Gabby Allen finally breaks her silence over Marcel Somerville’s ‘cheating’

The pair have split

Gabby Allen and Marcel Somerville

by Alex Ross |
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Heartbroken Gabby Allen has broken her silence after her Love Island boyfriend Marcel Somerville was accused of 'cheating' on her whilst the pair were on holiday in Mexico in February.

The shocking news, which broke earlier this week, revealed text messages from Marcel to another girl asking her for 'day sex' whilst Gabby worked out at the hotel gym.

After previously deleting all trace of Marcel from her social media, Gabby has now thanked fans in an emotional statement posted to both Twitter and her Instagram Story. She wrote, 'Thank you to everyone for your kind messages, love and support. It's been a tough couple of days, i think i might be in a bit of shock! But i'm sure in time i will be ok. i have the best family and friends around me. I'm a lucky girl.' [sic]

After sharing the message, Gabby's friends and fans were quick to show her further support.

Love Island season two star Olivia Buckland wrote, 'My little angel pie. Mykonos soon xxxxxx', with a fan adding, 'I’ve just been through a similar thing 8 weeks ago hun after being married for 13 years. We both deserve better. Time to put yourself 1st 👍'. [sic]

Another then added, 'Am i hearing right. @marcel_rockyb cheated on you ? What the hell you two were so happy and loved up why would he want to ruin things ? This is so sad . Why are all couples from love island splitting up . Only camilla n jamie together. I hope.your ok gabs. Big hugs xxx'. [sic]

See all of the phrases that sum up Love Island 2017 below:

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Love Island 2017 - phrases

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100 my type on paper

Used by eventual winner Amber Davies almost every episode! We think she's got a 'type'.

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Muggy/Mugged off

Poor old Mike Thalassitis was often called 'Muggy' by his fellow Islanders. The word was used to describe someone who had deceived or disrespected one of their mates.

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I've got a TEXT!

The classic Love Island phrase used by Islanders when producers send a text to their phone to make them aware of an elimination or a task.

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When I was younger I used to be in the Blazin' Squad

Marcel couldn't wait to tell his fellow Islanders about his Blazin' Squad days. ud83dude02

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Stick it on him/her

"Stick it on him/her" was used by the Love Island 2017 cast when they were discussing flirting and sexual activity.

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Melt

One of the favourite words use by the cast of Love Island in 2017. Often used by the likes of Kem and Chris during discussions about the girls, the boys would say, "I'm acting like a total melt".

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Putting all my eggs in one basket

As the couples tried to pair up to stay on the show, many of them chose to stick with just one girl/boy, leading the newcomers to tell them they were "putting all of their eggs in one basket."

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What a sort

Often used by the Islanders to describe a physical attraction towards a girl or boy. Kem often described Amber as "a sort".

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Pied

Used to describe when somebody has been dumped or dismissed. Poor old Camilla was left 'pied' when Jonny dumped her for Tyla Carr.

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Salty

Often used to describe an Islander during a heated argument in the Love Island villa.

Despite Gabby's words, former Blazin' Squad member Marcel is yet to comment on the allegations, with his last tweet coming on the 28th April.

Marcel also still has a number of photos with Gabby on his Instagram feed, including this one which he posted just four days ago with the caption, 'Me and @gabbydawnallen at the @boohoo #stefflondon launch.' [sic]

The new drama all comes just a month before the fourth series of Love Island is set to hit our TV screens with host Caroline Flack.

Despite no official date being announced yet, speculation is suggesting it could start on Monday 4th June, with two trailer videos already being published.

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