Love Island's Chloe Burrows breaks silence over romance with married dad – insisting she dumped him when she found out
LOVE Island star Chloe Burrows has broken her silence over her romance with a married dad.
The 25-year-old marketing expert sparked uproar when she said: "I am partial to a married man. I did meet someone at work."
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She added in a promo for the show: "I thought it was love at first sight – until my manager reminded me of his wife and kids. Doesn’t mean I don’t drunk-call him most weekends.”
Asked about the claims by The Sun before she headed into the villa Chloe said she "dumped" the bloke on the spot when she found out he was married.
She insisted: "I didn't have an affair – it's been taken out of context.
"I met someone at work and obviously really got in my feels about them, I thought they were absolutely fantastic.
"Then I found out he was married and had kids. Obviously I was like: 'What the F…?' Then I dumped him because I was like: 'What the hell?'"
Chloe added: "It was not like: 'Yeah, give me a married man.' Absolutely not. I don't want a married man.
"I don't want anyone with a boyfriend, I don't want a boy who fancies someone else."
Challenged over her claim she rings her married ex most weekends – even after finding out he was married – Chloe said: "Not most weekends" before adding: "He didn't answer."
She explained that she didn't let the bloke know she was going into Love Island saying: "I didn't tell anyone, but I wouldn't tell him anyway."
And she insisted that girls should trust her around their men saying: "There is a girl code. If they're coupled up, they're coupled up for a reason.
"Why would I think I could slide in? Boys are all over a girl – that would put me off them.
"I don't know if that's the same for everyone – but I wouldn't want to see that."
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She also said viewers shouldn't expect any X-rated antics from her, telling us she won't be a "raunchy little madam".
She said her nan and grandad would be watching, adding: "I'm going to behave myself – I'm a lady at the end of the day so I have to behave like a lady."
Love Island returns to ITV2 on Monday at 9pm.
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