Love Island is reportedly set to come under fire in a rather explosive documentary, dishing the dirt on everything that happens in the villa and also afterwards.

Former contestants from the ITV dating show are believed to be sharing their stories about their experiences on the programme.

The docu-series will see contestants being asked questions about becoming famous as well as the prices that come with the meteoric rise they have.

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Although no names have yet been confirmed for Reality Check: Life After The Limelight, the series will also see former Islanders reflect on going back to their former life once work from their instant fame dries up, reports The Sun.

The news comes just weeks after Laura Whitmore who recently stepped down from presenting the show dropped a string of bombshell allegations.

Laura, 37, claims she was not allowed to speak to the Islanders about their wellbeing whenever she was in the Majorca villa.

Speaking to The Sunday Times, Laura said: "I hate having anything I'm not allowed to say. I couldn't ask Love Islanders if they were okay.

"It is hard, your face is the front of the show but I am one tiny person and have no producing role so I couldn't say if I didn't think something was okay."

Laura stepped down from presenting the show, three years after stepping into the shoes of her late pal Caroline Flack.

This year, Love Island had been plagued with complaints, with some contacting Ofcom claiming there had been misogyny and bullying, as well as slut-shaming.

As the series came to an end, Ofcom vowed to conduct a full review of the programme which received a whopping 6,000 complaints to the broadcasting watchdog.

This series gained over 6,000 complaints in total, with the explosive 'Movie Night' episode racking in over 2,000 complaints alone due to the behaviour of the boys, specifically Luca Bish and Dami Hope who were later accused of bullying fellow islander Tasha Ghouri.

Alleged misogyny led to 1,500 Ofcom complaints being filed by viewers who reportedly noticed misogynistic behaviour from the boys.

This also led to women's aid charities speaking out about the alleged coercive control and bullying on the show.

From the spin-off show, Love Island: Aftersun, viewers sent in over 400 complaints when former host Laura and the panellists discussed winner Ekin-Su Cülcüloğlu's behaviour in Casa Amor with bombshell George Tasker.

Daily Star has approached ITV and Channel 4 for comment.


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