Stephanie Davis wants to rekindle romance with Jeremy McConnell
- Bang Showbiz
- 1 April 2017
Stephanie Davis wants to give Jeremy McConnell a second chance, once he goes to rehab for alleged drug addiction
Stephanie Davis wants to give Jeremy McConnell a second chance.
Stephanie has claimed that her on/off boyfriend Jeremy - the father of her two-month-old son Caben - is checking into rehab for drug addiction and when he completes his treatment, she would like them to get back together.
She told OK! Online: "Once he's proved himself why can't people have a second chance?
"I would take a step back from the public eye. I don't want people to think I'm a walkover or I think that what's happened is acceptable - I don't condone his behaviour.
"Jeremy is a very troubled lad, he didn't have the best start in life with his mum, brother and sister dying and his dad dying recently. I think his dad just dying was a trigger and I said to him it's not acceptable but you need to find out why when these things happen you use that as your trigger and how to stop using it.
"You're not mentally right with it. I feel like he's done that to me, it's not because he doesn't love me, it's because he's totally in despair."
The couple - who got together last January after they met in the 'Celebrity Big Brother' house but split shortly afterwards following a series of blazing rows - rekindled their relationship a few weeks after their little one was born in January 2017.
However, the pair split again last month when Jeremy allegedly assaulted the 24-year-old actress while he was residing at her home in Liverpool.
The 27-year-old Irish model was taken into police custody at a Merseyside police station in North West England a few days after the alleged incident for questioning.
A spokesperson for the station said: "Following a report of an assault at an address in Stephenson Grove, Rainhill, a man has this morning (16.03.17) been arrested.
"A 27-year-old man from Liverpool city centre has been arrested on suspicion of assault and criminal damage after voluntarily attending a police station on Merseyside. He remains in police custody for questioning."
Jeremy was later released from custody but it's not yet known whether he was charged with assault and criminal damage.