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Love Island star Amber’s family deactivates her Twitter account because she’s the target of trolls

Love Island’s Amber Beckford was recently thrown from the mansion and has now had her Twitter account deactivated by her family after being harassed by ‘evil’ guys

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Love Island’s Ikenna and Amber fly home after being stoned

Love Island star Amber Beckford has her Twitter account deactivated by family and friends for “vile” trolls.

The 24-year-old – who left the villa with Ikenna Ekwonna on Tuesday’s episode – has received numerous harassing comments online during her time on the show.

Amber’s family has now released a statement explaining the decision to remove her from the social media site.

On Amber’s Instagram Story, they wrote: “Hi all, Amber’s time at the villa is over. We’ve received some lovely comments and messages and thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”

“However, most of you are probably aware of some of the vile tweets, messages and posts written about Amber. To Amber’s family and friends, this has been extremely subtle and at times sickening. “, they added.







Amber Beckford’s family explains their decision on Instagram
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Amber flew home with Ikenna Ekwonna
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The statement continued: “We don’t want to have to post something like this, but please remember that bullying someone for more than an hour of a TV show is damaging.

“Bullying and negative comments can be extremely harmful to someone’s mental health and sometimes in worse cases can be fatal.”

Amber’s family and friends added that they “will not take sides with bullying and harassment”.

They said: “For this reason, we have unfortunately decided to deactivate Amber’s twitter before she gets home to protect her mental health.







Amber and Ikenna were voted as the least popular islanders
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“This has been a decision made by Amber’s close friends and family as it has been extremely difficult for her family and friends, and we still want to make this an exciting time for Amber. ; is not a negative thing.”

Amber’s family would like to thank everyone who has shown love to the London nanny and supported her on her journey.

They ended the statement by saying: “We wish Amber’s new friends the best of luck in the Villa and will continue to support them, please remember to be kind to them; they’re just human too.

“If you don’t have something nice to say, keep it to yourself.”







Amber then returned to Instagram to post a bikini photo of herself
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Back in 2021, ITV bosses put in place strict caregiving procedures ahead of series seven of the dating show after several stars battled mental health issues.

Past contestants Sophie Gradon and Mike Thalassitis, as well as previous showrunner Caroline Flack, sadly took their own lives.

The aftercare service includes candidates who receive individual training in social media etiquette, financial advice and adjusting to life at home.

Islanders will also be provided with a minimum of eight therapy sessions post-program and maintain contact with ITV for 14 months after the series with additional conditions provided if applicable.

Love Island airs on ITV2 at 9 pm.

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