Stephanie Davis has suffered a miscarriage.
The 24-year-old actress, who has recently been locked in a court battle with her ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell, has confirmed she suffered a stress-induced miscarriage two weeks ago, with Stephanie admitting she's heartbroken by the news.
In a lengthy message on Instagram, the former "Hollyoaks" actress wrote: "Too loose a child is something I hope no one EVER goes through. The grief and pain is UNBELIEVABLE . Words CANNOT describe. My heart is BROKEN. (sic)"
Stephanie subsequently claimed Jeremy - who was recently found guilty of assaulting her following a blazing row at her home in Liverpool on March 10 - is responsible for her miscarriage.
The TV star also blasted her ex-boyfriend's attitude towards their eight-month-old son Caben-Albi.
She continued: "I lost my baby due to the stress Jeremy put me under, history repeating its self after carrying caben alone for 9 months while he goes out with women and partying and posting pictures on purpose when I was in hospital and nearly lost caben on several occasions. (sic)"
Stephanie - who started dating Jeremy in 2016 after they appeared together on "Celebrity Big Brother" - also accused the reality TV star of ruining her life, saying he hasn't taken any responsibility for Caben-Albi.
Stephanie wrote: "Evil. He ruined my life and killed our child!and for that I can never forgive him!! He knew I was pregnant and has never ONCE again asked about his unborn child OR asked how caben is, he's been to busy out on benders and spending money on drink and drugs and getting women to lick his nipples. He's not paid ANYTHING towards caben since he was born. He doesn't care about his child, he was simply a trophy child to him. He was found guilty, for a reason. (sic)"
Despite her heartbreak, Stephanie said she hopes her story can help domestic violence victims, adding that there is "light at the end".
She said: "I hope to help women of domestic violence, to stop what happened to me to other women. I would like to Grieve for my child, find strength and move on. I walked into that court with my head held high after he laughed and goaded me, and I continue to be strong, be a good mum to my son and if ANYTHING has come from my horrific ordeal, to help those who have been in my shoes and help give them the hope, that there is light at the end. I don't know HOW I'm standing, but I am. And what doesn't kill you makes you stronger! (sic)"