LOVE Island Ellie Jones is reportedly a supporter of far-right activist Tommy Robinson.
The 22-year-old, who is Jack Fincham’s ex, shared two posts on Facebook, which appeared to support the jailed former EDL leader.
The posts have since been shared on Twitter by disappointed fans, some of whom have called for her to be removed from the villa.
The first, which is believed to be from her Facebook account, dated back to May 2017 and sees Ellie put three ‘OK’ emojis beneath a post praising Tommy, who is in prison for contempt of court.
The fan wrote alongside a video of Tommy at an alt-right rally: “LONDON. I’m not a racist, but this guy speaks sense! he is branded a racist by many.. wether he is or isn’t that’s non of my business. I just know he speaks the truth. (sic)”
In the clip, Tommy – whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon – calls Islam an “infestation”.
The second post again sees Ellie commenting on a video of Tommy that was captioned: “Why do we let these terrorists back into our country?”
Alongside it she put three clapping emojis.
The screengrabs, which appear to be from her Facebook page, have been shared online hundreds of times with fans expressing their opinion of her apparent opinions.
One person wrote: “So turns out Ellie (Jack’s ex) is one of those people?. She needs to get straight in the bin. #LoveIsland.”
Another ranted: “ELLIE SUPPORTS TOMMY ROBINSON LOOOOOL F**KING HELL SHE JUST GETS WORSE #loveisland.”
And someone else added: “This Ellie ting is a Tommy Robinson supporter, Dani you better just finish the orange juice and glass her immediately #LoveIsland.”
Ellie entered the second villa, Casa Amor, over the weekend and left Jack utterly gobsmacked.
His current girlfriend Dani Dyer broke down in tears after she was shown a clip of Ellie joining Jack there.
During the tense recoupling, Dani and Jack were the only couple to stay loyal to each other when they were reunited.
Ellie coupled up with Sam Bird and later sat down with Dani to reveal what Jack is really like – including the fact he has a Danny Dyer poster on his wall.
The Sun Online has contacted ITV for comment.