Montana Brown was left in tears after a row with Olivia Atwood on "Love Island".
The pair disagreed how Olivia handled a fall out between her crush Chris Hughes and Sam Gowland, who she dumped, after Sam claimed Chris was being "snakey" over his budding romance with Olivia.
Montana told her: "Liv, I'm just going to say it. I just don't think you need to be confrontational."
Taking offence, she replied: "You're proper on his [Sam's] side."
The pair then went their separate ways but Montana's words must have been on Olivia's mind as when they crossed paths again, the blonde beauty asked her: "Were you digging me out earlier?"
To which Montana replied: "I don't think you handled the situation, but you know that anyway because I told you. When you came over in the group, it was just awkward for everyone.
"I wasn't digging you out, I was just saying that I didn't think you should have done it in front of everyone, I think you should have just pulled him aside, which you did in the end anyway."
During the chat in the bedroom, Olivia then said: "Don't get salty with me Montana, seriously. I don't want to fall out with you but it's not your place to comment on it."
The argument continued with Montana telling Olivia that it "was a group situation where everyone felt uncomfortable".
But the blonde fired back: "I stand by what I did because I feel like Sam caused a lot of the situation tonight so that's what I'm going to stand by."
Following the argument, Montana was comforted by Marcel and some of the other girls as she cried.
Explaining her side of the story whilst in the Beach Hut, she said: "She literally went off on one. I have no idea where it came from. She was bang out of order. It was just a really stupid, immature situation."
But it was not over as Marcel criticised Olivia for being "horrible" to Sam.
He told her: "You were being horrible, you were calling the boy a melt. You dumped him and you called him a melt, continuously, and there's no reason for it. Don't be horrible to someone, it's not nice being horrible like that. Babes, you're attacking the boy."