Did TOWIE’s Amber Turner use Dan Edgar for a storyline?

Fans brand the relationship 'fake'

Amber Turner

by Ruby Norris |
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Amber Turner's certainly had a fair share of dramz since joining the cast of The Only Way Is Essex last month.

She split with her long-term boyfriend Jamie Reed, got caught up in a cheating scandal in Tenerife AKA TenerGRIEF and fell out with her gal pal Chloe Meadows over the whole Dan Edgar situation.

She'd also been seeing Dan since their holiday romance before cooling things off in last week's show.

But now fans have accused Amber of 'using' the TOWIE fitlord for more airtime and a better storyline on the show.

According to The Sun, a source revealed: "It’s really unfair what has happened to Dan and people can clearly see she used him for story lines.

"She’ll do anything to get more airtime and this time it has backfired.

"Dan is a nice guy and it’s not on that he’s treated like this."

Amber Turner and Dan Edgar

(Sidenote: If Dan needs a shoulder to cry on after all this agg, we're more than happy to offer our services.)

It was also recently revealed that Amber has been struggling with some of the negative comments she's been receiving from fans.

Another source told the newspaper: "Having her romance with Dan play out in the public eye has been very difficult for her.

Amber Turner and Dan Edgar

"She has no regrets about her relationship with Jamie ending – but she is struggling to deal with nasty comments from fans.

"This week has been especially difficult, with Amber even breaking down in tears as a result of the situation."

TOWIE continues on Wednesdays and Sundays at 10pm on ITVbe


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