Love Island’s Toby slammed by his own SISTER for dropping Abi in dramatic Casa Amor recoupling


LOVE Island love rat Toby has been slammed by his own SISTER for dropping Abi in a dramatic Casa Amor recoupling.

The 22-year-old semi-pro footballer has had four official partners on the ITV2 dating show in just four weeks, but his head has continued to turn.

There’s a chance Chloe and Toby could reunite
Toby’s sister cringed at his behaviour

Unable to stay faithful since joining the show, he is currently involved in a love square with three of the gorgeous girls in the villa.

But on Love Island’s After Sun on Sunday night, footage showed Toby’s mum, dad and younger sister react as he returned from Casa Amor with new girl Mary on his arm.

Toby’s sister cringed, saying: “It’s embarrassing for him to be honest.”

Meanwhile his parents worried he was struggling with the awkward situation.

His mum said: “Look at his face.

“He doesn’t know what to do.”

Last night fans were left open-mouthed after Toby did yet ANOTHER U-turn and snubbed both Mary and Abigail for ex Chloe.

After Friday night’s explosive Casa Amor re-coupling, the hunk admitted he “regretted” bringing blonde beauty Mary back from Casa Amor when his original partner Abigail had remained single.

He comforted Abi after she broke down in tears and confessed in the Beach Hut that he wasn’t sure if he’d made the right decision.

But the preview for tomorrow night’s episode revealed that Toby had had yet another change of heart – and was in fact pining for Chloe, who he dumped to be with Abigail.

He’d previously dumped Kaz to be with Chloe.

In the teaser, Toby’s voice can be heard explaining: “Right now, I’m in a bit of a pickle. I’m with Mary, I brought Mary back.

“I didn’t expect Abi to be by herself, she seems to want to still get to know me…

“…But my head is with Chloe.”

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