Love Island's Georgia Steel looks incredible as she lounges by the pool in Dubai after split from conman ex

GEORGIA Steel looked incredible as she lounged by the pool in Dubai after split from 'conman' ex Medi Abalimba.

The Love Island beauty showed her ex what he was missing as she revealed her stunning figure in an animal print bikini in the sunshine at the plush Five Palm Hotel.

Georgia, 21,  looked chic in a cropped bikini top that was half white and half animal print.

She showed off her toned legs in a pair of high-waisted pants.

Georgia looked stylish wearing a blinging necklace and bracelet to complete her look.

In another shot she looked relaxed as she dipped her legs into the pool.

Her trip to Dubai came as she revealed she was getting over her recent love split.

The Celebs Go Dating star tearfully told The Sun Online how she was “too terrified to sleep and fearing for her life” amid claims her ex-boyfriend had stolen “tens of thousands of pounds” from her bank account.

She said: “It's an ongoing investigation with the police at the moment.”

Georgia, who rocketed to fame in the fourth series of the hit ITV2 show last year, began dating a man she thought was a wealthy American called Miguel.

If things don’t challenge you, it won’t change you.. ❤️ it’s about how you come out the other side that counts ?

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They met in a nightclub and began chatting, before he asked her out for dinner – beginning a six-week long whirlwind romance.

But the TV star’s world came crumbling down when The Sun Online revealed last week her new lover was in fact convicted fraudster Medi Abalimba.

The one-time Derby County player was jailed in 2014 for pretending to be ex-Chelsea footballer Gael Kakuta.

The tearful star said: "I'm devastated and I'm fearing for my life. I don’t want anyone to go through what I have.

"I feel like this is going to affect me for life. Looking back I feel stupid, but at the time it's like being hypnotised.

“I think it has definitely happened for a reason, it's going to make me grow up very quick."

A Metropolitan Police spokesman confirmed to The Sun Online officers were investigating an allegation of fraud.

Action Fraud, the UK’s national fraud reporting service, further confirmed it had received the allegation and was in the process of getting it assessed.


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