Love Island's Gabby Allen accused of bitching behind Marcel's back

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 20 July 2017
Gabby Allen

Gabby Allen

Gabby Allen has been accused of using her boyfriend Marcel Somerville for fame

Love Island's Gabby Allen has been accused of "constantly bitching" about her boyfriend Marcel Somerville behind his back.

The blonde beauty and the former Blazing Squad star seemed to be the perfect couple after they struck up a relationship just days after they entered the famous abode last month, but it looks like things are set to come crumbling down any day now as Gabby has been accused of using the hunk for his popularity on the outside world.

Sam Gowland - who was dumped from the villa this week - said: "Gabby is playing on the fact that she knows Marcel is well liked. She watched the show before going in and knows that the public are on his side. It's the way she acts around him. Marcel will be talking when we're all at dinner and she's sat there pulling faces behind his back - she can be really bitchy towards him so I find her all a bit fake really."

Georgia Harrison - who left with her beau Sam - added to the Sun Online: "She has been caught out with Marcel and the girls - if you can be two-faced like that towards the girls then you can't trust that she's sincere about her feelings towards Marcel."

Gabby started to raise eyebrows last week when she said she didn't love Marcel as part of a group task and the lie detector machine confirmed she was telling the truth.

When the pair spoke about the lie detector later on in the show, she fumed: "You're so stupid, because you're making some point of nothing, you're ridiculous."

He replied: "We were having a conversation, I was midway through a sentence about something and I wasn't a priority to you at that current point."

To which she hit back: "Sorry if you were midway through a sentence. You know when you're at the dinner table and you ask if you can be excused, that's how it made me feel. It's made me feel like I have to ask if I can leave."

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