Stephanie Davis has accused ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell of sending her photos of her own back garden after she was granted a three year restraining order banning him from contacting her.
The former Hollyoaks actress, who has one-year-old son Caben-Albi with Jeremy, recently revealed that she was an alcoholic and was suffering from PTSD following her relationship with the Irish star.
In August 2017 Jeremy was found guilty of assaulting Stephanie as she held their baby son Caben and was given a suspended jail sentence.
Stephanie has now revealed how she has received messages on social media, which she claims are from Jeremy.
“I was so relieved when we were granted the restraining order as I knew it was a chance to sort myself out once and for all,” she exclusively explained to OK! Magazine.
“But I’ve started getting messages on social media, including a picture of my own back garden, which I believe are from him. I can’t speak much about it, though, as it’s under police investigation.”
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OK! Online has contacted a representative for Jeremy McConnell for comment who declined to comment.
Stephanie has revealed how she turned to drink to cope with difficult times following her split from Jeremy McConnell before he was found guilty of assaulting her.
Speaking for the first time since Jeremy’s conviction, the 24-year-old said: “I knew that if I didn’t take drastic measures to turn my life around, I would end up dead. I was drinking heavily and was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder after I split up with Jeremy, because of everything I had been through while we were together.
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“It got to the point where I was drinking most days until I would black out, and I was feeling suicidal. I knew that for Caben’s sake, I had to sort myself out before it was too late.”
She added: “I’m an alcoholic. Going to rehab saved my life. I’ve always turned to drink when I’ve gone through difficult times, but I started drinking more and more when I was with Jeremy in order to block out how awful the relationship was.
“It took me a long time to realise that I had a serious problem. I’m a young girl who appeared to have it all; I didn’t fit the stereotype of what I thought an alcoholic was. Rehab has taught me that I have to give up alcohol for good – I’m 90 days sober and I no longer need booze to help me cope.”