Ashley Cain Reveals Scam Artists Have Set Up Social Media Pages In Terminally Ill Daughter's Name
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The Ex On The Beach star, 30, said he felt "really sad" at the sight of the pages, which claimed to have been made in aid of his daughter, who is battling leukaemia, but have no affiliation to him or his partner Safiyya Vorajee, 34.
Ashley told his followers not to send gifts if it is requested on these groups, as they are not finding their way to Azaylia or his family.
He wrote: "Hi guys. We feel really sad that it has come to this but we need to inform all of our supporters that we do not endorse, support or have any affiliation with Facebook pages or groups in Azaylia's name.
"Any communication from these pages/groups has no authority from us and any gifts send to these addresses are not being delivered or received by us".
Ashley confirmed that fans will only hear updates on Azaylia's health directly from him or Safiyya.
"The only official updates come from mine and my partner's Instagram pages. Thank you for all of the continued love and support!," he wrote.
Poor Azaylia has a rare form of acute myeloid leukaemia - which is a type of blood cancer - and is expected to have just days to live after doctors told the couple they couldn't do anything more to save her.
Reality TV favourite Ashley and Safiyya had been hoping to take their daughter to Singapore to undergo lifesaving CAR T-cell therapy for her leukaemia, even fundraising over £1.5 million from generous fans to make the trip.
But they were recently dealt a devastating blow, and told by the hospital that the treatment was no longer an option, because her cancer was so rare.
She returned from hospital for good towards the beginning of April, to be made 'comfortable' in her final days, following the tragic news that her cancer had progressed too much for any more treatment in the UK, either.
And Ashley and Safiyya have been trying to make her last days at home as filled with joy as they can, surrounding her with loved ones and spending as much quality time with her as they can, while also attempting to ease many of her symptoms, like swelling eyes and difficulty breathing.
Supporters and celebrity pals alike have been rallying round Azaylia for months, as Ashley and Safiyya have continued to publicly share their journey.
And recently, thousands of people have backed a call for little fighter Azaylia to be nominated for a Pride Of Britain award - gongs intended to celebrate amazing individuals across the country.
We can't think of anyone more deserving. Keep fighting, champ.