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Prison officer reveals Friday prayers at a prison have been hijacked by drug dealers

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A prison officer revealed how Friday prayers at a young offenders institution have been overtaken by drugs, contraband and phones in Inside Prison: Britain Behind Bars.

Last night’s episode of the ITV show told how Deerbolt prison in County Durham houses over 100 practicing Muslim men aged between 18 to 24 – and offers prayers in a chapel every week. 

However, staff who worked there explained how prayers have recently been hijacked by violent offenders and drug dealers, who set out to wreak havoc in the service.

Violence Reduction officer Rick Martin said: ‘It’s quite a hairy situation. [There’s] A lot of people involved. Guys are trying to surge out the chapel, a lot of these guys are drug dealers. I work very closely with the Imam, to make it as decent and a space as we can.’

In last night's episode ITV's Inside Prison: Britain Behind Bars, staff at Deerbolt prison revealed they were struggling to manage drug dealers who were hijacking the weekly Muslim prayer service (pictured, inside the chapel)

In last night's episode ITV's Inside Prison: Britain Behind Bars, staff at Deerbolt prison revealed they were struggling to manage drug dealers who were hijacking the weekly Muslim prayer service (pictured, inside the chapel)

In last night’s episode ITV’s Inside Prison: Britain Behind Bars, staff at Deerbolt prison revealed they were struggling to manage drug dealers who were hijacking the weekly Muslim prayer service (pictured, inside the chapel)

In Deerbolt prison there are over 100 practicing Muslim men aged between 18 to 24. Pictured, one of the inmates

In Deerbolt prison there are over 100 practicing Muslim men aged between 18 to 24. Pictured, one of the inmates

In Deerbolt prison there are over 100 practicing Muslim men aged between 18 to 24. Pictured, one of the inmates

Miss Barclay, Custody Manager, who is tasked with keeping order, admitted it was hard to keep control of the young offenders.

‘What starts as play fighting can quite often turn into full scale violence,’ she explained. 

Every Friday, around 100 Muslim inmates congregate at the chapel to take part in Jamal prayers.

Immad Muhammad Meah, Head of Chaplancy, vocalised how vital the service was for inmates.

Pictured, a weekly Muslim prayer service at HMYOI Deerbolt in County Durham

Pictured, a weekly Muslim prayer service at HMYOI Deerbolt in County Durham

Pictured, a weekly Muslim prayer service at HMYOI Deerbolt in County Durham

Following weeks of violence and unrest, caused by the influx of drugs and mobile phone being smuggled in, a clamp was put in force. Pictured, Rick Martin with Imam

Following weeks of violence and unrest, caused by the influx of drugs and mobile phone being smuggled in, a clamp was put in force. Pictured, Rick Martin with Imam

Following weeks of violence and unrest, caused by the influx of drugs and mobile phone being smuggled in, a clamp was put in force. Pictured, Rick Martin with Imam

‘People come not to just take part in the prayers, they will come too for association,’ he said. ‘They will talk to each other and have a laugh at the same time. I have a responsibility of making sure everyone is safe in this area.’

However, it was revealed the safety had been threatened in recent weeks after a number of fights had broken out in the chapel between inmates – with some suspecting worshippers were exploiting the service to smuggle illicit items.

‘We have intelligence to suggest two guys have been paid to cause violence to create a distraction so another group can pass drugs and pass phones,’ said Violence Reduction Officer, Rick Martin.

The Imam added: ‘We look through all the CCTV, all the body camera footage, all the intelligence coming in.’

In the episode, it was revealed that Jonaid al Hassain was one of the prisoners causing chaos in the prayers

In the episode, it was revealed that Jonaid al Hassain was one of the prisoners causing chaos in the prayers

In the episode, it was revealed that Jonaid al Hassain was one of the prisoners causing chaos in the prayers

Speaking of his aims for weekly prayers, Imam said: 'My focus is to have split services. We want people to have access to weekly service in the most safe possible way'

Speaking of his aims for weekly prayers, Imam said: 'My focus is to have split services. We want people to have access to weekly service in the most safe possible way'

Speaking of his aims for weekly prayers, Imam said: ‘My focus is to have split services. We want people to have access to weekly service in the most safe possible way’

‘Anyone who may be part of the problem or creating a disturbance in Friday prayers – we will have to ban them.’ 

One prisoner who continued to cause chaos in the prayers was identified as Jonaid al Hassain.

The 25-year-old was serving time for drug related offences, but also found ways to ‘clean up’ inside, having accumulated £80 worth of shower gels in his cell.

His reputation as a wheeler dealer drew unwanted attention from prison security, leading him to be banned from Friday prayers.

‘They’re saying drugs are being passed, this is being passed – but they’re just presuming s***, before they even know what is going on,’ he explained. 

‘You’ve never caught anyone doing nothing. Looking for anyone to do anything. They let me go to work, they let me go gym, but they don’t let me go chapel? Don’t make no sense.’

He added: ‘Rules are made to be broken man. It’s a game in it. I play the game.’

‘Smart phones, little phones, drugs, spice, cocaine. Everything is available man. At a price. You’ve got to be two steps ahead in jail. They’ve tried to do sh** about it, but hey can’t. We’re just too clever for them man.’

One inmate who was found to be causing mischief said of the policies in place: 'Rules are made to be broken man. It's a game in it. I play the game.' Pictured, inmates

One inmate who was found to be causing mischief said of the policies in place: 'Rules are made to be broken man. It's a game in it. I play the game.' Pictured, inmates

One inmate who was found to be causing mischief said of the policies in place: ‘Rules are made to be broken man. It’s a game in it. I play the game.’ Pictured, inmates

Violence Reduction Officer Rick Martin told how the staff had intelligence to suggest two guys had been paid to cause violence to create a distraction so another group can pass drugs and pass phones (pictured)

Violence Reduction Officer Rick Martin told how the staff had intelligence to suggest two guys had been paid to cause violence to create a distraction so another group can pass drugs and pass phones (pictured)

Violence Reduction Officer Rick Martin told how the staff had intelligence to suggest two guys had been paid to cause violence to create a distraction so another group can pass drugs and pass phones (pictured)

The prison team introduced a metal detector into the entrance of chapel in order to scan the men before they enter the prayer room.

And Duty governor Flack spelled out the new safety plan to groups at Friday plans, saying: ‘If you don’t want to come to chapel, then you don’t have to. If you want to mess about, you’ll be removed.’

But the news doesn’t go down well, and another fight soon disrupted the prayers.  

‘We’ve had weeks and weeks and weeks of the disruption to the Muslim service,’ said police officer Nick Martin. ‘Nobody wants confrontation in a place of worship, but unfortunately sometimes it must be done.’

Later, Flack went to meet the Imam and asked him how certain men felt from being excluded from prayer.

‘They feel the prison can’t cater for their needs, they feel violated,’ he explained. ‘My focus is to have split services. We want people to have access to weekly service in the most safe possible way.’

Later, he told how he’d reviewed who could come to chapel and allowed Jonaid to return to prayer.

‘It’s important from a faith perspective to teach them about what is expected at chapel,’ he said. ‘I want people to pray, we want people to have access to prayer.’

The prison team introduced a metal detector into the entrance of chapel in order to scan the men before they enter the prayer room. Pictured, a prisoner

The prison team introduced a metal detector into the entrance of chapel in order to scan the men before they enter the prayer room. Pictured, a prisoner

The prison team introduced a metal detector into the entrance of chapel in order to scan the men before they enter the prayer room. Pictured, a prisoner

After reviewing who could come to chapel, the Imam (pictured with inmates) said: 'It's important from a faith perspective to teach them about what is expected at chapel'

After reviewing who could come to chapel, the Imam (pictured with inmates) said: 'It's important from a faith perspective to teach them about what is expected at chapel'

After reviewing who could come to chapel, the Imam (pictured with inmates) said: ‘It’s important from a faith perspective to teach them about what is expected at chapel’

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I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! stars will no longer eat live bugs in Bushtucker Trials

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Contestants will no longer be given live insects to eat during the Bushtucker trial on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!

Sources told MailOnline that ITV bosses have decided only to serve dead bugs during the infamous trial following campaigns against animal cruelty by charities, wildlife experts, and BBC’s Chris Packham.

Explaining their decision, they said: ‘No live critters will be eaten in the Bush Tucker Trials this year. 

Banned: I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! stars will no longer eat live bugs in Bushtucker Trials (pictured: Harry Redknapp holding bugs in his mouth)

Banned: I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! stars will no longer eat live bugs in Bushtucker Trials (pictured: Harry Redknapp holding bugs in his mouth)

Banned: I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! stars will no longer eat live bugs in Bushtucker Trials (pictured: Harry Redknapp holding bugs in his mouth)

‘Producers have taken a look at the Trials and decided that no live critters would be eaten in the Trials this year. 

‘They have been planning this for some time and actually last year beach worms were the only critters eaten live but this time around they’ve decided to implement the change fully and permanently.’

It is understood that though live bugs will not be eaten, ‘holding’ trials such as the one Harry Redknapp endured last year in which he had to hold live bugs in his mouth for a certain period of time will still take place.

Celebrities will also still be covered in bugs and critters, and they will also have to eat dead creepy crawlies during their time in the jungle.

Comment: ITV bosses have decided only to serve dead bugs, and said they've 'been planning this for some time' (pictured Ferne McCann eating live water spider in 2015)

Comment: ITV bosses have decided only to serve dead bugs, and said they've 'been planning this for some time' (pictured Ferne McCann eating live water spider in 2015)

Comment: ITV bosses have decided only to serve dead bugs, and said they’ve ‘been planning this for some time’ (pictured Ferne McCann eating live water spider in 2015)

Packham previously branded the killing of insects for the sake of entertainment as something out of the Middle Ages, and called for ITV to alter their attitude. 

During the 2015 series, Ferne McCann had to eat a live water spider which led to 1500 complaints being made to Ofcom.

While, in the following series, Scarlett Moffat had to eat a live beetle during one of the Bushtucker trials.

Still happening: It is understood that though live bugs will not be eaten, 'holding' trials will still take place, and celebrities can expect to be covered in bugs and critters on the show

Still happening: It is understood that though live bugs will not be eaten, 'holding' trials will still take place, and celebrities can expect to be covered in bugs and critters on the show

Still happening: It is understood that though live bugs will not be eaten, ‘holding’ trials will still take place, and celebrities can expect to be covered in bugs and critters on the show

On Saturday, The Sun reported that the campfire would be replaced by a gas stove as a result of the horrific bush fires raging across east Australia.

An ITV spokesman told the publication: ‘In light of the current situation in Australia, I’m A Celebrity will not feature an open camp fire.

‘Instead, campmates will cook their food and boil their water on a specially made gas stove.’

I’m A Celebrity kicks off on Sunday 17 November at 9pm on ITV. 

I’M A CELEBRITY… GET ME OUT OF HERE! Meet the Cast

Name: CAITLYN JENNER

Age: 70 

Claim to fame: Olympian and TV personality 

Phobias: None but like everyone, insects do gross me out.

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: To show I am exactly the same person as I have always been.

Role in the camp: To be there for everyone in the camp and to help with chores.

Miss most: My family, friends, house – everything!

Dream camper: Kanye West. ‘He is a good friend of mine and he’s good to have an intelligent and interesting conversation with.’

Missing any special occasion: Thanksgiving.

Relationship status: ‘I have lots of friends.’  

 

Name: IAN WRIGHT MBE

Age: 56 

Claim to fame: Broadcaster and former footballer 

Phobias: Some of those things [snakes, rats and creepy crawlies] will make me squirm but I will deal with them when I am in there!

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: I am going in as me and I am not going in to try to be anything different.

Role in the camp: Help out with all the activities.

Miss most: Aside from my family, football.

Dream camper: Someone who has knowledge and wisdom.

Missing any special occasion: Football punditry work commitments.

Relationship status: Married

Name: JACQUELINE JOSSA

Age: 27

Claim to fame: Soap star

Phobias: Insects, creatures, spiders – everything.

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: I think some people see me as a pushover or doormat – I am not.

Role in the camp: Shoulder to cry on.

Miss most: My children, husband, family and social media! 

Dream camper: Jamie Oliver would be wicked. He would be able to cook in the camp.

Missing any special occasion: No.

Relationship status: Married

 

Name: NADINE COYLE

Age: 34

Claim to fame: Pop star 

Phobias: Heights, rats, snakes – everything!

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: There’s nothing I can think of. This is so outside my comfort zone!

Role in the camp: Cook and someone who is there to help with chores.

Miss most: My daughter, Anaiya.

Dream camper: Nadiya Hussain – she would be great for cooking us meals.

Missing any special occasion: No.

Relationship status: Single

Name: KATE GARRAWAY

Age: 52

Claim to fame: TV and radio presenter

Phobias: Spiders, heights, being in a box covered with snakes – I am terrified of absolutely everything.

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: Nothing, I want to go in the Jungle and fly the flag for the older woman.

Role in the camp: Cooking for everyone.

Miss most: My family and not being able to check the news headlines about the latest Brexit developments.

Dream camper: The Queen – she would be the best campmate in the world!

Missing any special occasion: Lorraine Kelly’s 60th party and Richard Arnold’s 50th party!

Relationship status: Married

Name: JAMES HASKELL

Age: 34

Claim to fame: Ex England rugby player 

Phobias: I’m not going to tell you!

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: I’m going in the Jungle to have a fun time but I’ve always done this lad bravado kind of thing and actually I am really different.

Role in the camp: I will help around the camp with all the jobs.

Miss most: My wife, technology and not being able to read a book.

Dream camper: Idris Elba.

Missing any special occasion: No.

Relationship status: Married

Name: MYLES STEPHENSON

Age: 28

Claim to fame: Rak-Su singer

Phobias: Bugs and spiders – I have to get my family members to get rid of them for me!

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: Nothing. I am a pretty normal person. I even go to the shops in my PJs!

Role in the camp: Cook.

Miss most: My PlayStation. I love gaming!

Dream camper: Sir Elton John. I admire him so much and he’s a Watford boy too.

Missing any special occasion: No.

Relationship status: Single

Name ADELE ROBERTS

Age: 40

Claim to fame: Radio 1 DJ

Phobias: Spiders – I am so petrified!

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: I can’t think of any.

Role in the camp: Cleaner and I’ll set up a pretend radio studio in the camp to inject some fun.

Miss most: My girlfriend, family and music – a day doesn’t go by when I am not listening to it.

Dream camper: Rita Ora – she is amazing.

Missing any special occasion: My dad’s birthday and he doesn’t know yet that I am going in the Jungle!

Relationship status: Has a girlfriend. 

Name: ROMAN KEMP

Age: 26

Claim to fame: Capital Radio DJ

Phobias: Cotton wool and I won’t like trials in the dark.

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: I am always referred to as Martin Kemp’s son so it would be nice for everyone to get to know me a bit better.

Role in the camp: The person who will do all the jobs nobody wants to do.

Miss most: My parents and my girlfriend.

Dream camper: Thierry Henry – I am a massive Arsenal fan!

Missing any special occasion: Other than my breakfast show, Capital Radio’s Jingle Bell ball. I have never ever missed it before.

Relationship status: Dating 

Name: ANDREW MAXWELL

Age: 44

Claim to fame: Comedian

Phobias: I don’t like the look of any of those guys – the insects and creepy crawlies!

Biggest misconception you want to dispel in the Jungle: Nothing – I am just going to be myself.

Role in the camp: The person who cleans out the toilet every day and who collects the logs.

Miss most: My wife, children, beer and football.

Dream camper: Geoff Capes.

Missing any special occasion: Other than my stand-up gigs, no.

Relationship status: Married

 

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EXCLUSIVE Warwick Davis on fighting to raise awareness for dwarfism

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Warwick Davis has discussed his fight to raise awareness for dwarfism and the fact that ‘a portion of society remain cruel’ to disabled people. 

The Star Wars actor, 49, spoke candidly to MailOnline on Friday as he took on a unique work opportunity by working on the collection counter in Argos to mark the release of much-anticipated video game release, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

After founding the charity Little People UK with his wife Sammy, Warwick spoke of the importance of shedding light on the problems facing those with dwarfism, although he admitted thankfully that he has not faced much adversity.

The whole gang: Warwick Davis has discussed his fight to raise awareness for dwarfism and the fact that 'a portion of society remain cruel' to disabled people (pictured with his wife Sammy and their kids Annabelle, 22, and Harrison, 16)

The whole gang: Warwick Davis has discussed his fight to raise awareness for dwarfism and the fact that 'a portion of society remain cruel' to disabled people (pictured with his wife Sammy and their kids Annabelle, 22, and Harrison, 16)

The whole gang: Warwick Davis has discussed his fight to raise awareness for dwarfism and the fact that ‘a portion of society remain cruel’ to disabled people (pictured with his wife Sammy and their kids Annabelle, 22, and Harrison, 16)

Warwick, who has been married to Sammy since 1991, was born with an extremely rare condition called spondyloepiphyseal dysplasia congenita (SED), where the bone endings fail to form. It meant he never grew taller than 3ft 6in.

The actor and his wife, who has achondroplasia, a bone growth disorder that causes disproportionate dwarfism, founded the charity which focuses on education in parts – an element Warwick deals with by visiting schools and giving talks. 

He said: ‘I co-founded the charity 7 or 8 years ago and part of our work within the community is education and I deal with that side of it…

‘I go out to schools. Sometimes there’ll be a child at the school with dwarfism and sometimes there won’t. I talk about my life and career and answer questions… 

Hard at work: The Star Wars actor, 49, spoke candidly to MailOnline on Friday as he took on a unique work opportunity by working on the collection counter in Argos to mark the release of much-anticipated video game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Hard at work: The Star Wars actor, 49, spoke candidly to MailOnline on Friday as he took on a unique work opportunity by working on the collection counter in Argos to mark the release of much-anticipated video game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Hard at work: The Star Wars actor, 49, spoke candidly to MailOnline on Friday as he took on a unique work opportunity by working on the collection counter in Argos to mark the release of much-anticipated video game, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Founders: After founding the charity Little People UK with his wife Sammy, Warwick spoke of the importance of shedding light on the problems facing those with dwarfism, although he admitted thankfully that he has not faced much adversity

Founders: After founding the charity Little People UK with his wife Sammy, Warwick spoke of the importance of shedding light on the problems facing those with dwarfism, although he admitted thankfully that he has not faced much adversity

Founders: After founding the charity Little People UK with his wife Sammy, Warwick spoke of the importance of shedding light on the problems facing those with dwarfism, although he admitted thankfully that he has not faced much adversity

‘They have no filter on their questions. They’re very blunt – how much do you earn and what’s it like to be famous. They’re obsessed with it…

‘I remind them me being well known is a result of me being successful so I tell them you could be famous but don’t just try for the fame try for success.’

On the focus on their charity, he said: ‘We try and raise awareness for dwarfism but people say we’re aware of people with dwarfism but I don’t think people understand how challenging it is for some people in society today…

Working hard: On the focus on their charity, he said: 'We try and raise awareness for dwarfism but people say we're aware of people with dwarfism but I don't think people understand how challenging it is for some people in society today'

Working hard: On the focus on their charity, he said: 'We try and raise awareness for dwarfism but people say we're aware of people with dwarfism but I don't think people understand how challenging it is for some people in society today'

Working hard: On the focus on their charity, he said: ‘We try and raise awareness for dwarfism but people say we’re aware of people with dwarfism but I don’t think people understand how challenging it is for some people in society today’

‘We try and think of it in a world where we’re more accepting and understanding and yes there is a portion of society that’s like that but there is a portion of society who are still not accepting and quite cruel. 

Warwick discussed the heartbreaking truth that some of this cruel segment of society go as far as taking pictures of those with dwarfism and posting on social media. 

He said: ‘With the advent of cellphones, some of our community – some people take pictures of them – like a drive-by photo and then people post them on their social media with humorous comments…

‘That to an individual, it’s very difficult to build their confidence and it’s important that these issues are highlighted to society and to make people think about their actions. I’ve got a bit heavy here!’

Unkind: Warwick discussed the heartbreaking truth that some of this cruel segment of society go as far as taking pictures of those with dwarfism and posting on social media

Unkind: Warwick discussed the heartbreaking truth that some of this cruel segment of society go as far as taking pictures of those with dwarfism and posting on social media

Unkind: Warwick discussed the heartbreaking truth that some of this cruel segment of society go as far as taking pictures of those with dwarfism and posting on social media

He admits he has not faced trolling himself and fights to make social media a positive place and avoid negativity. 

He said: ‘I haven’t experienced any trolling and everything is light and jolly on my socials. I’m not political and I think it’s important that we enjoy life and your social media should be like when you meet up with friends in the pub…

‘It’s important to keep things lighthearted. Some of the things that take place you wouldnt say those things in a room with people.’

Warwick’s chat with MailOnline came as he was working on the collection counter at Argos ahead of the launch of the new Star Wars film.  

The star, who famously played Ewok Wicket in Return of the Jedi, sported an Argos uniform and name badge to help manage the R2-D-queue of excited customers attempting to get their hands on the new game. 

Shock: He admits he has not faced trolling himself and fights to make social media a positive place and avoid negativity

Shock: He admits he has not faced trolling himself and fights to make social media a positive place and avoid negativity

Shock: He admits he has not faced trolling himself and fights to make social media a positive place and avoid negativity

Peter Wray, Senior Gaming Buyer at Argos, said: ‘There was no better way to celebrate one of the biggest video game launches of 2019 than having Star Wars acting legend Warwick Davis behind the counter in our store today…

‘Warwick’s doing a stellar job in his new role and we hope fans have a blast meeting their hero while they pick up the game. With customer service skills that are out of this world, Warwick’s a contender for colleague of the month!’ 

Warwick said: ‘I’ve always loved Argos, their catalogues, and the magical way the stuff I’ve bought materialises on an adjacent counter.

‘It was brilliant to have the chance to go behind the scenes and see how it all happens. I also had fun interacting with customers and Star Wars fans eager to get their hands on all the latest Star Wars products.’

The long-awaited game is available to purchase from Friday 15 November as on PS4 and Xbox or as part of the Xbox One S or Xbox One X Star Wars bundles. 

Working hard: Warwick's chat with MailOnline came as he was working on the collection counter at Argos ahead of the launch of the new Star Wars film

Working hard: Warwick's chat with MailOnline came as he was working on the collection counter at Argos ahead of the launch of the new Star Wars film

Working hard: Warwick’s chat with MailOnline came as he was working on the collection counter at Argos ahead of the launch of the new Star Wars film

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Love Island Australia’s Cynthia doesn’t think Aaron is using her for fame

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Love Island Australia’s Cynthia Taylu is determined to continue her relationship with Aaron Shaw, despite claims that he was only using her for fame.

Speaking to 9Now, Cynthia said that Aaron’s acting and modelling ambitions aren’t a concern, and neither is the fact that he appeared on Channel Seven’s reality show The Proposal before joining Love Island. 

‘So far I don’t see any red flags,’ the 23-year-old said, adding that Aaron is ‘a hundred per cent genuine’ in his intentions.

'He's a hundred per cent genuine': Love Island Australia's Cynthia Taylu is determined to continue her relationship with Aaron Shaw, despite claims that he was only using her for fame

'He's a hundred per cent genuine': Love Island Australia's Cynthia Taylu is determined to continue her relationship with Aaron Shaw, despite claims that he was only using her for fame

‘He’s a hundred per cent genuine’: Love Island Australia’s Cynthia Taylu is determined to continue her relationship with Aaron Shaw, despite claims that he was only using her for fame

‘I would never hold that against anyone that they were on another show,’ she continued.

‘I just based my opinion on him in regard to how he treated me and interacted with everyone. He was so popular with all the girls.

‘At the end of the day he does want to do photography and acting and whatnot, but that doesn’t mean he’s someone that’s fake or not being real.’

Although Aaron is based on the Gold Coast and Cynthia is in Brisbane, the couple have already made plans to see each other.

'I just based my opinion on him in regard to how he treated me and interacted with everyone,' she told 9Now this week

'I just based my opinion on him in regard to how he treated me and interacted with everyone,' she told 9Now this week

‘I just based my opinion on him in regard to how he treated me and interacted with everyone,’ she told 9Now this week

Ousted Love Island stars Luke Packham and Cassie Lansdell claimed last week that Aaron may have been using Cynthia to win the series.

During an appearance on The Kyle and Jackie O Show last Wednesday, Luke said that former solider Aaron was ‘keen on the blonde’ islanders like Jessie Wynter and Biannca Rose when he first arrived to the villa as an intruder.

‘He was really keen on the blondes,’ the 26-year-old said. I don’t think they really gave him a chance. He saw that Cynthia took a liking to him so he went straight over there.’

'I would never hold that against anyone that they were on another show': Aaron got engaged to hairdresser Selina Chhaur on Channel Seven's short-lived reality show The Proposal this year

'I would never hold that against anyone that they were on another show': Aaron got engaged to hairdresser Selina Chhaur on Channel Seven's short-lived reality show The Proposal this year

‘I would never hold that against anyone that they were on another show’: Aaron got engaged to hairdresser Selina Chhaur on Channel Seven’s short-lived reality show The Proposal this year

Bombshell: Ousted Love Island stars Luke Packham and Cassie Lansdell claimed last week that Aaron may have been using Cynthia to win the series

Bombshell: Ousted Love Island stars Luke Packham and Cassie Lansdell claimed last week that Aaron may have been using Cynthia to win the series

Bombshell: Ousted Love Island stars Luke Packham and Cassie Lansdell claimed last week that Aaron may have been using Cynthia to win the series

Cassie agreed, revealing she doesn’t think ‘Aaron is the guy for her.’ 

Before appearing on Love Island, Aaron starred on Channel Seven’s short-lived dating series The Proposal.

He got engaged to hairdresser Selina Chhaur on the show, but the pair broke up shortly after filming.

Aaron is currently listed as an ‘actor, extra, model, and influencer’ on his Star Now profile.

Uh oh! Luke said that former solider Aaron was 'keen on the blonde' islanders like Jessie Wynter (R) and Biannca Rose (L) when he first arrived to the villa as an intruder

Uh oh! Luke said that former solider Aaron was 'keen on the blonde' islanders like Jessie Wynter (R) and Biannca Rose (L) when he first arrived to the villa as an intruder

Uh oh! Luke said that former solider Aaron was ‘keen on the blonde’ islanders like Jessie Wynter (R) and Biannca Rose (L) when he first arrived to the villa as an intruder

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