Love Island Star Defends Leaked 'Porn' Video As Footage Revealed

The x-rated video has been a huge talking point lately.

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Attention may have turned to Celebrity Big Brother as of late but we still haven't forgotten about Love Island.

The show which was all about coupling up, loyalty and love aired during the summer and we couldn't get enough of it in Ireland.

One of the most controversial characters on Love Island was Megan who after a couple of partners, finally settled down with Wes and the couple even reached the final night.

Megan, has been looking to leave her 'old' life behind her and wants to move on from her days of stripping and glamour modelling.

However, a recent explicit video that was leaked to Pornhub will make that transition even harder now.

When pressed about the matter on Good Morning Britain on Wednesday morning and asked why she was wearing a t-shirt that said 'Stop valuing women based on their sexual history', Megan said that:

“I think it’s really unfair and an old fashioned way to look at it.

“Just because someone has worked either in the sex industry or done glamour modelling … it’s frowned upon, it’s 2018 women should be able to do what they want with their body.

“I slept with people on TV and people want me to be ashamed of it. I am not.

“You can be unique, everyone can do what they want with their body, as long as you are doing it for yourself and no one else.”

She also told Grazia that she was going to get the video taken down but she didn't bother in the end.

"I think once people have seen it, they’ve seen it and we’ve all got a vibrator… (laughs) Let a girl live!"

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