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Love Island's Paige Thorne 'leapt to defend' Adam Collard after 'attack'

Love Island’s Paige Thorne reportedly leapt to her boyfriend Adam Collard’s defence when he was ‘attacked’ in a nightclub this week.

The couple, who recently made things official, were at Market Shaker in Newcastle when thugs reportedly approached Adam.

Footage shows people trying to rip his top off, but Paige is said to have tried to diffuse the situation.

A source said: ‘One skinny bloke in his late teens started trying to punch Adam.

‘He kept his cool to be fair and then the bloke has tried to rip off Adam’s shirt.’

They added to The Sun: ‘Paige stepped in right in the middle of it to stick up for Adam and to try and break it up.’

The couple left the club shortly afterwards with no further action taken.

Adam’s representatives allegedly claimed that Adam and his friends were ‘extremely shaken up’ by the ordeal.

Other than the ordeal, Adam and Paige appear to be loving life after the villa.

While they didn’t make things official during their time on the show, they seem to have only grown closer outside the villa, with Adam recently talking about making Paige his girlfriend.

He told On Demand Entertainment: ‘The only time where we got to sit on the sofa. It was only us for the first time.

‘I was like, “right, I need to ask you now because it’s not for anyone’s benefit, apart from mine and yours. I do really want you to be my girlfriend.”‘

Paige is also determined to get back to work as a paramedic.

She said: ‘I’ve got a meeting to go back to paramedic work, so that will be exciting.

‘I actually saw an ambulance the other day with sirens on and I had like, serious FOMO. I was like, get me my ambulance back!

‘So yeah, I’m gonna go back into that a little bit and just see what other opportunities come’.

Metro.co.uk has contacted reps for Adam Collard and Paige Thorne for comment.

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