Stephanie Davis accuses Jeremy McConnell of being a drug addict
- Bang Showbiz
- 22 May 2016
Former 'Hollyoaks' actress Stephanie Davis has accused Jeremy McConnell of being a drug addict
Stephanie Davis has accused Jeremy McConnell of having a drug addiction.
The 23-year-old actress - who is involved in an on/off relationship with the TV star - has launched a Twitter tirade against Jeremy, claiming he has a drug problem and that he missed the first scan of their unborn baby.
She wrote: "U meet one person n wow! What they have been through, impact on ur life n how selfish others are... Wow #respect [sic]."
The blonde star - who met Jeremy on 'Celebrity Big Brother' - continued: "A lot of people think they have been through a lot little do they realise they need help and the only people...
"Who need there help are the ones who need there mortgage paying not who really care about a human [sic]."
Stephanie said the stress of the situation had made her depressed to the point of feeling suicidal.
She explained: "To the s**gs who from the past, u want me to not be here anymore as your press as well as being pregnant has made me suicidle [sic]."
The former 'Hollyoaks' actress then claimed to be pregnant with Jeremy's child, while also accusing her ex-boyfriend of having a drug problem and of being a "vile" person.
She wrote: "Yes I am pregnant yes Jeremy didn't turn up to the first scan and has a major addiction to drugs.
"Well done for finally ruining my life plus a vile human like Jeremy.Your one vile vile and needs rehanb. and that's not half.
"If you could only here the voice notes! Disgusting! His mother would be ashamed! Im done! Vile vile vile human.
"Or before the lies he's shown me to *love n trick me* and hurt me to convince his f***ed up head. Get him to rehab and he will thank me 1 day [sic].
"Untill then my family suffers like il collapse again with stress like he said wants nothing to do with us. Vile. Selfish. P***k.
"Im glad I have my loving family around me and for once nit running away to protect his evil ways! I'll ni longer stay silent or beat down [sic]."