Amber Gill and the sister of Love Island star Luca Bish appeared to get into a row on social media after Amber slammed the contestant’s recent behaviour on the show.

Amber, 24, criticised Luca, 23, and Dami Hope for their “bullying” attitudes towards Tasha Ghouri in the latest episode, as the pair both pied her in a game and bashed her verbally.

On Twitter, Amber wrote: “Tasha thought Luca was her best mate????????? Luca is public enemy no1 equal with Dami #loveisland.”

She also retweeted a fan’s comment, which read: “Luca and Dami have turned this season into Bully Island and have sucked all the fun out of it. It's just uncomfortable to watch.”

Amber went on to claim that Luca’s sister Claudia Bish had jumped on her Instagram live and addressed her comments, which allegedly subsequently leading trolls to send her “death threats”.

The former Island winner confronted the situation as she tweeted: “Luca's sister came on my live?? I don't why cos I'd say exactly the same regardless of anything. I'd say it to his face too xxx.

“It was really sad because after her comments on my live people started sending me death threats so it's just a vicious circle you can't control crazy people wanting to hate I understand she's upset and I hate that but all my tweets are comedy only.


She continued: “I gave his family no stick. She came onto my live when I wasn't even talking about love island. They shouldn't look at my tweets as it's all hyperbole that's my sense of humour I don't genuinely dislike anyone on the show and it's never that deep.”

The online row comes as Luca’s Twitter account seem to have been deleted.

Claudia, who handles her brother’s account currently, addressed his behaviour earlier this week, issuing a statement after Luca's reaction to the Movie Night clips.

A response written on Instagram Stories said: “I want to apologise on behalf of Luca for his insensitive reaction on last night’s episode. I know that when he watches it back, he will be embarrassed and deeply apologetic.”

The post went on to expose trolls who had sent the family “death threats” and thanked fans for their support.

Amber had also criticised the rest of the boys following Movie Night, slamming them for cheering on their Casa Amor antics which were revealed to the girls onscreen.

She said: “It's actually not normal to laugh like that at other people hurting. Those boys are weird.”

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