The situation has spiralled since the pair met on the ITV show, with Chris tweeting screenshots of messages he alleges were sent by Kieran Hayler‘s wife.
Katie then said she had messages from Chris with “lewd content” – but these have yet to materialise. On This Morning, Katie also asked best friend Rylan to tell the nation she had 52 screen grabs of flirty messages from the Love Island hunk.
Saying that she “had to set the record straight” on the saga, Olivia – who maintains that she’s happier than ever with boyfriend Chris – has revealed that she’s still waiting for Katie to release the texts.
“To be clear, It’s not something I’ve chosen to get involved in, far from it,” she wrote on her new! magazine online column. “I have had quite extensive conversations with Katie over text about her “messages” from Chris, we’ve voice-noted back and forth and we’ve spoken.
“She sent me a voice note telling me that she had these messages with lewd and sexual content. She gave me an idea of what the content was, so I asked her to send them – but she hasn’t sent them to me.
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“She’s since been saying that they’re going to come out, but we haven’t seen them.”
OK! Online have contacted Katie’s representatives for comment.
She then SLAMMED TOWIE beauty Chloe Sims, who lashed out at the pair claiming they were using their ongoing feud with Katie Price as “publicity” in a scathing attack on the Love Island couple.
“Then you’ve got people like Chloe Sims, who spoke out and accused Chris and me of using Katie Price to stay relevant or for publicity,” she added. “At the end of the day, these people are talking about my boyfriend – it’s the height of disrespect.”
Olivia went on to say that the trust was solid between her and Chris, adding: “We all know that Katie messaged a boy who has a girlfriend. It’s so disrespectful on me.
“I totally believe Chris hands down and there are no messages as far as I am concerned. He’s just not wired that way. We have other issues that we’re working through and trust is not one of them.”