Love Island 2017: Montana Brown's mum accuses show of being 'fake'

Love Island 2017: Montana

Mum of Love Island 2017 contestant Montana Brown has suggested the show is faked.

ITV2 has denied the claims by Montana's mum Sarah that the Islanders are "directed" and that certain elements are "choreographed".

Sarah had made the comments in an interview with the Daily Mirror about her daughter's appearance on the show.

"A mum doesn't really want to be involved in that side of her daughter's life so I would rather not have seen that," she said of intimate scenes between Montana and current partner on the show Alex Beattie.

Montana's mum continue: "She has a lot of integrity and high standards. Usually Montana is laid back when she meets somebody and will take her time and obviously she hasn't.

"It has been an interesting version of Montana, which isn't really her. When she likes somebody, she likes them, but wouldn't normally go head-first in. Everything seems to be fast-tracked."

And she told the tabloid: "The thing with Alex has been an interesting twist and not necessarily what she would normally be like.

"I presume being in a pressurised environment means the reality is different. She is normally really private. I think it must be quite choreographed and I know they are directed, so what you see is not always the reality."

A spokesperson for the show denied there was any 'directing' of the contestants.

"We follow the islanders' relationships, we do not direct them," they told DigitalSpy.

Love Island 2017 continues nightly on ITV2.

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