Dani Dyer denies ongoing cheating claims as she’s accused of liking ex Sammy Kimmence’s photos

Jack and Dani won Love Island 2018

Dani Dyer

by Anna Sky Hulton |

Despite winning Love Island 2018 and staying together for many months, just a few weeks ago, Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham left many of their loyal fans upset, when they went their separate ways. Now, a month after publicly splitting, Dani has slammed cheating claims, after it had been rumoured she cheated on Jack Fincham with her ex Sammy Kimmence.

Responding a user on Twitter who accused her of 'pretending to love jack', [sic] while she, 'still loved' her ex, Dani replied saying, 'You know nothing. Please put your story away'.

Dani and Jack won Love Island in 2018 and were very much in together for many months, even moving in together, however late last month, the couple announced they'd split, with Jack's revealing in an Instagram Story the couple 'aren't meant to be.'

Jack said, "There is no easy way to say this and it isn't going to be an easy time but me and Dani are not in a relationship anymore.

"We will always care a lot for each other and I mean that from the bottom of my heart and I wish her nothing but happiness."

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Days after splitting, the pair then unfollowed each other on Instagram and Dani later slammed the publicity stunt claims. Speaking to HuffPost UK in her first public appearance since the break-up, Dani explained that there would never be a 'right time' for the split.

She said, "It’s just one of them things, it didn’t work out. There’s going to be a lot of stuff going on about it, but it’ll be fine.

"I wish all the best for Jack, it just didn’t work out."

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