Towie's Joey Turner slams Love Island's Chloe Burrows as he unearths comment calling him 'vile'

THE Only Way is Essex star Joey Turner has revealed he was trolled by Chloe Burrows before she became famous on Love Island.

The 20-year-old unearthed a comment from her in his Instagram comments calling him "vile".

Joey shared a screenshot of a post written in 2019 – 132 weeks ago – where he'd written: "All I ever wanted was the world."

Underneath, Chloe had commented: "So vile."

Joey laughed off the insult, telling fans: "Me casually going through my archived posts…

"I'm screaming hahahahahaha."

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The Sun reached out for comment from Chloe who is busy filming ITV's new show The Games.

Chloe – who was drafted in as a reserve for Mark Wright – is currently on a break from her Love Island boyfriend Toby Aromolaran after their relationship hit the rocks.

The Games line-up was recently revealed, with a host of reality TV stars and actors set to battle it out.

Olivia Attwood and Christine McGuinness are strapping on their trainers, pulling on their swimsuits and getting on their bikes alongside 10 other celebrities.

The Sun previously told how TV star Wes Nelson and Corrie’s Colson Smith will also be taking part.

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Newsreader Lucrezia Millarini, Emmerdale actor Rebecca Sarker and actor Ryan Thomas are the final three names who will go head-to-head in a range of sporting challenges for the new series.

The Games will also see Alex Scott as trackside reporter and Chris Kamara as commentator.

The ITV show, hosted by Holly Willoughby and Freddie Flintoff, will also feature Mel B’s daughter Phoenix Brown, song writer Chelcee Grimes and Harry Potter actor Josh Herdman.

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