A 20-year-old student has claimed Love Island star Frankie Foster 'messaged her for car sex' during lockdown.
Georgie Adams, who says she was 19 at the time, told The Mirror that Frankie, 25, asked if she could meet him "without Boris catching her" in messages seen by the publication.
The duo lived half an hour's drive apart and Georgie said she was at first keen to meet up with Frankie due to his Love Island fame.
She told the publication: "I was thinking that it must be a catfish so I asked him for his Instagram, but he followed me first.
"He follows me on there now so I know it was legitimate.
"I was thinking, yeah, I'm gonna do it. I was a little bit into it at first, he's from Love Island!"
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Georgie didn't meet up with Frankie and admitted she felt uncomfortable with how forward he was the first day he messaged her.
She said: "It was never a solid plan, but he started to get a little bit weird, and he was saying to me 'What you doing tonight?' the first day he messaged me.
"I was like, that's a bit forward.
"Then he started saying about his Range Rover and how it had tinted windows."
Georgie continued to the publication: "I said to him, you're a bit of a keen bean, aren't you?
"After that it was pure ignoring him. I just thought it was a bit weird and he did keep messaging me after that."
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Georgie, who has now moved to Birmingham, said Frankie still follows her on Instagram.
She continued: "He was saying to me on Instagram: 'I can make you breakfast when you stay over. You'll be staying the night and I'll be making you breakfast. I've got a big flat, big enough for the two of us.'
"It was obvious what he wanted, what his intentions were.
"It was all during lockdown, so me going to his house during lockdown, it's really bad."
She said: "I just think it's quite funny how you can go from being on such a high profile show to resorting to Tinder.
"At the time as well I was only 19 and he was like mid-twenties.
"I was thinking, how can you go from doing that and being so high profile to resorting to Tinder, messaging girls and being so desperate about it."
Daily Star has contacted a representative for Frankie Foster for comment.
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