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Stephanie Davis in talks to host documentary about domestic abuse

Evoke.ie logoEvoke.ie 12/08/2017 Bronwyn O Neill

  © Provided by Associated News  Stephanie Davis is in talks to front a new documentary about domestic abuse after her ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell was found guilty of assaulting her this week.

According to the MailOnline the actress wants to use her story which played out in the public eye ‘for good.’

She has begun to work alongside domestic abuse charities to stop others being assaulted.

A source told the MaiOnline that, ‘If it could happen to her, it could happen to anyone.’

Documentary © Provided by Associated News Documentary  They went on to say that this was a new start for the former Hollyoaks actress and she now wants to move forward.

‘Stephanie will now be busy with recording her album, television commitments and other projects,’ they explained saying she wants to put her past behind her.

Documentary © Provided by Associated News Documentary  A source told The Sun, ‘Supporting domestic violence charities and organisations is absolutely on our priority list for Stephanie, she wishes to raise awareness and stop women going through what she has.’

Her ex, Jeremy, was found guilty of assaulting her on Monday with the actress saying that she feared that he would kill her.

The prosecution said the assault happened whilst Stephanie held their eight week old son, Caben Albi in her arms, a claim which Jeremy has denied.

Related: Stephanie Davis Wants Another Kid With Jeremy McConnell (Provided by Wochit Entertainment)

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