Chloe Ferry Slammed By Fans For Posting Fake Love Island Scam On Instagram For Money

The Geordie Shore beauty shared a fake news story about a future contestant on the reality dating show for money. Chloe, 24, posted a screenshot of a fake news story that foreign exchange mentor Reginald (Reggy) Trades will be joining this year’s Love Island.

“Reggy Trades confirmed to be in the line up of the hit show Love Island 2020, can’t believe he is going on the show, this will be interesting, follow and support him Reggy Trades, good luck hun,” she wrote in the caption.

The caption ended with a ‘#ad’ meaning she had been paid for to post the message, but it is not known who was paying her. While another pointed out that Chloe herself doesn’t even follow the stocks educator on Instagram.

Reggy – who’s real surname is MacDonald – shared Chloe’s post on his own Instagram stories but did not confirm or deny her claims.

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