A pair of Love Island 2017 contestants have become embroiled in a stolen sex tape scandal.
The unnamed couple, who appeared on this year's series, have reportedly been victims of a theft of a laptop which contained an explicit video.
But in a further twist, they weren't alone in the clip.
Publicist Rob Cooper, who had the laptop stolen from his car while parked at a motorway service station, told the Daily Mirror: "The footage starts out with just the couple, however, half way through an additional male does join in.
"It's an explosive threesome, something I don't think any other celebrity sex tape has done before, it's essentially a threesome, the recording is 100 per cent hetrosexual, however it is very homoerotic."
Supposedly, the Love Island couple who made the sex tape were hoping to publicise it themselves for £100,000.
"In all honesty, the footage will appeal to most people, it's graphic and includes role play," Rob added.
The publicist is now offering a reward - and a warning - to anyone who may have access to the clip.
He explained: "If the images get into the wrong hands, they could be uploaded online, that's why we've decided to make it public and offer a generous reward for their safe return of the individually coded bag.
"The images are worthless to anyone who may have them, they are classed as stolen goods and if the images were to be uploaded then the vendor is committing revenge porn, which is obviously illegal."
He added: "If the footage is returned and does not appear online then that's the end of it, however, if the footage appears online and the card is not returned then we will be taking legal action."
The identity of the couple is being kept secret (at the moment) but Jessica Shears and Dominic Lever have denied they're involved.
"I know you want it to be us but unfortunately it’s not sweetheart," Jess tweeted to someone asking about the tape on Twitter.