A gushing post from Stephanie Davis about her baby son Caben has descended into an angry tirade about her former boyfriend Jeremy McConnell.
Confused how that could happen? Well, let us explain…
The former Hollyoaks actress, 24, is a proud mother to ten-month-old Caben and couldn’t resist sharing a cute photo of the tot on Tuesday night.
She tweeted: “Like… How did I create..and make something so beautiful???…. he’s actually unreal. My stunner. Them eyes, what a lad.”
One fan replied that Caben resembles his dad, Jeremy, and, well, Steph had something to say about that.
Stephanie replied: “Yeah, he looks like his daddy. But it’s who brings him up – his momma.”
Then she added: “I enjoy being mummy AND daddy… at least he’s not being let down over & over from a self indulgent womanisier… my SON comes first.”
As fans began to interact, she continued to fire off tweets about her ex-lover.
“Would never EVER stop [Caben] having his father in his life, but he hasn’t bothered, too interested in partying and women,” she alleged, adding the hashtag “deadbeat”.
When someone suggested she should stop slating Jez and keep their beef private as Caben would read it when he’s older, Steph replied: “Think u will find I’ve done that. But there’s a thing called taking the [bleep]. He’s a father! It’s disgusting!!”
She raged: “I get trolled for *not letting his dad see him* I WOULD IF HIS DADDY EVEN ASKED! He doesn’t give a [bleep]!! So stop the hate.”
Stephanie and Jeremy met in the Celebrity Big Brother house in January 2016.
But it was to be a VERY rocky relationship that endured multiple splits and reunions until they broke up for good that May.
Shortly afterwards Stephanie announced she was pregnant.
At first, Jeremy questioned the baby’s paternity – but once Caben was born in January 2017, a DNA test done live on This Morning proved that Jeremy was the father.
Stephanie and Jeremy rekindled their romance later that year.
However, once again, their relationship wasn’t to last and another bitter split followed.
In August, Jeremy, 30, was given a 12-month suspended prison sentence and ordered to complete 200 hours of community service after being found guilty of assaulting Stephanie the previous March.
Jeremy has not yet responded to Stephanie’s allegations but speaking to The Sun in June, he said: “All I want to do is be a family man and provide for my family, and leave that party boy behind.
“I want to be a father figure, and be a dad.”