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.”
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.
The pair had their own ITVBe show called Life After Love Island[/caption]
The pair became TV royalty thanks to their time on Love Island[/caption]
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.
Dani and Jack hosted at the National Television Awards last month[/caption]
Dan insisted that her family love and support Jack[/caption]
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“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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