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Love Island's Adam Collard reignites feud with Ferne McCann as he hints there was more to drink-throwing drama than just having booze thrown in his face

The 22-year-old personal trainer has suggested that more went on between the pair than meets the eye, but he isn't "allowed" to say any more.

Speaking to Heat magazine, Adam confirmed once again that the police had been called after the National Television Awards bust-up.

He said: "I mean, I'm not really allowed to say too much; but I think people can read between the lines.

"I've been swilled a hundred times by girls, and I don't think the police have ever came for a swill."

It was previously reported that 28-year-old Ferne had thrown her entire glass in Adam's face, something that the mother-of-one has denied.

She also claimed that Adam and his girlfriend, Zara McDermott, has been "abusing" her.

She said at the time: "To be clear I have never thrown glass at anyone.

"I am not proud of reacting the way I did to the serious abuse and intimidation I was subjected to and I should not have thrown a drink.

"However I am not sure how someone who said the things he did about my daughter and me is seeking to portray himself as a victim."

Zara, 21, hit back at Ferne's statement, insisting that Ferne had been "intimidating" her.

She said: "Just to be clear I witnessed this entire incident and this statement is a complete lie.

"My boyfriend was standing up for me because I was the one being intimidated and numerous witnesses can confirm this.

"He told her to stop being a bully, that she is a mother and should know better… fair right?

"He never said anything about her daughter at all. I was there and I heard and saw the whole thing and so did others!!!! Lying gets you nowhere in life."

The brunette beauty continued: "My partner would NEVER in a million years verbally abuse someone's CHILD. I am seriously offended by this allegation as it's a complete lie which has upset me a lot."

"This is complete defamation of character and unfair to accuse someone of something they haven't done.

"Why can't people just apologise, not be nasty and move on!"

Adam quoted Zara's statement to his own social media account – adding that CCTV had proved that they were telling the truth.

Yesterday, Ferne told The Sun Online that although she spoke to the police after the incident she was actually comforted by one of the officers.

She told us: "The police were not called. They were already there. Of course they were – it was The O2.

"The police were actually so lovely, even one of the policemen gave me a big cuddle after. And they couldn’t have been nicer."

She also insisted that Adam had insulted her 15-month-old daughter Sunday.

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