Ofcom Has Said It Will Not Investigate Love Island Complaints About Maura And Tommy

709 complaints were made about Maura repeatedly trying to kiss Tommy

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by Bonnie McLaren |

Ofcom has said it won’t investigate over 700 complaints made about Maura repeatedly trying to kiss Tommy on Love Island. The regulator has said that 709 viewers complained that Maura Higgins "sexually harassed" the boxer when he refused to kiss her back on June 14's episode.

A spokeswoman told the BBC, ‘While we recognise that many viewers disapproved of a contestant's behaviour in this episode, we took into account the context in which it occurred, including the nature of Maura and Tommy's relationship, before and after.'

It is unknown whether other complaints - such as the treatment of Lucie by other contestants and Michael’s behaviour towards Amber - are going to be investigated.

Jourdan and Danny were dumped from the show last night, and another couple are going to leave the show tonight.

Amy has also quit the villa after being dumped by Curtis. A source close to Amy told The Sun, 'It was Amy's decision to walk from the villa as she felt she had gotten as much as she could from the experience. She fell in love, had her heart broken and couldn't stand the thought of seeing Curtis crack on with other girls while under the same roof as her. She was given therapy and support from the producers at ITV and they felt she was emotionally sound enough to make her own decision. They would never dream of keeping someone in there if they weren't happy about it.'

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