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Steph Davis shares message for Jez McConnell as he heads to rehab

This comes amid reports she has banned her ex from seeing baby son

Are Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell FINALLY putting their differences aside and moving on from all the drama?

Steph has publicly announced her support for ex-boyfriend Jez in a ‘good luck’ message posted on Twitter.

It was announced last week that the Irish hunk would be checking into rehab after deciding to take “appropriate action for myself and my new family”.

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And former Hollyoaks star Steph made sure she voiced her support and encouragement to her 437,000 Twitter followers.

She wrote: “Today is the day. I’m so proud of you for finally doing this.”

The 24 year-old continued her show of loyalty by adding that she has “every faith” he can recover from his “demons” for the sake of his son.

She said: “Do it for me and Caben but most importantly… Do it for your self. I know you got this now.

“Say goodbye to your demons & start a new lease of life with happiness. I have every faith in you.”

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The pair have had a turbulent on/off relationship since their split last year but it looks like the 24-year-old has made the decision to support Jez.

But it was only last month she made the decision to ban Jez from seeing his son, Caben, after the model allegedly assaulted her at her home in Liverpool.

Speaking to OK! Online Steph revealed: “For Jeremy, this is a get help or die situation. So I said to him, you either get help or that’s it, you lose [Caben] for good.”

She admitted: “I do love him. I never stopped loving him.”

With this public message of support for the father of her child it’s clear Steph is standing by her man.

Meanwhile Jez shared a confession opening up about his “mistakes” over the past year.

In a long message to his 397K followers he wrote: “I want to leave this last message here for people.

“I know a lot people are sick of reading stories in the press about me and my life and have a huge dislike for me.

“I’ve let family, friends, management down, I just hope I can wipe the slate and come back with a second chance.”

He added: “I have learnt from my mistakes. I’ve decided to take appropriate action for myself.”