Billie Faiers’ new husband has reportedly called a fellow holidaymaker a ‘c***’ after she took a picture of the bride at their ‘yobbish’ Maldives wedding.
Security is said to have been called after Greg Shepherd allegedly turned on the woman and her partner, who had been refused entry to their villa because the wedding ceremony was being held right in front of it.
"People have paid many thousands of pounds for their dream holiday and so they tried to walk past them all but the groom, Greg, and some other guests turned aggressive and starting using abusive and obscene foul language," a source told The Sun .
"Greg then called the woman a c*** because she took a picture of the bride, as you naturally would do – then things then started to escalate."
However, a rep for Billie denies the claims, insisting the c-word was never used and that the guest was verbally abusive to the wedding party.
"Billie and Greg got engaged and have holidayed in the Maldives for many years, they have the upmost respect for the islands and it’s people and that includes the other guests staying at the resort," the spokesperson said.
It comes on the back of reports the 100-strong wedding party have been upsetting other guests on the luxury island of Kuramathi – claims that have also been denied by the rep.
There have been multiple reports of guests complaining about cordoned off areas, yobbos screaming and drunken guests spoiling the atmosphere.
One holiday-maker, who said they’d spent years saving up for their trip, told The Sun it had been ‘the opposite’ of what they were expecting.
“It was meant to be the height of luxury, but it’s full of drunken yobs shouting and trying to be the centre of attention.
“Guests who have saved for years to be here are so upset,” they added.
Following complaints, ITVBe cameras are said to have been restricted to filming in dedicated areas only.
But guests claim they were banned from the serenity pool and the next door sand bar for Billie’s hen party.
While the Island coffee shop garden, champagne loft and palm restaurant are also said to be off limits to those not included in the wedding party.
However, a spokesperson for travel agent KUONI said that all issues have been resolved.
"When the guests arrived, it’s fair to say there was a party atmosphere," it said in a statement.
"Our staff did have to speak to a handful of the wedding guests individually, but they were respectful and the situation was immediately resolved.
"Everyone has been having a great time and any concerned holidaymakers have been spoken to and the notes we’ve received are that they are all happy.
"We took immediate steps to make ensure guests were happy. Each received a letter ahead of the wedding and Billie’s film crew have stuck to restricted areas.
"We are used to managing special occasion travel. Our priority is to ensure that all guests are able to relax and have a happy holiday."
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