Love Island’s Laura Whitmore targeted in fake sex show casting advert

Love Island host Laura Whitmore has urged her followers to report a fake casting call to the authorities, after someone shared it on Instagram.

The Irish beauty was left particularly concerned because the casting advert is for a fake show which has highly sexual undertones.

Sharing the false email, Laura wrote on her Instagram stories: "This is a fake email. Please report to the authorities."

The letter claimed that Laura, 34, would be hosting a new show similar to Big Brother, but which would see contestants performing sexual activities in order to win tasks.

In full, it read: "Hello, my name is Alex and I currently work for Mc Saatchi Merlin and represent Laura Whitmore. Laura and I have been working on a new series for late night ITV2, which is based fully on a Big Brother kind of style house setting for three weeks in July, but it's more a sexual twist where contestants will be tasked with a series of sexual tasks that need to be completed for food and daily living products.

"The idea for the show, which has been sanctioned for three weeks in July by ITV2, is that 20 singletons will be required to spend three weeks in a modern Big Brother style house where they will compete to find love.

"Contestants will be from all genders and orientations and the idea is to explore each other's sexual interests in order to find love.

"So if you have a wild side, are open-minded when it comes to sexual exploration and want to find love sensually, then this will be perfect for you."

The letter claimed that the purpose of the show was to "showcase to the world that is" ok to be open about sex and everything around it".

It went on to say that any sex scenes that were included in the show would be "blurred and identities will be hidden".

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The fake casting agent added: "The theme is all about female empowerment, sexiness and sex."

It explained that contestants would be paid £25,000 for taking part with the winning couple taking home £200,000, and the runners-up getting £50,000.

But with Laura reportedly having already signed up to host this summer's Love Island, she'll be far too busy for anything else.

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