June 17, 2019

Sherif Lanre leaves Love Island after 'breaking rules'

12 June 2019, 03:24 | Elsie Buchanan

Sherif Lanre has left Love Island villa after breaking rules - 'I regret that I didn't conduct myself in the right way'

BREAKING: Sherif has left the Love Island villa

Wes Nelson thinks he knows why Sherif was kicked off Love Island 2019 as the rumours mill has well and truly kicked into overdrive- and he says it was most likely for "scrapping" as there's a zero tolerance policy to any type of violence by the show's producers.

However, despite trying his best to win her over, Anna made a decision to couple up with Sherif - but she'll now be left single.

However, ITV has now confirmed that the messages are not real with a spokesperson telling us: "We have checked and these messages did not come from Sherif".

Earlier today, it was announced that Love Island's Sherif Lanre had been axed from the villa after breaking show rules, and his exit has now been addressed on the show - albeit a little minimally.

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Nobody knows for sure why Sherif has been kicked off Love Island.

The 20-year-old chef described the situation as a "case of poor judgment" and agreed that it was best for him to leave the show.

"I regret that I didn't conduct myself in the right way and, as a 20-year-old guy, it's something I know I will take on board and learn from", Sheriff also added to his statement.

'I really enjoyed my time in the villa and look forward to catching up with everyone on the outside'.

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A source told the paper: "He's been refusing to get up and take part in chats with the others and said he didn't like any of them".

Sherif was reportedly spending "a lot of time alone".

Another posted: "Was it just me or was Sherif just not in that episode?"

While neither party was specific about which rule Lanre broke, some of the rules in contestants' code of conduct include no smoking, no sexual aggression or sexual activity without explicit mutual consent, no racist behaviour, no masturbation, no appearing nude, no excessive drinking and no use of personal mobile phones.

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