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Love Island’s Zara Holland struggles to watch show after Sophie Gradon's tragic death

Love Island star Zara Holland says she cannot bring herself to watch the ITV2 series, after her close friend Sophie Gradon took her own life.

The pair were in the villa together in , and Sophie was a pillar of support for Zara after she was stripped of her Miss GB title.

Now, Zara admits she steers clear of watching the reality show.

“Nothing against the show,” she says. “But I was extremely close with Sophie Gradon. She was a big part of my time in the villa.

“I just wouldn’t watch it, even if I had loads of spare time on my hands.”

Zara struggles to watch the show now

Zara was left devastated when her title was controversially removed after she had sex with Alex Bowen.

Sophie gave a rousing feminist speech in front of the boys in the villa to defend her friend, saying: “Life shouldn’t be about judging one another. For example, judging a young woman for enjoying herself.

“A young woman who hasn’t harmed anyone but a woman who has faced a torrent of judgemental and close minded opinions since leaving Love Island.

Sophie tragically took her own life

“As an ex Miss Newscastle and Miss GB I can say that it’s time people moved forward from their old fashioned thinking and accepted the simple fact that women like to have sex.”

Sophie took her own life in June Weeks later, her boyfriend Aaron Armstrong took his own life too.

Zara says her mental health was affected by her appearance on Love Island.

Zara and Sophie were in the villa together

But she now says she has been off antidepressants and out of psychiatric therapy for the past two years.

She scaled back her social media use on doctors’ orders, which she says has helped.

“I actually never came off totally,” she says. “I stopped searching my name, because I used to search my name 30 times a day. I feel like everyone needs to remember that social media isn’t real life.

Sophie is one of a number of stars linked to the show to have died in tragic circumstances

“I’m the happiest I’ve ever been,” says Zara.

Sophie’s death and the death of another contestant Mike Thalassitis in prompted ITV to increase their duty of care measures and they now offer “comprehensive psychological support”, including eight therapy sessions for contestants after they leave the villa.

* Love Island airs nightly at 9pm on ITV2

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Love Island’s Zara Holland says she was ‘brainwashed’ in the ‘posh prison’ of a villa and calls for show that ruined her life to be axed

ZARA Holland has revealed that Love Island producers "brainwashed" her, calling the luxurious villa a "posh prison" as she called for the reality show to be axed,

The year-old star appeared on the second series of the programme in , and has now said that Love Island ruined her life - ITV have vehemently denied her claims.

 Zara appeared on the second series of Love Island

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The former Miss Great Britain was famously stripped of her title when she had sex with fellow contestant Alex Bowen on the show, and has now claimed that her mum had begged producers to let her speak to her daughter in the days before as she could see that she was "turning into someone she wasn't", which ITV have denied.

Zara now takes anti-depressants and has therapy after suffering panic attacks following the show, with it being claimed that Zara's mum Cheryl made her seek help when producers failed to offer her aftercare support once she left the villa.

The beauty has said that she has only ever been contacted twice by bosses - once the day after her close friend and fellow islander Sophie Gradon took her own life, and the second the day after contestant Mike Thalassitis did the same.

She told the Daily Mail: "You think you're on a summer holiday and you might find love, but you are in a posh prison where you don't know what time it is and a voice in a wall tells you what to do.

 The star has claimed that she was 'brainwashed' by the show

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 Mike took his own life in March this year

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"I honestly believe I was brainwashed."

Zara went on to slam ITV for not axing Love Island after Mike and Sophie took their own lives, particularly after they cancelled The Jeremy Kyle show earlier this week when guest Steve Dymond was found dead in a suspected suicide just days after appearing on the show.

She fumed: "That show screwed me up. I blame it for everything. What it does to the contestants is terrible.

"There have already been two suicides in three series. Jeremy Kyle's been on for 14 years, but they're axing it after one suicide.

 Zara was close to Sophie Gradon, who took her own life last year

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 The beauty was stripped of her Miss Great Britain title the day after she had sex on the show

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"How can they contradict themselves by taking one show off and not the other? Am I angry? I'm absolutely fuming. I was only "

She also insists that her psychological assessment was only five minutes long and that she was cut off from friends and family and given a 24/7 chaperone who told her when to go to bed and what to do in the days before she entered the villa.

She recalled crying over how much she missed her mum, who she wasn't allowed to speak to on the phone for ten days.

Once in the villa, things went from bad to worse as Zara was left devastated when her partner dropped her for another girl within 24 hours of filming starting.

 Zara called the villa a 'posh prison' as she insisted it ruined her life

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She explained: "I burst out crying. I'd had a couple of glasses of fizz and I was missing home. I felt different to everyone else."

Zara said that she began to feel more isolated when the male contestants wouldn't pick her to couple up, and even claimed that producers played a part in her repeated rejection as she said that the showrunners hold ultimate power and "decide everything".

The star said she was then told she had to choose one of two contestants who had deemed her boring to go in a private hideaway with her, Zara picked Alex and this is the night that she had sex - calling it her "first one-night-stand".

Her Miss Great Britain title was taken away the next day, and producers later told her that her mum had been hospitalised and Zara made the decision to go home - despite producers doing "everything to make her stay".

 Zara quit the show after having her 'first one night stand'

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Zara has now said that she knows one of the contestants heading into the villa this year and that she has begged her not to take part.

Explaining how she felt once the show ended, the star shared: "For the first six months after the show, you're busy.

"Then, as it tails off, you deflate a bit, then a little bit more.

"Once the next show comes round everyone is interested in the new contestants. No one is interested in you."

 Zara has called for the dating programme to be axed

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After Love Island’s Mike Thalassitis is found dead… 10 signs your loved one is at risk of suicide

A spokesperson for Love Island has hit back at Zara's claims, telling The Sun Online: "Zara has spoken to the production team regularly since leaving the villa and has recently been in contact to put forward suggestions for cast for this year’s series.

"Prior to going on the show Zara like the other Islanders were given medical appraisals that included psychological assessments. The opinions the Islanders have, decisions they make and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.

"It is always our intention to produce a show that is a fair and accurate representation of life in the villa.

"Our duty of care is a continuous and ongoing process for each Islander. This follows three key stages; pre-filming, filming, and aftercare.

"We work with both an independent GP and a psychological consultant to provide an assessment of the physical and mental health of each of the shortlisted cast members and their suitability for inclusion on the programme."

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EVERY 90 minutes in the UK a life is lost to suicide.

It doesn't discriminate, touching the lives of people in every corner of society - from the homeless and unemployed to builders and doctors, reality stars and footballers.

It's the biggest killer of people under the age of 35, more deadly than cancer and car crashes.

And men are three times more likely to take their own life than women.

Yet it's rarely spoken of, a taboo that threatens to continue its deadly rampage unless we all stop and take notice, now.

That is why The Sun launched the You're Not Alone campaign.

The aim is that by sharing practical advice, raising awareness and breaking down the barriers people face when talking about their mental health, we can all do our bit to help save lives.

Let's all vow to ask for help when we need it, and listen out for others.

You're Not Alone.

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Zara Holland calls for Love Island to be cancelled after string of reality show suicides

Love Island star and fallen Miss Great Britain queen Zara Holland has broken cover to slam the hit reality show and call for it to be axed.

The year-old blonde beauty says her life collapsed after she appeared on the show in - with her Miss GB crown being stripped away after she was filmed romping with fellow star Alex Bowen in the Love Island villa.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, Zara has revealed she now takes antidepressants and attends therapy sessions after suffering a string of panic attacks after appearing on the show.

She also claims producers of the show only contacted her twice after she starred in the second series - once a day after fellow star Sophie Gradon took her own life in June , and once one day after star Mike Thalassitis committed suicide in March this year.

Zara also claims she sought professional help with her own struggles after her mother encouraged her to - and claims show producers failed to offer after care.

“You think you're on a summer holiday and you might find love, but you are in a posh prison where you don't know what time it is and a voice in a wall tells you what to do,” Zara told the Daily Mail as she detailed her experience on the show.

“That show screwed me up. I blame it for everything. What it does to the contestants is terrible,” she continued - saying she felt she had been “brainwashed” during her own time on the show.

Taking aim at ITV, the beauty queen slammed the channel for failing to pull the plug on Love Island following the deaths of Sophie and Mike - comparing the situation to the recent suicide of a Jeremy Kyle Show contestant which led to the near immediate cancellation of that programme.

"There have already been two suicides in three series. Jeremy Kyle's been on for 14 years, but they're axing it after one suicide,” she said.

“How can they contradict themselves by taking one show off and not the other? Am I angry? I'm absolutely fuming. I was only 20,” she added.

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Zara went on to provide insight into her experience of her casting process and experience in the Love Island villa.

She claims her psychological assessment ahead of appearing on the series lasted for just five minutes, and claims she was cut off from friends and family under the watchful eye of a chaperone (who told her when to go to bed) ahead of entering the Love Island villa.

She also suggests the emotional turmoil she endured on the show - including being dumped in favour of another woman within the space of 24 hours - went unnoticed by shoemakers despite her breaking down in tears.

Alex Bowen on Love Island
Zara Holland

"I burst out crying. I'd had a couple of glasses of fizz and I was missing home. I felt different to everyone else,” she said.

In the same interview, Zara suggests producers “decide everything” on the show, expressed regret at having her “first one-night stand” in front of cameras, and claims producers did: “everything to make her stay,” after she learned her mother had fallen ill prompting her to quit the show after 22 days.

She also claims to know one of the forthcoming contestants in the upcoming fifth season of the show (believed to begin next month) and has tried to encourage her not to take part.

Zara Holland on Love Island

However a spokesperson for Love Island has attempted to administer damage control of the claims.

“Zara has spoken to the production team regularly since leaving the villa and has recently been in contact to put forward suggestions for cast for this year’s series,” the spokesperson told press.

"Prior to going on the show Zara like the other Islanders were given medical appraisals that included psychological assessments. The opinions the Islanders have, decisions they make and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the Islanders themselves.

"It is always our intention to produce a show that is a fair and accurate representation of life in the villa.

"Our duty of care is a continuous and ongoing process for each Islander. This follows three key stages; pre-filming, filming, and aftercare.

"We work with both an independent GP and a psychological consultant to provide an assessment of the physical and mental health of each of the shortlisted cast members and their suitability for inclusion on the programme."

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The hateful truth of Love Island: Ex-Miss GB reveals how contestants are told what to do and say

Within hours of this week's announcement that ITV was to permanently cancel The Jeremy Kyle Show following the suicide of guest Steven Dymond, former Miss Great Britain Zara Holland took to Twitter.

'Everyone's thoughts of Jeremy Kyle getting axed?' she tweeted. 'Shouldn't Love Island too then?'

Zara, 23, appeared on the second series of the dating show in with Sophie Gradon, who hanged herself at her family home last year. Sophie was 32 and, in a chilling final Instagram post, the reality star said: 'If I could escape I would.'

Earlier this year, Love Island contestant Mike Thalassitis, 26, also committed suicide. Again, the pressures of reality TV stardom were thought to have contributed. In truth, it's a miracle of sorts Zara isn't a third grim statistic.

Listening to her reel off damning charges, the echoes of the now axed Jeremy Kyle show ring all too clear.

Zara Holland gets emotional on 'Love Island' after split from Scott Thomas
In Series 2, Episode 03 of the TV show fillmed in Mallorca, Spain in

Zara Holland, pictured age 20, gets emotional on 'Love Island' after split from Scott Thomas in Series 2, Episode 03 of the TV show fillmed in Mallorca, Spain in

Zara was a 'naive' (her word) year-old and a rightly proud Miss Great Britain when she entered the show.

Privately educated, she was a respectable young woman — 'every guy from round here [a small town near Hull, Yorkshire] will tell you that,' she says, as she shows me around the boutique she now runs with her mother.

Zara claims that there was no immediate follow-up support from the programme-makers

Zara claims that there was no immediate follow-up support from the programme-makers

She had had one serious boyfriend and rarely drank. Yet within ten days of appearing on the reality show, she faced the public humiliation of being stripped of her Miss Great Britain title after having sex with contestant Alex Bowen on TV.

'It really wasn't me,' says Zara. 'I couldn't get into my head how I'd done it — how I'd had sex on TV.

'I now know my mum had asked the producers for days if she could speak to me because she could see I was turning into someone I wasn't.' ITV disputes this.

Three years on, Zara still takes anti-depressants and had intensive psychotherapy after panic attacks. Thankfully, mum Cheryl, 53, insisted she seek help after seeing Zara slip into depression.

Zara claims that there was no immediate follow-up support from the programme-makers. She says the first time she was contacted was the day after Sophie committed suicide; the second time was the day after Mike took his own life.

'Two producers lived in the basement throughout the show. They would say things like: 'Right, Zara. We want you to focus on so-and-so.' You trust them.

'You think you're on a summer holiday and you might find love, but you are in a posh prison where you don't know what time it is and a voice in a wall tells you what to do. I honestly believe I was brainwashed.'

Which is a hugely damaging allegation and one that might be dismissed as the excuses of a young girl who deeply regrets her shameful behaviour, were it not for revelations this week that producers on The Jeremy Kyle Show were trained in psychological tricks, such as neuro-linguistic programming, to manipulate guests.

Zara's humiliation created huge publicity for this multi-platform show, which includes a podcast and a phone App, with viewing figures that rose to million last year.

The App alone generated £5 million of merchandise sales within eight weeks of the live show last year.

Add lucrative partnership deals and the millions of pounds in selling rights overseas and you can see why Zara, who as Miss Great Britain was approached to take part, feels that she was a commodity.

'That show screwed me up. I blame it for everything. What it does to the contestants is terrible. There have already been two suicides in three series. Jeremy Kyle's been on for 14 years, but they're axeing it after one suicide.

'How can they contradict themselves by taking one show off and not the other? Am I angry? I'm absolutely fuming. I was only '

As any psychologist will attest, the adolescent brain is hugely vulnerable. But, according to Zara, her psychiatric testing was brief. 'I was asked to go to London's Wimpole Street. My mum went with me.

'We went into this little room and this woman asked: 'Have you ever taken drugs?' I said no. 'Have you ever had a sexually transmitted disease?' Again, I said no. 'Have you ever thought about killing yourself?' No. I must have been in there for five minutes.'

Zara Holland during 'Love Island', Series 2 TV show, Episode 21, Mallorca, Spain in

Zara Holland during 'Love Island', Series 2 TV show, Episode 21, Mallorca, Spain in

Two weeks before the show began it was leaked to a newspaper that she was to appear. A team member rang her to say she had an hour to pack a bag and leave.

Having said a brief goodbye to her mother, Zara's phone and wallet were taken from her and she was on a flight to Majorca. 'I had a chaperone who was about I was taken to this apartment in the middle of nowhere.

'The chaperone told me when to go to bed and what to do. That first night I remember crying because I missed my mum so much.'

It would be ten days before Zara was allowed a single phone conversation with Cheryl. 'My parents separated when I was three. They're good friends, but it's always been me and Mum. I'd never been away from home before.' 

Zara soon lost some of her self-confidence. 'I hadn't been allowed to do anything or go anywhere on my own. Even when I went to the villa for a photoshoot they put a blindfold on me and two people led me to the car so I could not work out where the villa was.

'I was so naive. When I walked into the villa, I was excited. I thought: 'I'm going to be on TV. It's sunny. I'm in Majorca. I might even get a boyfriend. What could go wrong?' 

Within 24 hours of filming, she began to fall to pieces when a contestant she'd been coupled with dropped her for another girl. 

Backlash: Fans of the Jeremy Kyle show have hit out at ITV, accusing them of hypocrisy for failing to axe Love Island after the deaths of Mike Thalassitis (pictured ) and Sophie Gradon

Backlash: Fans of the Jeremy Kyle show have hit out at ITV, accusing them of hypocrisy for failing to axe Love Island after the deaths of Mike Thalassitis (pictured ) and Sophie Gradon

The end of Jeremy Kyle has led for renewed calls for Love Island to be culled after Mike, 26, and Sophie, 32, (pictured ) both took their own lives

The end of Jeremy Kyle has led for renewed calls for Love Island to be culled after Mike, 26, and Sophie, 32, (pictured ) both took their own lives

'I burst out crying,' she says. 'I'd had a couple of glasses of fizz and I was missing home. I felt different to everyone else.

'I realise now they picked me because I was Miss Great Britain. Without that title I was just a normal year-old girl from Hull who's probably quite boring.'

Zara felt increasingly isolated, particularly as nobody picked her when the contestants 'coupled up'.

'There was a really nice guy called Adam. We spent a lot of time together. One evening, recoupling [when the contestants choose a new partner] was happening and I was really excited. I put on a nice dress and spent ages doing my hair and make-up.'

But Adam didn't choose Zara. 'I remember thinking, 'I've got to get away.' I stood up and I cried. I thought we'd genuinely got on.'

She now believes — rightly or wrongly — the producers had a hand in her constant rejection. 'One day I had to decide which guy was to be dumped from the island. A producer called me outside and told me which one to choose. The producers decide everything.'

ITV disputes this, saying: The opinions the islanders have, decisions they make and the relationships formed are completely within the control of the islanders themselves.

'It is always our intention to produce a show that's a fair and accurate representation of life inside the villa.'

A tearful Zara Holland after Adam Maxted coupled up with Olivia Buckland on ITV reality series Love Island

A tearful Zara Holland after Adam Maxted coupled up with Olivia Buckland on ITV reality series Love Island

HER self-confidence continued to be knocked as fellow contestants voted her the most boring, the least hot and the least good at banter.

'I have never felt so disgusted in myself. Every night you go to sleep in the same room as the others and they'd all be having sex.

'Sex is nothing to be ashamed of, but when it's happening two inches from where you're sleeping . . . after ten days even that seems normal.'

The following day, Zara was told the public had voted for her to go to the private hideaway (a hut with a double bed covered in rose petals and a bottle of champagne) with one of two contestants who had voted her boring. She picked Alex.

'I said to a producer: 'I'm not sure I really want to do this. He's not really my type.'

'She said: 'Don't worry, Zara. I'm going out with this guy who's not my type and it's amazing. Maybe that's where you're going wrong.'

An audience member charges the stage in a chaotic and aggressive scene from the Jeremy Kyle show in which audience members shout and scream at each other. This one was called 'I'll prove your brother's the dad but you'll never see our baby'

An audience member charges the stage in a chaotic and aggressive scene from the Jeremy Kyle show in which audience members shout and scream at each other. This one was called 'I'll prove your brother's the dad but you'll never see our baby'

They shared the bottle of champagne and, as Zara says, 'one thing led to another. We had sex. I remember waking up the next morning and I burst out crying.

'It was awful. I felt so ashamed. I didn't know this guy. I'd had a one-night stand for the first time. I thought: 'What have the public seen?' I was mortified.'

Next day, her Miss Great Britain title was taken away. 'That was something I'd worked so hard for. I didn't cheat on anyone, but I became the girl who had sex on telly. Next day, the producers called me in and said: 'Your mum's gone into hospital.' ' A year earlier, Zara's mother had suffered a brain haemorrhage. 'Stress kicks it off,' says Zara. 'I thought: 'God, I put her in hospital.' I said: 'I need to go.'

'They did everything to make me stay, saying: 'Zara you're an adult. Don't be influenced by people wanting you to go home.' '

But Zara didn't return to Love Island. Her mother, recovering in hospital, held out her arms and said she loved her. 'She was heartbroken,' says Zara. 'Mum knows what I'm like and that wasn't me.'

In a statement issued in March, ITV said of its after-care procedures: 'Our duty of care is a continuous and ongoing process for each islander. After the show, every islander has a series of debrief meetings on location with the executive team and the medical team, including the psychological consultant.

'After this, they are told how to access aftercare support as well as information on seeking professional representation.'

Zara last saw her friend Sophie from Love Island a month before she took her life.

'We did a talk together in Leeds to more than head teachers about mental health in March last year. She was so proud of me for speaking out. I said I was on anti-depressants. She'd turned to alcohol.

'For the first six months after the show, you're busy. Then, as it tails off, you deflate a bit, then a little bit more. Once the next show comes round everyone is interested in the new contestants. No one is interested in you.'

She worries about this year's contestants. 'I know a girl who's going on. I've tried to persuade her not to go. I honestly fear for all the contestants.'

As for her calls for ITV to axe Love Island, she's in little doubt they won't. 

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Love Island’s Zara Holland spent 7 hours convincing Amy Hart not to enter the villa

Zara Holland and Amy Hart from Love Island

Former Love Island star Zara Holland has revealed that she spent 7 hours trying to convince Amy Hart not to enter the villa before her stint on the show. 

Amy, who starred on the series, approached the former Miss GB during a flight while working as a British Airways flight attendant.

When asked, Zara tried to persuade her not to apply for the show.

‘I was, like, “Well, from my experience, I would probably advise that you don’t go on,”’ she told The Mirror.

Speaking about their conversation, Zara said: ‘For seven hours, she grilled me on Love Island.’

‘She was like, “Should I do it or not?” I said, “You’ve got the most amazing job.” She was amazing at her job.’

Curtis Pritchard and Amy Hart were a couple on Love Island
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Amy’s time in the villa is remembered for her romance with Curtis Pritchard, before they split in one of the most-quoted moments in the programme’s history.

Before joining Love Island, Amy worked as a member of the cabin crew for eight years. 

Recalling the advice she gave her, Zara added: ‘I said, “If you’re going to go on, be prepared to a) only be in there a couple of days, b) never get your job back.”

As fans of the show will remember, former beauty queen Zara was relieved of her Miss GB title after scenes of her having sexual relations with a fellow contestant on the show were shown on TV back in

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Zara was hesitant to recommend Amy leave her job and join the villa after her own experiences.

‘She’d worked her way up for years, and she said they’ve said that they would never accept her back. So I was like, “Do you really want that?” She was like, “Yes I do, yes I do.”

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The year-old went on to say: ‘I was, like, ‘Well, from my experience, I would probably advise that you don’t go on. I told her my experience very bluntly.’

It comes after Zara also said that she struggles to watch the show following the death of her friend and former Love Island star Sophie Gradon.

Love Island continues tonight at 9pm on ITV2.

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