reality star referenced) 

Before the third lockdown, a slew of Love Island stars, including Laura Anderson, Molly-Mae Hague, Maura Higgins, Amber Davies, Georgia Harrison and Kady McDermott, jetted to Dubai amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Although some have since returned to the UK, the likes of Laura, Kady and Georgia still remain in the United Arab Emirates.

The city has been an ideal choice for many as visitors aren’t currently required to quarantine upon their return to the UK.

Many stars have insisted their trips are for ‘work’ as the government currently asks UK residents to avoid unnecessary travel. 

An agent, whose client had travelled to Dubai and didn’t share which reality stars have been targeted, told the Mirror : ‘We manage their social media accounts and I’ve seen a number of death threats in direct messages.’ (Laura Anderson pictured in Dubai in December – there is no suggestion she is the reality star referenced)

‘Warned’: ‘It’s been relentless. We warned them not to travel abroad while a lot of the nation is under severe restrictions as it’s a terrible look, but they ignored it.’ (Georgia Harrison pictured in Dubai on Friday – there is no suggestion she is the reality star referenced) 

Several Love Island stars have been forced to hit back at angry fans after they were criticised for jetting off on holiday during the global pandemic.

In December, Molly-Mae, 21, who flew to The Maldives following a break in Dubai with beau Tommy Fury, insisted she didn’t break any rules, as the couple left their Manchester home under Tier 2 COVID-19 restrictions.   

Taking to Instagram at the time, the influencer revealed that she had been inundated with angry messages as she admitted she couldn’t ‘wrap [her] head around’ the draconian limits of Tier 4, particularly with Christmas rapidly approaching.

She wrote: ‘In response to the messages I’m already getting about us being away throughout this time… Please understand that Tommy and I left the UK from Cheshire which was in Tier 2 at the time. We didn’t break any rules coming away.

‘Work’: The source added that ‘work’ for Love Island stars constitutes of ‘doing vlogs’ or ‘advertising diet drinks’, which allows them to travel and stay in free hotels’ (Amber Davies pictured in Dubai in November – there is no suggestion she is the reality star referenced) 

‘If we knew these rules were going to be put in place then obviously we would have never left the UK. The minute we arrive home we will be following government guidelines.’  

While just last week Kady, 25, was forced to hit back at trolls after she was criticised for her ‘business trip’ to the Maldives before she jetted onto Dubai with boyfriend Myles Barnett.

The former Love Island contestant took to Instagram to share a sunset photo of herself in a bikini, gazing out at the infinity pool and soaking up the evening heat. 

‘My favourite time of the day!’ she captioned it, tagging @hardrockhotelmaldives and @trendingtravel.co.uk into the post.

Hitting back: Several Love Island stars have been forced to hit back at angry fans after they were criticised for jetting off on holiday during the global pandemic, with Molly-Mae, 21, insisting in December that she and beau Tommy Fury didn’t break any rules

But one follower – who allegedly has been contacting her via direct message as well – was quick to slam Kady, 25, for being abroad while the majority of the UK are forbidden to travel.  

‘Breaking the rules again – don’t see this as a business trip!’ they remarked.

Unable to let it slide, Kady bit back: ‘Oh so because you don’t see it as a business trip it means it isn’t? Oh ok lol.

Idyllic: While just last week Kady, 25, was forced to hit back at trolls after she was criticised for her ‘business trip’ to the Maldives before she jetted onto Dubai with boyfriend Myles Barnett

Work or play? One follower – who allegedly has been contacting her via direct message as well – was quick to slam Kady, 25, for being abroad while the majority of the UK are forbidden to travel amid the pandemic [above is her reply]

‘But if you mush know as you keep sending me DMS too I am here with @trendingtravel.co.uk and had a valid letter for travel from the CEO. Not everyone’s work is based in an office’ [sic]

She went on: ‘I understand some people may not see this as ‘work’ but advertising fashion brands, companies, hotels etc is how I pay my bills.

‘I don’t question anyone on how they pay theirs so don’t question mine. Happy new year!’ [sic]    

It is not known which Love Island star the agent was referring to and MailOnline has contacted Laura Anderson, Molly-Mae Hague, Maura Higgins, Amber Davies, Georgia Harrison and Kady McDermott’s representatives for comment.  

DUBAI: The Visitors  

LOVE ISLAND  

Georgia Steel, Kaz Crossley, Joanna Chimonides, Francesca Allen, Amber Gill, Malin Andersson, Theo Campbell, Molly-Mae Hague, Tommy Fury, Maura Higgins, Chris Taylor, Amber Davies, Elle Brown, Laura Anderson, Hayley Hughes, Jess and Eve Gale, Arabella Chi, Demi Jones and Wes Nelson

TOWIE 

Amber Turner, Dan Edgar, Yazmin Oukhellou, James Lock, Demi Sims, Kelsey Stratford and Ella Rae Wise

GEORDIE SHORE 

Chloe Ferry, Bethan Kershaw and Sophie Kasaei 

SPORTS STARS 

Amir Khan and Faryal Makhdoom, Peter Crouch and Abbey Clancy 

 

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