‘It’s all lies’: Jeremy McConnell insists Steph is PLAYING everyone


Just a week after insisting he would take responsibility if his former girlfriend, Stephanie Davis, was indeed pregnant, Jeremy McConnell has done a full 180.

With Stephanie telling her Twitter followers that she and her unborn daughter were snuggled up for the evening, the Irish model had his own say, and it doesn't look good for Steph.

"Night people," he wrote in a post last night. "I'm as shocked as all you are at this whole saga, I'm sure you can join the dots yourself. #letmelive."

And when Twitter users attempted to weigh in, Jeremy silenced them fairly swiftly and insisted that the former Hollyoaks star was not carrying his child.

Laying some serious doubt on Steph's story, Jeremy wrote: "It's all lies iv been told by her friends. She's not pregnant with my child, come on." (sic)

While some Twitter users showed their support for Jeremy, others were even quicker to stand up for Stephanie, with one writing: "Maybe if u went to the scan u would know ! Ur regret all this if it turns out she is pregnant with ur baby." (sic)

Since last night's online debate, Jeremy has taken to Twitter again and it looks like he's officially DONE.

"Was gonna stay quiet about the whole thing and just let it come out normally," he wrote. "First of all I'd like to let people know I'm perfectly healthy mind and body, and have took the break up privately, but when me and my family are effected by what I'd call a person with no shame." (sic)

"She is slandering me and trying to portray me in a certain light for a reason, to make me look like a terrible lad,  people can choose to believe it or not, I do not care."

"For months she was seeing Sam behind my back and now in Ibiza together," Jeremy told Twitter followers. "It will all unfold in time. People don't know what I put up with in that relationship, I was never perfect but please don't believe 90% of what she says," Jeremy begged.

Finishing the post, he simply said: "I'v messed up but I'd never be as evil. This will be my last message about her. #bookclosed." (sic)


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