Chaos reigns on Love Island as islanders are fired after harassment and mass dumping

LOVE Island is facing a major eviction — and a mass dump is looming for the occupation.

Viewers of the ITV2 show are in for a big shock this week as several big names are ejected from the villa.

Love Island is on the verge of a huge mass dump


Love Island is on the verge of a huge mass dumpPhoto credit: ITV
Who do you think will be evicted from the island?


Who do you think will be evicted from the island?Photo credit: ITV

The Islanders just got through the Casa Amor reunion, which saw six of the sexy singletons fired.

There will be more to come from our screens in the coming days.

A source explained, “Once again the producers have kept the islanders on their toes and the ax is being wielded with great enthusiasm.”

“It’s not just one or two people packing their bags anymore.

“Several big names are getting their noses up this week – and just when they least expect it.”

The move comes amid a bullying row on Love Island.

Fans of the show said they wanted to “call Ofcom” after accusing the islanders of bullying behavior.

It came after the explosive Movie Night scenes aired, and things got very heated as Scott defended himself after a clip was shown of him saying he’d turn heads at Casa Amor.

This sparked a heated argument between Scott and Catherine, while Leah also spoke up to defend her friend.

Scott was hurt when Leah told him that none of the girls at Casa Amor wanted him.

And fans have since accused the girls of ‘bullying’ Scott, with one writing: “Is there any way at all to file a complaint or make Love Island more aware of Scott’s clear bullying?”

“It’s pretty hard to watch. If the roles were reversed tonight (e.g. a popular islander) everyone would scoot but with him it’s clearly an insult and everyone just carries on without saying anything.”

Many viewers responded that they were “uncomfortable” with the behaviors shown in the episode.

One person wrote: “Somebody needs to complain to the producers or Ofcom about the girls bullying Scott because it’s getting a bit too much.”

A second added: “Ofcom worthy clip this is disgusting and the fact Leah wanted to apologize afterwards? Wtf.”

A third reiterated: “I will be making my complaint to Ofcom about how crappy Scott is being treated by these girls.”

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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