Stephanie Davis slams Jeremy McConnell in fresh Twitter row
Stephanie Davis has since deleted the posts but left a message up telling her fans she's emotionally drained.
Stephanie Davis has once again aired her dirty laundry on Twitter with a rant about ex Jeremy McConnell.
The saga continues for the reality TV stars, who embarked on a tempestuous relationship after meeting on Celebrity Big Brother in January, 2016, while Stephanie was still dating model Sam Reece.
They welcomed son Caben-Albi in January (17), and despite initially questioning his paternity when Stephanie announced the pregnancy, Jeremy has seemed to take to fatherhood.
However, after Stephanie recently uploaded photos of her bruised and battered legs on social media, it was reported Jeremy was being investigated by police over allegations he assaulted his ex-girlfriend.
Now Stephanie has let rip at her ex in a series of now-deleted tweets.
“Jeremy knows he’s done wrong. To do what he did to the mother of his child, he knows (it) isn’t right,” she posted. “U can’t help someone who doesn’t want to be helped. I have done all I can regardless what has been thrown in my face.
"You can only turn your life around when you want to be saved and be better for your self if not, live ur own vile selfish life & be unhappy (sic).”
She claimed Jeremy has blocked her on Twitter because of his severe paranoia, but she stated she still loves him and "u can't help someone who needs to help them selfs (sic)! I will always be there for Jeremy. But he now needs to help himself.”
After removing the posts from her account, former Hollyoaks actress Stephanie, 24, simply left a message telling her followers she was “emotionally and mentally drained”.
“Time for a change. Madness how much u (sic) can help someone to just have it thrown back in your face,” she continued. “Thanks for all the support.”
Jeremy, who recently lost his father and aunt only days apart, has reportedly been dropped from the next series of MTV show Ex on the Beach after being accused of assaulting Stephanie.
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