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Love Island will not be investigated by Ofcom following 2,600 complaints made after Dani Dyer was shown a clip of boyfriend Jack Fincham in...

Love Island will not be investigated by Ofcom despite 2,600 complaints over Dani Dyer clip

Love Island will not be investigated by Ofcom following 2,600 complaints made after Dani Dyer was shown a clip of boyfriend Jack Fincham in Casa Amor.

Dyer was sent a video of her boyfriend meeting up with his ex-girlfriend Ellie Jones when the villa was split in two earlier in the series.

In upsetting scenes, Dyer was seen inconsolable and sobbing in the Beach Hut after seeing the footage, prompting many viewers to complain that they had “purposely” upset Dyer for entertainment.

Around 2,600 unhappy viewers complained to the media watchdog – also pointing out ITV’2 failure to show her how Jack was sleeping alone and had declared his love for Dyer.

But Ofcom have now ruled that they will not be investigating the popular programme after accessing complaints.

A spokeswoman for the regulator said: “We carefully considered viewers’ concerns about the wellbeing of a female contestant on this established reality programme.

“While we understand her distress made for upsetting viewing, we consider that viewers are likely to expect emotionally charged scenes that have been engineered to test contestants’ relationships.”

Ofcom have also decided not to investigate heated scenes during which Rosie Williams and former beau Adam Collard clashed over his behaviour.

The scenes were criticised by fans and by charity Women’s Aid in the wake of their broadcast, with Collard later explaining why he was laughing on This Morning.

The regulator said: “We carefully considered viewers' concerns about the treatment of a female contestant by a male contestant on this established reality programme.

"While we appreciate this made for uncomfortable viewing for some people, we consider that viewers are likely to expect emotionally charged, confrontational scenes involving couples breaking up.”

Love Island continues Monday at 9pm on ITV2.