Jack Fincham was stopped by police near his home in Kent (Picture: Getty)
Love Island star Jack Fincham has allegedly been arrested for drug-driving and having false number plates.
Jack, 31, is best known for winning the ITV show in 2018 with then-girlfriend Dani Dyer and was seen looking while walking his dog on Thursday after news of his apparent arrest broke.
The dad-of-one is also said to have been held on suspicion of driving without insurance and careless driving.
Jack was travelling at ‘high speed’ when he was stopped by police near his home in Kent.
According to the Sun, he was released under investigation until November 26.
The outlet adds that a source close to Jack insisted he was using private plates, not false ones, and that the TV personality denied using drugs.
Jack has allegedly been arrested for drug-driving and having false number plates (Picture: STEVE FINN PHOTOGRAPHY)
Jack, 31, is best known for winning the ITV show in 2018 with then-girlfriend Dani Dyer (Picture: James Gourley/ITV/Shutterstock)
Meanwhile, his solicitor Conor Johnstone told the paper: ‘Mr Fincham has not been charged with drug driving and denies any drug consumption whatsoever.
‘There is no evidence at this stage that Mr Fincham drove whilst over the legal limit and we are hopeful that his blood results will prove the same.’
On Thursday, Jack appeared downcast while walking his large dog and chatting on the phone.
The alleged arrest comes weeks before Jack is supposed to star on Love Island All Stars.
The spin-off show was confirmed this month by ITV and will feature Love Island’s most iconic contestants.
The dad-of-one is also said to have been held on suspicion of driving without insurance and careless driving(Picture: STEVE FINN PHOTOGRAPHY)
The All Stars show will be filmed in South Africa in a ‘luxury’ villa, although it has not been confirmed if it is the same £1.2million mansion nestled in the country’s wine-making region used for the winter series.
The boss of Love Island’s production company, Lifted Entertainment, admitted he ‘couldn’t wait’ for the spin-off as he teased viewers what’s in store.
Mike Spencer said: ‘It has been rumoured now for a while but we are thrilled to finally confirm that we are making Love Island: All Stars early next year for ITV2 and ITVX.
‘It’s set to be a must-watch series seeing some of your favourite Islanders from across the years heading back to the stunning South African villa to once again “graft” as their search for love continues. I simply can’t wait.’
Metro.co.uk has reached out to Jack’s reps for comment.