Love Island facing Ofcom complaints after furious fans slam ‘controlling’ Connor – The Sun

LOVE Island is facing more Ofcom complaints after furious fans slammed Connor Durman’s “controlling” behaviour of Sophie Piper.

During last night’s show the coffee bean salesman came under fire from viewers as he lost his temper with Rochelle’s sister for a second time.

Unimpressed by his behaviour, 13 members of the public complained to the broadcasting regulator and hundreds more expressed their opinion on social media.

Connor’s temper erupted after he spied Sophie with her hands in the air and a big smile on her face when it was announced two new boys are joining the villa.

Unable to let it go, Connor pulled Sophie for a chat – and it ended with him storming off in a huff.

Tweeting about the moment one person said: "Connor is giving me all the psycho vibes, so controlling #Loveisland."

Another added: "Connor is a control freak warning signals from the start with him #getinthebin #LoveIsland."

Someone else joked: "Connor is a psycho! he will use those teeth to bite her as punishment in her sleep! #loveisland."

The 25-year-old had previously snapped PA Sophie over her threesome joke just hours after entering the villa.

During a game of Truth or Lie, Connor boasted about having a threesome with a girl he went home with and her flatmate

Sophie, 21, looked shocked by the revelation but didn't react, and when Mike Boateng later said that he'd slept with less than 20 women she gestured at his partner Leanne Amaning and joked: "You've got yourself a keeper, not one that has a threesome on a first date."

Grumpy Connor immediately crossed his arms and recoiled away from Sophie, muttering: "You hate me tonight.

"You're hating me."

As the brunette beauty playfully protested, the hunk remained visibly annoyed as he added: "You're digging me out already, you are."

He looks set to get  upset again as a teaser from tonight’s episode shows Sophie on a date with newbie Connagh.

The situation is not too dissimilar to last summer when Ofcom received thousands of complaints about Joe Garratt "controlling" Lucie Donlan.

Love Island has already received hundreds of complaints this series – mostly about big game hunter Ollie Williams being allowed on the show.

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