Montana Brown SLAMMED for being 'a hypocrite' as she brands current Love Islander Anton 'ugly'

Mail Online | 6/17/2019 | Andrew Bullock For Mailonline
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Montana Brown has been called out by viewers of a Heat Magazine video interview for being a hypocrite, after branding current Love Island star Anton Danyluk 'ugly'.

The 2017 contestant has been vocal about bullying, mental health awareness and being kinder to one another - especially in recent weeks following the death of her former co-star and friend Mike Thalassitis, who took his own life following personal struggles after appearing in the public eye.

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Yet Montana, 23, when asked about 2019 Islander Anton, 24, shared her opinions on him, and that she thought he was 'ugly'.

The brunette was being interviewed in a bed with 2018 star Jack Fowler, asked to weigh in on the dramas of the current season of the ITV2 dating show.

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And she didn't hold back when it came to her thoughts on the Scotsman who, on the most recent instalment, coupled up with new girl Elma Pazar.

'He's ugly,' she said. 'He is so overly-preened it's not manly at all. Like, stop getting your eyebrows plucked, stop getting your a*s waxed.'

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This flies directly in the face of the words she spoke outside North London Coroner’s Court just two weeks ago, after an inquest into 26-year-old Mike's death ruled it was suicide.

She said: 'Just like I said in my speech at his funeral I think everyone should be a little bit nicer, little bit kinder.

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'It’s such an awful world that we live in so it’s just nice to be nice, so I’ve definitely changed the way that I live my life and I urge people to do the same.'

She added: 'I think when someone dies in this way that you don’t give up on the memory and I think a lot of people are scared to talk about it but I think it’s important to let his memory live on and...
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