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And after causing lots of controversy with his behaviour in Casa Amor, the 23-year-old rugby player has now been accused of 'lovebombing' his current partner Paige, a 24-year-old paramedic.
Watch Jacques get called out for his Casa Amor antics below:
The accusations come after Jacques came under fire from Paige after getting to know Cheyanne in Casa Amor, prompting him to try and explain to her how she is the one he really wants.
However, this did not go down well with Love Island fans, who accused him of 'lovebombing' his partner in a bid to manipulate her.
One wrote on Twitter: "Jacques is coming with the Lovebombing 101.
'I care about u like I never cared b4. She can f**k off.'"
"Jacques is the reason I have trust issues," added a second viewer alongside the hashtag 'Lovebombing'.
A third wrote: "Jacques needs to stop lovebombing Paige and MOVE ON. His behaviour is disgusting and terrifying."
"As if Jacques didn’t have enough red flags he adds lovebombing to the list," remarked a fourth.
Jacques needs to stop lovebombing Paige and MOVE ON. His behaviour is disgusting and terrifying #LoveIsland— CAM △ (@camangusmurray) July 10, 2022
Another then remarked: "Paige saying 'I've got nothing bad to say about Jacques'… how about when he called you pathetic? or passed you to Jay like you're an object? and all the lovebombing after? and him being mean to almost every other girl there? and the fact he dated a 16 year old? [sic]"
However, Jacques' family have spoken out in his defence on social media, revealing he has ADHD which affects his behaviour.
They shared a screenshot revealing the symptoms of ADHD, which states that people with the condition 'may behave in ways that come off as rude or disrespectful.'
Jacques' family continued in the caption: "Jacques was diagnosed with ADHD when he was 9 years old.
"By no means is this a get out clause for his actions but it is to show that he can fundamentally struggle with his emotions at times.
"He is an amazing person who I'm proud to call my friend/little brother. All the hate thrown towards Jacques doesn’t go to him directly… It comes to his loved ones who have always supported him and not just whilst he is on Love Island.
His family then urged viewers to 'be kind' as the continue to watch the trials and tribulations of the islanders.
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9 pm.
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