Love Island’s Alexandra Cane reports stalker to police after sharing messages from them

Alexandra Cane has revealed she has reported her stalker to the police after pleading with fans for help.

The 28 year old told her social media followers she was being stalked and asked them what would be the best thing for her to do.

Love Island star Alexandra took to Instagram to tell her 1.4million followers the ordeal she was facing before eventually reporting the individual to the cops.

Posting on the 'stories' function of the app, the brunette beauty pulled a concerned face as she wrote: "I have a stalker & I don't know what to do about it…

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"Will the police do anything? Are they the best people to contact?," she asked.

Alexandra later returned to inform her fans: "Stalker has been reported to the police. Gr8. [sic]"

She also shared a number of messages she had received from her stalker, with the first one being sent in October.

The unnamed individual asked her: "Alright Alex, it was you at reading festival wasn't it? X [sic]"

They messaged again a month later asking: "You going on I'm a celeb? [sic]"

Her staler then admitted to the offence, writing: "U getting stalked by the old man [sic]," alongside a number of laughing emojis.

Alexandra wrote as she shared the messages: "I actually don't understand how people think this is ok???

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"I've had public, verbal abuse in the past on MULTIPLE occasions… now I'm being stalked. It's a disgrace."

Alexandra's plea for help comes two months after she shared a chilling message from a social media troll.

The message described the fitness fanatic as "the most annoying p***k in the world," before adding: "why is she all over my timeline every single day the attention seeking c***.

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"Hope someone puts a bullet in her head," the horrific message ended.

The reality star was quick to call out the troll posting his comment to both her Twitter and Instagram, alongside the caption: "Imagine being so triggered by a tweet??? Wtf is wrong with people."

The toxic tweet has since been taken down, but not before many fans leaped to Alexandra's defence.

One follower wrote: "I reported it," while another wrote, "I don't think you are on my timeline enough to be honest."

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