She claimed that Liam, 21, had “assaulted” both her and Millie, thinking he was going to advance to Love Island with her instead of returning to Millie.
On Friday, the ITV2 dating show peaked when Liam returned alone from Casa Amor, to be greeted by Millie, before Lillie spoke up and revealed he had kissed her, much to the chagrin of a devastated Millie.
His explosive revelation plunged the villa into chaos as Millie asked Liam for answers and why he had “lied” about his relationship with Millie.
Speaking to The Sun on Sunday, Lillie, 24, said she felt “misled” by Liam after he didn’t choose her because she felt “convinced that he was the right one ”.
She claims he made her feel that they had “a very good chance of going back to the villa” and said that Liam was “very practical – we were like a couple in there”.
Lillie said she was “shocked” by his decision and “didn’t like the way Liam had Millie’s necklace and his arm around her after he was with me.”
Lillie Millie was “getting mugged” so that was why she was “talking like a girl to another”.
The dumped Love Islander added, “I wasn’t staying in the villa to say my article, so I wanted to say something to put a question mark in Millie’s head about it. “
She didn’t believe Liam would tell “the whole truth” about what had happened between them at Casa Amor and wanted to let Millie know “that she should beware of him”.
Reappearing in the villa upon his return, Liam told Millie, “The time apart has been tough but I’m back where I belong. It makes you realize where your heart is and mine has been in this villa the entire time. “
Millie’s joy quickly turned to horror when Millie stated that she and Liam shared a “good, very 50/50 connection.”
She then dropped the bombshell: “The actions were about equal – sharing a bed together, kissing apart from challenges. “
Lillie said she felt Liam was being disrespectful: “The first time we kissed outside of a challenge or a game he talked to the boys, and I heard it was a sort of bragging conversation.
“From what I heard it sounded pretty positive on his behalf as well.
“Now I feel like he’s going to be very defensive about everything that’s happened, but that’s how it is. “
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