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Love Island star Brett Staniland attacked with ‘homophobic abuse’ after mansion shut down

Brett Staniland, who made waves when he arrived at his Love Island villa last summer, finds it difficult to leave his home after returning home to the UK due to so much abuse he has received online .

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Former Love Island star Brett Staniland has shed light on the ‘gay abuse’ he endured after appearing on the show last summer.

The fashion model arrives at the mansion like a bomb in 2021, and his quirky fashion sense quickly makes many people whisper.

Although Brett became very popular with other Islanders shortly after his arrival, the same opinion does not appear to be shared with the public, who he claims attacked him with mistreatment when he left.

Brett only had his eye on medical student Priya Gopaldas when he first set foot in the villa, but after she claimed she had become ‘obese’ due to his quirky fashion sense, Brett had to blush when he returned to the UK where he was. constantly teased about her appearance.

The model, who also boasts a PhD in Biological Sciences and Applied Exercise, said he found it difficult to go out in public after appearing on the show due to a lot of abuse after returning home. about you.







Brett found it difficult to go out in public after appearing on the show due to so much abuse he received
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Brett said he found it very difficult to go out in public in the weeks after leaving the Love Island villa.

“There were a few bad situations in the parties I went to and a lot of homophobic abuse towards me,” he told The Sun.

The former Islander member went on to reveal that he finds it extremely difficult not to read bad things about him on social media as Love Island fans mock him relentlessly.







Brett has no regrets about being on the show – despite the abuse he received afterwards
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“They say don’t read or participate in negative stuff online, but it’s really hard to get out of it when it’s on Twitter, TikTok, Instagram and everywhere else,” Brett explains.

“Nothing prepares you for someone coming in front of you and calling you ac**t or af****t, it was really hard, but things are better now.

“But calling me gay would never offend me. It doesn’t affect me in the slightest. But when you choose words in a way that gays are considered wrong, that’s when I have a problem. with it.







The fashion model shared about her experience in the program
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Brett is known for her quirky style
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“Homophobia will no longer exist here,” he added.

Although Brett has endured a pretty tough time after leaving the show, he credits Love Island for giving him a platform to raise awareness of the social causes he’s in. trust – including mental health and sustainable fashion.

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