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Curtis Pritchard enjoys kinky ‘rough’ sex claims Love Island’s Lucie Donlan

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CURTIS Pritchard might be a gentleman in the Love Island villa but he has a naughtier side and enjoys “rough” sex, according to ex islander Lucie Donlan.

The surfer girl revealed Curtis’s penchant for kinky bedroom antics in a new interview with The Sun On Sunday.

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Curtis Pritchard might be a gentleman in the Love Island villa but he has a naughtier side and enjoys ‘rough’ sex[/caption]

Lifting the lid on the contestants’ sexual frustration, Lucie explained: “We spend all day lying around in bikinis, and it’s hot, so obviously sex is on everyone’s minds. We had so many conversations about sex.

“The first time I realised Curtis had a spicy side was when he was asked about girls and started describing how he’d have ‘rough’ sex. Others would admit to threesomes or having more than ten sexual partners.”

This year’s show has lacked the X-rated antics of previous series, but Lucie insists couples are regularly doing bits.

She said: “It’s so quiet at night in that villa, you can hear everyone kissing in the beds around you. It’s like being in a rainforest.

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Lucie said the sexual frustration in the villa is buidling[/caption]

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Curtis went to work during the Dirty Dancing challenge[/caption]

“Amy Hart and Curtis Pritchard, and Molly-Mae Hague and Tommy were definitely doing stuff. The first time, everyone wants to know. But when it’s every night, people don’t mention it any more.”

Meanwhile Curtis’s dad has insisted that his son has done nothing wrong after he dumped devastated Amy Hart.

The professional dancer has come under fire for the way he treated the 26-year-old air stewardess, with the 23-year-old hunk also facing backlash for “stringing along” both Maura Higgins and Francesca Allen.

But Adrian Pritchard has slammed his son’s critics, claiming that Curtis would never purposefully set out to hurt another islander.

He said: “Curtis would never want to hurt anybody.

“Both girls like him and he’s just enjoying himself.”

Adrian continued to the Daily Star: “Love Island is about meeting new people and seeing who you click with.

Curtis’s dad has defended his son’s behaviour

“It’s not fair for people to think he’s a love rat or a snake because he’s not that kind of person at all. He would never treat a girl badly.”

He went on to insist that the Islander doesn’t even know how to lie and that he is being his truest and most authentic self on the ITV2 dating show.

The proud father also said that Curtis dumping Amy was the right thing to do – and that they hadn’t been together “that long”.

Amy and Curtis coupled up during this series’ very first episode, with the pair quickly going on to call each other “half boyfriend and girlfriend”.

Curtis, pictured here with his mum, dad, and brother AJ, has been defended by his family

They were separated during the show’s famous Casa Amor twist, and Amy was left heartbroken when she returned to the main villa ready to tell the star that she loved him only to be snubbed.

Curtis confessed that his head had been turned during their time apart, and that he’d have coupled up with Jourdan Riane instead of Amy given the chance.

When the blonde beauty suggested giving their relationship time, Curtis then brutally dumped her – eventually forcing Amy to quit the villa as she struggled to cope with the pain of their split.

Adrian added that he and Curtis’ mum, Debi, stand by their son’s actions, concluding with: “Any backlash will fade into insignificance. It’s a TV show, it’s not real.”

The star left Amy heartbroken
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He has now been accused of leading on both Maura and Francesca
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Love Island fans turned on the star when he appeared smug over the fact that two women are fighting for his affections.

Viewers took to Twitter to slam his “slimy” remarks, with one outraged fan tweeting: “He’s pure cringe, and now is showing a kinda slime ball vibe, he’s lapping up these women vying for his attention, massive narcissist underneath his nice guy exterior.”

Curtis’ famous brother, Strictly Come Dancing’s AJ Pritchard, previously defended the Islander amid the backlash – dismissing his romance with Amy as a “holiday romance”.


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