Love Islander Jacques O’Neill has shared a statement in which he stated that he is in therapy and has apologize after he was accused of bullying.
The article will look at who at all is Jacques O’Neill and why the Love Island star is on therapy.
Who is Jacques O’Neill?
Jacques O’Neill is a British professional Rugby league footballer. Jacques O’Neill recently played as hooker or a loose forward for the famous Castleford Tigers in the Betfred Super League.
He was born on 8th May,1999 in Barrow -in Furness, Cumbria ,England.
The Rugby star had previously played for the Leigh Centurions and Halifax in the Betfred Championship on loan and dual registration from CAstleford in 2019.
Jacques O’Neill played his junior rugby league for Askam ARLFC, before signing for Castlleford Tigers academy.
Jacques O’Neill was diagnosed with ADHD at a tender age of 9. He became a contestant on the eighth series of Love Island in 2022.
He was said to be the ex-boy friend of fellow contestant Gemma Owen. Jacques left the Villa on day 37 due to mental health purposes.
Jacques O’Neill: Love Islander goes into therapy and apologizes after bullying row
Jacques who is 23 shared a statement on his Instagram story on Thursday August 11 to “acknowledge the situation” and “apologise if my behaviour has caused offence”.
Jacques O’neill who is Gemma Owen’s ex boyfriend also added “there is work that needs to be done on myself”.
His apology comes after fellow Islander Remi Lambert made claims to the effect that he was bullied by Jacques. Remi also indicated that he felt being bullied by Luca Bish and his post was liked by fellow Love Islander Tasha Ghouri.
This is what Jacques wrote: “I just want to acknowledge the situation that’s happening right now and apologise if my behaviour has caused offence or been misinterpreted over the last few weeks.
“I genuinely have no bad feelings towards anyone and I’ve not meant for anything to come across that way at all. It was not my intention and I’m genuinely sorry if it has.
“Life has been very overwhelming recently and admittedly I’ve probably not handled myself in the best possible way.
“I take full responsibility for my actions. I’m aware I’m far from perfect and that there is work that needs to be done on myself.”