ROSIE HAD A rough ol’ ride during her time on Love Island.
Before Rosie gets her phone back later today I just want to say a massive thank you for all of the love and support she’s had during her time in the Villa. It’s been lovely to read all of the comments and messages and see the effort people have put in to fan pages for her! She is going to be so overwhelmed when she sees it all and will be so happy and grateful! Massive love to you all 😘❤️ #loveisland #loveisland2018 #loveislandrosie #teamrosie
The reality star left the villa this week after her coupling with fellow contestant Adam Collard came to tumultuous end, with some calling his behaviour towards Rosie “emotionally abusive”.
The domestic violence charity Women’s Aid commended her for calling out his behaviour.
The 25-year-old revealed that the show bosses are taking great care of her saying: “They have been making sure I am OK,” even going so far as to give her 24/7 access to a psychologist.
She told The Daily Star Sunday: “The support is constantly there. As everyone saw, I went on an emotional rollercoaster – and a lot of what happened wasn’t on TV.
Everyone at Love Island has said if I need anything for the rest of my life, they’re just a phone call away. I have their numbers and I will never be afraid to ring them.”
Adam’s family have spoken out in the defence of the 22-year-old, telling viewers to “remember that it is a reality game show and everyone only sees one hour of edited footage per night.”
The comments come after the death of former Love Island contestant Sophie Gradon following her battle with depression.
DailyEdge is on Instagram!