Love Island's Justin Lacko apologises for leaving fans 'worried' over video of ...

Love Island's Justin Lacko apologises for leaving fans 'worried' over video of ...
Love Island's Justin Lacko apologises for leaving fans 'worried' over video of ...

Love Island Australia star Justin Lacko has shared a heartfelt message to his fans, one week after he posted a troubling video of himself crying over Melbourne lockdown

The model, 30, who shot to fame on season one of Love Island in 2018, had sparked concern last weekend when he shared a video of himself weeping while describing his anguish at being separated from his son, one, Leo during lockdown. 

He returned to Instagram on Saturday to thank fans for helping him through such a tough time, writing: 'Just wanted to say thanks to everyone for reaching out with support over the past week.' 

'I have struggled so much': Love Island Australia star Justin Lacko, 30, (pictured) shared a heartfelt message to his fans, one week after he posted a troubling video of himself crying over Melbourne lockdown

'I have struggled so much': Love Island Australia star Justin Lacko, 30, (pictured) shared a heartfelt message to his fans, one week after he posted a troubling video of himself crying over Melbourne lockdown 

'I have struggled so much and I just wanted to let you all know that I'm doing better now and working on myself in getting back in touch with my positive self,' he continued. 

He completed his message with an apology for any distress he may have caused with his video. 

'I'm sorry that I've kept [sic] a lot of you worried and it was not my intention,' he wrote. 

'It was not my intention: Posting to Instagram on Saturday, Justin thanked fans for helping him through such a tough time and apologised for keeping many people worried about his wellbeing

'It was not my intention: Posting to Instagram on Saturday, Justin thanked fans for helping him through such a tough time and apologised for keeping many people worried about his wellbeing 

'Love you all and thank you,' the reality star concluded.   

On Saturday last weekend, Justin shared a series of worrying videos to his Instagram in which he expresses his distress over being alone in lockdown

Weeping uncontrollably, Justin discussed the pain of being isolated in Melbourne and away from his son Leo, who he shares with ex-girlfriend Anita Barone-Scott.

Weeping: On Saturday last weekend, Justin shared a series of worrying videos to his Instagram in which discussed the pain of being isolated in Melbourne and away from his son one-year-old Leo, who he shares with ex-girlfriend Anita Barone-Scott

Weeping: On Saturday last weekend, Justin shared a series of worrying videos to his Instagram in which discussed the pain of being isolated in Melbourne and away from his son one-year-old Leo, who he shares with ex-girlfriend Anita Barone-Scott

'I'm so sad at the moment. I am recording this because I am feeling so lost. I am so emotional during this Covid [lockdown] and everything,' he said in the first clip. 

'I haven't been able to see my son, and my ex partner wont let me see him. She hasn't responded to any of my messages or emails about him. 

'I am alone in my house and I have nobody, and it's just so overwhelming at the moment,' he continued, while gasping between agonised sobs.  

Breaking down: 'I'm so sad at the moment. I am recording this because I am feeling so lost. I am so emotional during this Covid [lockdown] and everything,' he said in the first clip. 'I am alone in my house and I have nobody, and it's just so overwhelming at the moment,' he sobbed

Breaking down: 'I'm so sad at the moment. I am recording this because I am feeling so lost. I am so emotional during this Covid [lockdown] and everything,' he said in the first clip. 'I am alone in my house and I have nobody, and it's just so overwhelming at the moment,' he sobbed 

Upset: In a further video, the model added: 'You just sit outside in your backyard and just watch the world go by, but without seeing the world. This is what it is, being locked down here in Melbourne and it just kills me. All I do is think about my son and I just want to be there and be with him. And all I have is nothing. There's just nothing there at the moment'

Upset: In a further video, the model added: 'You just sit outside in your backyard and just watch the world go by, but without seeing the world. This is what it is, being locked down here in Melbourne and it just kills me. All I do is think about my son and I just want to be there and be with him. And all I have is nothing. There's just nothing there at the moment'

Filming himself sitting alone in his backyard with grey skies above in a further video, the model added: 'This is what reality is like. It's no

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