Love Island’s Jacques breaks silence on Tasha and Remi bullying rows with heartfelt apology
LOVE Island’s Jacques O’Neill has issued a heartfelt apology after being caught up in bullying rows with Tasha Ghouri and Remi Lambert.
Yesterday Love Island bosses were forced to deny Jacques, 23, was booted out of the villa for mocking deaf Tasha.
He was also accused of bullying Tasha with his comments as he watched the final from home.
In a statement posted on his Instagram story, rugby player Jacques said: “I just want to acknowledge the situation that’s happening right now and apologise if my behaviour has caused offence or been misinterpreted over the last few weeks.
“I genuinely have no bad feelings towards anyone and I’ve not meant for anything to come across that way at all.
“It was not my intention and I’m genuinely sorry if it has.”
Jacques continued: “Life has been very overwhelming recently and admittedly I’ve probably not handled myself in the best possible way. I take full responsibility for my actions.
“I’m aware that I’m far from perfect and that there is work that needs to be done on myself.”
Jacques then revealed he is in therapy and had his first session this week, but insisted he is not looking for sympathy.
Bombshell Remi also previously blasted Jacques as a “bully” and insisted he made his time in the villa “s***”.