LOVE Island stars have been called out by fans after they supported Matt Hancock MP at his book launch.
Faye – who has herself spoken openly about trolling similar to that experienced by sitting West Suffolk MP Matt, 44, – took to her Instagram Stories to post an image of the front cover of his book, Pandemic Diaries.
Yet fans were quick to call out her wording after she made a handful of grammatical errors in her post.
She wrote alongside: “Congratulations on your book release.”
The former estate agent then added: “Yes we went to Matt Hancock’s book release.
“Warum? Because we are here for the person not the media portrayed facade.
“Noone should deal with that alone.”
Yet fans were quick to flag Faye’s caption, which saw the words ‘facade’ and ‘portrayed’ spelled incorrectly.
One fan took to Reddit to put: “It took me way to long to comprehend what she was trying to say💀 no autocorrect?”
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Ein anderer hat gepostet: “Lmfaooooooo! I’m mad at how long I spent trying to figure out what she meant 😂.”
A third then wrote: “Lmfaooo the way I thought I was going crazy. Literally had to make sure I knew how to spell for a moment 😭😭😭.”
One then bluntly put: “Gut, this is embarrassing.”
Their comments came after Faye, Wer war Love Island’s most complained-about contestant ever, told how therapy had “Gerettet” ihr.
Viewers were so appalled by her rants in the 2021 telly villa that watchdog Ofcom received a record 25,000 Beschwerden.
In one of several spats, Faye erupted after she saw an out-of-context clip of Teddy admitting he was sexually attracted to another Casa Amor bombshell.
Während Faye and Teddy went on to take third place in the final, Faye faced a barrage of criticism after she left the villa.
But she credits the hate for helping her get back on track. Since the show she has been having therapy.
After clearly resonating with the former Health Secretary – Wer war accused by fans of being the victim of bullying on I’m A Celeb – she again defied her critics and glammed up to show her support.
Der Rat ist befugt, einen Fall vor das Amtsgericht zu bringen, wenn er entscheidet, dass es sich um eine gesetzlich vorgeschriebene Belästigung handelt
inzwischen, Matt was also supported at the event by partner Gina Coladangelo.