She finished, 'Love Island viewers are now very vocal in calling out unhealthy behaviour between couples, and this is a positive development'.
An Ofcom spokesperson said: "We will assess these complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate".
"Abusive relationships often start off with subtle signs of control, so it's important that it is recognised at an early stage".
Now axed Love Island star Sherif, 20, has weighed in on the controversial subject as he had no qualms pointing out his former co-star needs to "grow up" in his relationships. "But the public have been voting to save one Islander from each couple".
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Contestants can not be naked in front of other islanders, since the villa is technically a public space.
He explained himself: 'In a relationship/girl sense, he's [Joe] got that youthful, "I wanna be all about you" straight away aspect. Inappropriate behaviour is again at producers' discretion, and would include violence and sexual harassment.
If you were ever in doubt that the "Love Island" villa is anything other than a shallow hotbed of fickleness and fakery, last night's episode would have set you right.
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Last night, Women's Aid made a statement about Joe's treatment. You can still get us on the free app on your Android, iPhone or tablet.