We've only just picked our jaws up off the floor after learning that Love Island's Tayla Damir had sensationally dumped Grant Crapp for being "too young", and now cast mates suggest that Grant should give up us share of the prize money after allegedly breaking his Love Island contract before the show even started.
Eden Dally spoke to KIIS FM's Kyle and Jackie O this morning and voiced his disappointment over Grant's actions.
"I am very supportive of Grant," Eden told the hosts. "But the Love Island contract was clear that you must not be in a relationship when you apply for Love Island, and to hear that Grant apparently broke his contract was very disappointing."
"This is very disappointing news to hear that he really did have a girlfriend," Eden continued, suggesting that the revelation was likely a reason for Grant and Tayla's shocking breakup.
"He took the lie detector test and said he's never cheated before, it's just very disappointing."
When asked if he thought he and his Love Island partner Erin should have won the $50K prize money instead, Eden suggested Grant should donate his money to charity.
"It's really up to Grant and Love Island what happens now, maybe he could donate his money to charity because really, it was cheating," he told the radio hosts.
"I never thought about it like that before," Kyle replied, before both he and Jackie O suggested that Grant really had "no right" to the prize money.
Grant has previously told Now to Love that he planned to use his share of the prize money to help a "close mate".
"I have a close mate who is in hospital, he's been on life support and I've just heard that he's come out of it. But it's been four or five weeks of constant need. So I'm going to give half of my money to his family, they're a family in a bit of need at the moment and I want to see him fully recover to 100%."
The rest the pair said they would use to start a new life in Sydney together.
There is no word yet if Love Island will follow up the allegations of 'cheating', but at the very least, it looks like it could have cost him a relationship.
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