The 29-year-old, who famously dumped Jordan Hames in the villa after he made moves on new girl India Reynolds, said she makes so much money, her mum has given up work.
Speaking to new! magazine, Anna said the show has changed her life and she's taking full advantage of the benefits from appearing on the show.
She confessed, “It's changed [life] for the better.
“I'm very grateful for all of the things that have come my way, but the best thing about it is my mum doesn't have to work anymore. There have definitely been more ups than downs."
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Amy is the 26-year-old Islander from Sussex who has never had a boyfriend before.She worked as an air hostess and cabin crew manager for British Airways for eight years.On launch night, Amy announced on Instagram that she had left her old job to "start a new adventure."Amy has also taken part in beauty pageants and was crowned Miss United Kingdom in the Miss Beautiful International Pageant in 2017.
After revealing how she can help fund her mum's new life, Anna, who has just launched a shoe collection with her sister Mandi, opnely discussed how she's been dealing with trolling.
She told OK! magazine, "We all get it. Sometimes I'll message Amy [Hart] and Amy will send me a message saying 'ignore it'. We all support each other when it comes to things like that."
Admitting she's been called a "terrorist" because of her Iranian roots, she went on to say, "I've got a good support system around me so I just ignore it, my sister especially brings me up every time that I'm down."
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"Everything these trolls write is shocking really, they'll just write anything. They're trolls for a reason"
Anna then went on to reinforce how she still speaks to her cast mates, despite reports that she'd said, "Let me tell you that WhatsApp group is not active at all because there are loads of people in there who don't like each other.
"I can't say, I think it's obvious from watching Love Island who doesn't like each other."
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Anna set the record straight, confirming, "Everyone's so busy at the moment with their work, a lot of people live all over England so it's really hard to stay in contact."
"It's nothing personal. Some people don't get on from inside the villa, which if you watched the show then you know that some people don't get on, and that's just continued since they've got out."
We're glad they've all remained friend... but we are living for the drama.