Kady McDermott says she LEFT the Love Island villa and producers ‘called her mum’ amid allegations she was punched in the face by castmate in graphic unseen scenes – EXCLUSIVE

Kady McDermott claimed that she was given a nosebleed following a punch-up with a fellow Love Island star in unseen footage.

The 23 year old starred on the second series of the hit ITV2 show, and came to blows with Malia Arkian the second she stepped foot in the villa as a bombshell.

A huge fight between her and Myles Barnett’s girlfriend erupted over a spilt glass of wine, which ended with Malia being removed from the villa on the same day as her arrival.

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Speaking exclusively to OK! online, Kady gave her account of what happened. She said: “Malia punched me in the face and they didn’t show it.

“I had a panic attack and everything. She literally punched me once in the face, nosebleed.

“I was out of the villa for a bit, and the producers spoke to me and were like ‘Kady, just so you know, we’re not going to show this. This isn’t Ex on the Beach, it’s not what Love Island is about’.

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“They apologised so, so much, they told my mum. I was fine, I was a bit shaken up, but that’s why she got removed immediately.”

Malin denied the allegation, telling MailOnline: “Kady is a compulsive liar.”

Kady had re-tweeted the footage of the fight before the new season of Love Island began.

She wrote alongside the clip to her 381,000 followers: “Sassy little kady weren’t I meow [sic].”

Former The Only Way Is Essex star Kady then went on to tell her fans: “She punched me in the nose after and gave me a nose bleed but they didn’t show it as too graphic [sic].”

Kady’s fellow islander Olivia Buckland got involved in the discussion, writing: “Omg Kady this moment what the f even I’ll never cope [sic].”

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