Love Island’s Lucie dealt another cruel blow as new girl was seeing her ex

Love Island 's Lucie Donlan is set for another crushing blow when new girl Arabella Chi enters the villa.

It's been a very tough week for poor Lucie, who has been subjected to cruel taunts from the girls then faced pressure from Joe Garratt.

There have been 684 complaints to Ofcom about "the treatment of Lucie by the others contestants" – with Love Island giving her support from psychologists.

She has broken down in tears multiple times, most recently when Joe was booted out of the villa after they were voted as one of the least compatible couples.

But it doesn't look like Lucie is getting a break as the new bombshell has dated her ex-boyfriend.

The 21-year-old surfer went out with series 4 star Charlie Frederick for six months.

It seems they had a bitter split as Charlie has downplayed their relationship to a 'holiday romance' and claimed Lucie is only going on the show to boost her Instagram followers.

While London-based model Arabella, 28, has revealed she was also seeing Charlie for a while.

On her claims to fame, she said: "Being on a billboard on Oxford Street for G Star last year. I was on Sports Direct. And I know Montana Brown from series three. I also dated Charlie Frederick for a time."

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Lucie is having a particularly rough time in the villa at the moment after Joe's exit.

She considered leaving the villa with her man, but the sandwich maker urged her to stay and enjoy the rest of her Love Island experience.

It seems the girls will put their differences aside and rally round Lucie – but viewers have not been happy with how she is being treated.

Love Island bosses have confirmed they are looking after Lucie and all of the other Islanders by making sure they are given the right support.

In a statement, they said: "We take the emotional well-being of all the Islanders extremely seriously.

"We have dedicated welfare producers and psychological support on hand at all times who monitor and regularly speak to all of the Islanders in private and off camera, especially if someone appears to be upset.

"All the Islanders are therefore fully supported by the professionals on site and by their friends in the villa.

"This means Islanders are always able to reach out and talk to someone if they feel the need.

"We will of course continue to monitor all of our Islanders in line with our robust protocols.

"Love Island holds a mirror up to relationships and all the different dynamics that go with them."

*Love Island airs tonight at 9pm on ITV2

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