Love Island’s Luca Bish is “finished” according to fans of the ITV2 dating show after Gemma Owen’s mum weighed in on bullying claims in the villa.

Luca and Dami were seen apologising to fellow islander, Tasha, on last night’s show after they both ‘pied’ her in the Snog, Marry or Pie challenge.

It was the latest scenes that appeared to show the boys overstepping the mark with Tash left in tears when she found herself in the bottom three.

Luca who is coupled up with Gemma Owen, daughter of Louise Bonsall and Michael Owen, has seemingly given her thoughts on the behaviour of the boys.

Although she didn’t specifically name Luca and Dami, she give her thoughts on Tasha’s situation in a comment on Instagram.

She said: “I hope Tasha is ok, I feel it’s close to bullying now which is so sad to see."

Love Island fans claim Luca is ‘finished’ with Gemma Owen

Love Island fans were quick to pick up on the comment.

One viewer tweeted: “Gemma’s mom commenting on Tasha’s post saying she’s sad to see Tasha being bullied?

“Oh Luca is FINISHED finished.”

Fans still haven’t forgiven Luca and Dami for their behaviour despite their apologies.

Another added: “Dami and Luca in the bottom next time PLEASE.”

“Lol Gemma’s mum just gave her seal of rejection for Luca. Looks like Luca’s dream of becoming Michael Owen’s SIL will never materialise,” added a third.

Love Island Ofcom complaints over movie night

Ofcom has received 3,617 complaints about Love Island in one week.

The complaints came amid the fallout from Movie Night, during which contestants on the ITV dating show viewed footage of their partners being tempted by newcomers or being unfaithful.

Luca Bish grew angry at his partner Gemma Owen and accused her of flirting with newcomer Billy Brown despite her insisting otherwise, while there was a heated argument between Davide Sanclimenti and Ekin-Su Culculoglu over footage of her in Casa Amor.

A total of 2,481 complaints were made about an episode on Sunday relating to alleged misogynistic behaviour by some of the male contestants.