Stephanie Davis doesn't want son to grow up like Jeremy McConnell
- Bang Showbiz
- 24 July 2017
Stephanie Davis has hit out at her ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell and accused him of being a "drug addict."
Stephanie Davis is adamant her baby son won't grow up like his "drug addict" father.
The 24-year-old actress split from her on/off boyfriend Jeremy McConnell last month after they got into a physical spat that resulted in her being arrested on suspicion of grievously bodily harm but, although police have told them not to contact one another, she's determined her six-month-old boy Caben-Albi will turn out the "complete opposite" to the heavily-inked heartthrob because he's allegedly obsessed with drugs.
Taking to her Instagram account on Sunday (23.07.17) night, the brunette beauty said: "Just because his dad's a drug addict womanising waisted doesn't mean he will grow up like his father. Complete opposite of it has anything to do with me #slagscum (sic)."
The former 'Hollyoaks' star's outburst came under a picture she posted earlier that night of Caben and her own "idol" father Roy playing pool together.
She accompanied the picture, which sees Caben sitting on the table, with the caption: "What a shot his idol what a man my father is to look up too, what a man!!! SO proud to call him my dad #grandad #grandson couldn't be happier #mylads #ladsday (sic)."
Stephanie's post comes just weeks after she said she has had it with her volatile on/off relationship with the model and her only focus now is their son Caben.
She said recently: "Caben's my world, my absolute world, my pride and joy. If you asked J what time he was born how much he weighed he wouldn't know.
"For him to say in an interview that he wishes the mother of his son dead is disgusting.
"He has NO respect. I have no words and don't think Jeremy will EVER understand all his has done to me, and that's what hurts the most.
"I have Caben to think of now, I've done it before and I'll do it again - as long as my son is OK that is all I care about.
"What Jeremy has been telling me is love isn't love . The hardest thing for me is I've never got closure and I never will get it, I've just got to accept it and move on."
Jeremy spent six weeks in rehab earlier this year in a bid to beat his drug addiction.