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14 August 2018, 15:44
The Love Island contestant has just split from Samira Mighty and has been accused of cheating multiple times.
She might not have had the best time on Love Island, but fans were certain Samira Mighty had found her happily ever after when she quit the show to follow her heart and make things work with Frankie Foster… but new DMs have been revealed showing he asked a girl back to his hotel room.
Frankie has been accused of cheating on Samira numerous times, with photos also emerging of him kissing a mystery girl on the dancefloor of a night club, but these new DMs show he was trying to get a girl to come back to his hotel room at a recent PA in Maidstone.
Omg my Jolie went out and Frankie off Love Island was there and he was all over her he wouldn’t leave off😳 he begged her to go back to his hotel but she didn’t and the next day he was messaging her and then Samira followed her and now he’s blocked her🤣 #LeaveHimSis #LoveIsland pic.twitter.com/YxWqDt8hfF— 🎀Liberty🎀 (@libfrazierxo) August 13, 2018
A fan posted the incriminating DMs on Twitter with the caption, “Omg my Jolie went out and Frankie off Love Island was there and he was all over her he wouldn’t leave off he begged her to go back to his hotel but she didn’t and the next day he was messaging her and then Samira followed her and now he’s blocked her #LeaveHimSis”
The couple are said to have split up with a representative for Samira telling Digital Spy, “Samira will be taking some time out from her relationship with Frankie to focus on herself and future work opportunities.
“They have spoken in depth about the recent events and Samira feels a break for now is the best thing for both of them so they can see what the future holds.”
A representative for Frankie added, “Frankie wholeheartedly knows that his actions were not acceptable and has apologised to Samira."
Neither Frankie nor Samira have addressed the rumours directly, but here’s hoping Samira finds the man she deserves now she’s newly single.