Love Island's Amber Gill had a row with Maura Higgins after she failed to defend her when her ex-partner Michael Griffiths told her to "sit down like a dog."
The Irish grid girl was appalled when she heard what the firefighter had said to the brunette beauty - who has made it clear she still has feelings for him - in last night's (15.07.19) show and claimed she would've told him to "f**k off" if he'd done that to her.
However, the model was a little peeved that Maura had seemingly forgotten about Michael's behaviour a bit later on and proceeded to laugh and joke with him in the kitchen along with her best friend Anna Vakili and Jordan Hames.
Speaking to Ovie Soko on the sun lounger, Amber said: "Don't come over and shout from over there to me to tell me to sit down like I'm a f***ing dog."
Ovie replied: "You need to see who's for you and who's not for you."
Amber added: "But even people like Anna there sitting having a laugh with him. F*** those people that have just riled me up and that are just talking to them."
Later on in tonight's (16.07.19) episode, Maura asked Amber is she was OK.
To which Amber replied: "Not great."
When Maura asked why, Amber shot back: "Everybody riled me up and then nobody said anything to him and was sitting around the kitchen laughing with him."
Maura replied: "No, I was with Curtis, so don't blame me."
Amber fumed: "Just because you thought it was so disrespectful what he said, so it would have been nice for you to say that to him."
In a bid to defend herself, Maura - who is now getting close to Curtis Pritchard - said: "What did you want me to do? Pull him aside and say "oh, blah, blah, blah"?"
As Amber walked away, she muttered: "I've had everybody's back in here and I would expect the same from everybody else."
Despite still being hung up on Michael, Amber's luck may be about to change as new boy Greg O'Shea asked to take her on a date.