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Montana Brown labels BFF Camilla Thurlow 'draining' on Love Island

Camilla Thurlow admitted she doesn't feel good enough for Jamie Jewitt as the lie detector test made the villa more than a little emotional.

Montana Brown was criticised by fans after labelling friend Camilla Thurlow "draining" on Tuesday night's (18Jul17) Love Island.

The 21-year-old has been incredibly close to bomb disposal expert Camilla since they first entered the Mallorcan villa. However, as Camilla struggled with her insecurities to do with dating Calvin Klein model Jamie Jewitt, Montana told Georgia Harrison she was finding her pal hard to deal with.

"I'm losing my temper with Camilla, I'm finding it f**king hard," Montana explained. "Being close with her is quite draining, she's someone that needs picking up. She's very sensitive compared to the average person."

She then revealed she had been distancing herself from Camilla in recent days, telling Georgia: "I've had to take some steps back from her which is such a shame."

Viewers were left unimpressed by Montana's remarks, with one writing: "Montana is showing her true colours! Thought she was a genuine friend to Camilla."

Another added: "Montana sits on her throne of superiority attacking everyones (sic) relationships & now Camilla's insecurities? Check yourself."

Montana's late-night chat with Georgia came after Camilla's failing on one aspect of a lie detector test, when she was asked whether or not she thought she and Jamie were compatible, caused problems.

While Camilla answered yes, the word "fail" flashed up on the screen, which the pretty blonde explained later in the Beach Hut as she said: "The sad fact is I know exactly why I and Jamie are not compatible, and it’s because I don’t think I'm good enough for him.

"I know we’re compatible and we have so much in common, I know how amazing he is. But part of me is thinking I can’t keep up."

She then addressed her concerns with Jamie, who told her it was "ludicrous" she was feeling like that.

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