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Jeremy McConnell 'to face police probe' after latest spat with Stephanie Davis

Mirror logo Mirror 14/06/2017
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To describe their relationships as dysfunctional is an understatement.

But Jeremy McConnell is said to be facing a police probe following his latest break-up with ex-Hollyoaks actress Stephanie Davis .

According to reports, the mother-of-one has made a formal complaint to local authorities in Liverpool - the details of which remain undisclosed for legal reasons.

A source told The Sun : "The latest row has been a really bad one – it got so fiery that the police have even got involved, and there’s no sign of them smoothing things over this time. 

"They may well want to speak to him about her complaint – and it’s the second time the authorities have had to get involved in their relationship.

Credits: stephaniedavis88/Instagram © Provided by Trinity Mirror Plc Credits: stephaniedavis88/Instagram "Her family really feel that this time they should call things a day for good, for everyone’s sake."

Merseyside police have confirmed they're looking into the 'ongoing' matter.

The latest development comes shortly after Stephanie and Jeremy had yet another spat which overspilled into the public domain, last week.

Shortly after, Jeremy took to social media to accuse Stephanie of 'cutting up his clothes' - something which, if true, could potentially constitute criminal damage.

He also accused her of making hurtful comments about his deceased parents, while branding her a "manipulative f***".

Following this outburst, Steph's mother Pauline Davis responded by voicing her own opinion on McConnell - the father of her grandchild, Caben - by tweeting: "Finally after 16 months of hell the scumbag has shown his true colours! #beyondevil #malicious #noexcuses."

The Mirror have contacted representatives for both Davis and McConnell, but are yet to receive a response.

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