650 viewers have complained to Ofcom, the UK's communications regulator, after Sunday night's Love Island episode.
The complaints were made due to the 'unnecessary' and orchestrated distress contestant Dani Dyer was put under.
Dani was shown a misleading video on the show, featuring her boyfriend Jack Fincham with another woman, Ellie Jones, who happens to be his ex-girlfriend.
'It always happens to me, as soon as I’m happy with someone, something happens to me, it’s like I’m not allowed to be happy,' she said on the show.
'Imagine it’s some girl that he’s been recently seeing, he clearly has feelings if he was seeing her and now she’s in here.'
'I knew it was too good to be true,' she said, breaking down into tears.
Made an official complaint to ofcom about tonight’s episode of Love Island because mental health comes before entertainment thank you and goodnight
— abby (@abbyswheel) July 1, 2018
The video seemed to present that Jack and Ellie have something going on between them, which is misleading.
Recently, the male contestants were moved to a separate villa, where six new female contestants were introduced.
Jack has in fact been sleeping outside to avoid having to share a bed with his ex, or any of the new female contestants, and has remained loyal to Dani.
The couple, who are favourites to win the show, were reunited last night.