TEDDY is left reeling in tonight's Love Island as Faye tells him he "hurt" her – and insists they're "done".
Viewers have complained to Ofcom after Faye's outburst at Teddy over footage of him in Casa Amor.
They claim she was "emotionally abusive" as she screamed at Teddy for an hour on Friday night.
But in a first look at the next episode, Faye says it's her who has been hurt by Teddy.
Following their explosive row, Faye and Teddy discuss their situation on the terrace.
Faye says: “I don’t trust people until they prove to me I can trust them.
"I’ve said that from day one and so far there’s a lot of reasons not to trust you.
"But you’re telling me to still trust you.”
Teddy asks: “So what am I supposed to do? Just let you go?
"In your eyes, I’ve made a mistake, I get it. But to just be like ‘I’m done’, is what I’m struggling with.
"I can’t swallow the pill, it doesn’t make sense to me.”
Faye replied: “I’d rather be done, than hurt.”
Teddy asks: “So you think I’m genuinely going to hurt you?”
Faye insisted: “Teddy, you already have.”
Teddy then directly asks her: “What do you want?" – appearing to suggest he wants her back.
The lettings manager, 25, sparked fight night in the villa with her furious rage directed at all of the lads.
Yet it was her aggressiveness towards now-ex Teddy, which saw her brand the Manchester lad a "two faced p***k" which caused concern.
Senior financial consultant Teddy broke down in tears after the bust-up with the feisty estate agent, with his emotional turmoil leaving fans begging for bosses to step in.
Meanwhile, his loved ones watching at home have called for Faye's removal from the Mallorca villa.
I don't have words for what she has done.
Teddy's cousin Tania Monteiro, 36, who lives in Portugal, frankly told the Sunday People: "I don't have words for what she has done."
She added: "Yesterday I said, you are not a girl I was thinking would be good for my cousin because he needs a girl with a little bit of attitude, but not a bad attitude, a passive woman, not an aggressive woman."
Former Strictly Come Dancing pro James Jordan has also weighed in on the debate, branding Faye "very, very agressive."
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