Dani Dyer says she’ll never do another reality TV series with Jack Fincham after his cocaine shame

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DANI Dyer has said she will NEVER do another reality TV series with her drug-shame boyfriend Jack Fincham.

The 23-year-old was responding to a fan who begged her to “do another programme” with the pen mogul when she insisted: “We won’t ever be doing another show again.”

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Dani insisted we won’t be seeing her and Jack on our screens again[/caption]

She added: “Too many opinions and judgements. Keeping everything to ourselves from now on💓.”

Dani earlier said she was “sick” of people judging her and her family in the wake of the row, which saw Jack confess to snorting cocaine on a night out.

The 27-year-old took the drug at a wild party on Saturday night – while Dani was in Africa ahead of her Mount Kilimanjaro trek for Comic Relief.

Jack, who had been boozing with fellow Love Island stars Adam Collard and Sam Bird at a hotel party in Maidstone, Kent, blamed his newfound fame for his behaviour.

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The pair had their own ITVBe show called Life After Love Island[/caption]

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The pair became TV royalty thanks to their time on Love Island[/caption]

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Dani said she’d had enough of people’s ‘opinions and judgements’[/caption]

He told The Sun: “I’m in a new world of partying and stuff, and being in circles that I would never normally have been in.

“But I went out all night, I was drinking and I just got carried away and made a stupid, stupid mistake which I wish I’d never done, you know. I regret it.”

However, Dani has hit out at the suggestion that her EastEnders star dad Danny or the rest of her family had turned on Jack.

She earlier told fans: “MY family have done nothing but always love and support jack through good times and bad.

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Dani and Jack hosted at the National Television Awards last month[/caption]

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Dan insisted that her family love and support Jack[/caption]


“So don’t send me messages and judge something you know nothing about!”

Danny himself opened up about his own drug-taking past in an explosive interview where he admitted smoking crack the night before appearing in a play.

He told the i newspaper: “I had no hope, I hated myself, couldn’t look in the mirror for more than five seconds. It just repulsed me, what was looking back.

“I was just pressing the ‘f*** it’ button all the time. It got to a point where I thought I was going to die – I don’t think I’m going to wake up.”

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