Love Island's Sherif Lanre kicked out of villa for breaking rules

Love Island

Love Island

SO! LOVE ISLAND kicked off just nine days ago, and although fans saw their first contestant being removed from the show last week after a recoupling, Sherif Lanre has now been KICKED OUT of the villa.

The contestant, who is a chef and semi-professional rugby player, expressed his regret, saying he had exercised "poor judgment" on the ITV show.

"In a case of poor judgement, I broke the villa rules and as a result agreed with the producers that it was best for me to leave the villa", he said.

During his time on the show, Sherif coupled up with 28-year-old pharmacist Anna Vakili, after initially choosing to partner with 21-year-old Amber Gill.

Anna made a decision to stay with Sherif and chose to couple up with him again on Friday at the recoupling.

Contestants are only allowed to smoke in the designated smoking area which only one person can use at a time.

The drama has already started on Love Island UK, even though we're only a week in.

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Sherif Lanre's mum has broken her silence on his Love Island axe, claiming that her son has been unfairly treated by the show.

In 2016, Malia Arkian was removed after getting caught up in a heated confrontation with Kady McDermott.

Piers added a promotional Love Island picture of Sherif alongside his tweet to make it clear who he was talking about.

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

The girls' fallout began after Malia was picked to go on a date with Kady's beau Scott, as the pair had come back from their date later than she had expected.

Ex-Islander Simon Searles previously told The Sun: "They give you a bit of a handbook before and it's in regards to consent, nakedness, condoms, what's right and what's not".

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