A LOVE Island feud has been reignited as an Islander slammed her co-stars and left the group chat.
The TV favourite – who caused a stir when she entered the villa as a Casa Amor girl – received support from the likes of popstar Jesy Nelson after the vile trolling she received.
She’s now hit out at her co-stars in a new podcast, and admitted she left the group chat.
The brunette beauty explained: “I feel like a lot of people turned against me after the show for no reason who I feel like personally I was helping.”
She was then asked by podcast host Saffron Barker whether she thought people turned against her because of public opinion.
Continuing to talk on the Sex, Lies and DM Slides podcast, Coco added: “Potentially or they just wanted a bit of clout or whatever and wanted news articles or something.
“People started picking things. I don’t think personally I’d done anything wrong and I felt like after that I would only associate myself with people who are genuine and actually who I can see myself being friends with in five years time.”
Coco appeared alongside co-star Cheyanne Kerr on the podcast, who also entered the show during the Casa Amor segment.
Coco said she’s “still friends” with Cheyanne, but said she “can’t fake it” with the others.
The star was left in tears after vicious keyboard warriors called her a “uomo” while holidaying with fellow Casa Amor bombshell Cheyanne.
Speaking exclusively to The Sun about the online abuse at the time, Coco said: “I’m kind of numb to it all now.
“They just say stuff about the way I look – I haven’t actually had a chance to sit there and think ‘that was so ‘f***** up what I went through’.”
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Coco revealed: “Jesy Nelson slipped into my DMs – not in a romantic way.
“She was just saying that she was there if I need support if I needed if because of the trolling.
“It was so nice, what an amazing woman – at first I thought it was a fake account.”
“She told me that I was beautiful and to not let what’s happened stop me from being me, and if I ever needed to rant then she was there,” she said at Ekin-Su’s Oh Polly launch.