Love Island's Teddy's family share disgust at Faye's expletive rant and slam her 'bad attitude'

LOVE Island's Teddy Soares' family have unleashed their angst after Faye Winter targeted their loved one with an epic rant.

The lettings manager, 25, sparked fight night in the villa with her furious rage directed at all of the lads.


Yet it was her aggressiveness towards now-ex Teddy, which saw her brand the Manchester lad a "two faced p***k" which caused concern.

Later scenes saw the senior financial consultant broke down in tears as his relationship with the feisty estate agent ended, with his emotional turmoil leaving fans begging for bosses to step in.

Meanwhile, his loved ones watching at home have called for Faye's removal from the Mallorca villa.

Teddy's cousin Tania Monteiro, 36, who lives in Portugal, frankly told the Sunday People: "I don't have words for what she has done."

I don't have words for what she has done.

She added: "Yesterday I said, you are not a girl I was thinking would be good for my cousin because he needs a girl with a little bit of attitude, but not a bad attitude, a passive woman, not an aggressive woman."

Former Strictly Come Dancing pro James Jordan has also weighed in on the debate, branding Faye "very, very agressive."

Upset viewers have also vowed to vote Faye off the show and complain to Ofcom after she "screamed for an hour".

FAYE'S FURY

The Devon-born lass 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.

He then claimed he was "technically single" in a chat with the lads after.

The dramatic scenes saw Faye brand her partner Teddy a "two-faced p***k" in the series' most explosive clash to date.

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

DEATH THREATS

Since the scenes were aired, Faye has sadly received death threats from sick viewers.

Fans have been left horrified by the "disgusting comments" left on Faye's Instagram page, which is being run by her friends and family.

Love Island warned fans to "think before you post" before the episode was aired on Friday.



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