Jeremy McConnell has deleted ALL traces of his This Morning interview on Facebook

The interview aired earlier this week

Jeremy McConnell

by Eden-Olivia Lord |
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Celebrity Big Brother star Jeremy McConnell only recently appeared on This Morning to talk about being the father of Stephanie Davis' baby but it appears that he has now deleted the interview from his Facebook page.

If you've been living under a rock for the past year don't worry, we'll catch you up; Stephanie and Jeremy started a relationship during their time in the CBB house (even though Steph had a boyfriend outside the house). After Steph broke up with Sam Reece she began dating Jez outside of the reality 5 show. The pair had plenty of arguments and breaks ups (all that were documented on social media), but it was in May when Steph shockingly announced Jeremy got her pregnant.

READ MORE: Stephanie Davis' pregnancy timeline from CBB to now

Although the pair have split, Steph has continued to claim Jez is the father of her son Caben-Albi George meanwhile the Irish model has denied it, until now. Speaking to The Sun, Jez admitted: "I do believe I am the father. I want the baby to be mine, I can see a resemblance."

Stephanie Davis Jeremy McConnell son Caben
Jeremy now wants to get a DNA test to see whether Caben is his son (Credit: Instagram / Stephanie Davis) ©Instagram / Stephaniedavis88

He added: "I never said the baby wasn't mine, all I said was that there was a doubt because she was with other men in the first two weeks of April."

Jeremy then appeared on This Morning to talk about his side of the story, he had a DNA test and it came to light that Steph wants him to sign a contract that Phillip Schofield described as unreasonable.

And now the former Celebrity Big Brother star has reportedly deleted all traces of his interview on the ITV show because of the amount of hate he has been receiving.

After his appearance on This Morning Steph liked lots of tweets that questioned why the ITV show interviewed him and she shared a statement on Twitter dismissing Jeremy's claims.

The post read: "Stephanie has felt humiliated by Jeremy denying his own son and foolishly announcing publicly his request for a DNA test.

Steph welcomed Caben into the world on January 13 (Credit: Instagram / stephaniedavis88)

"Jeremy has caused Stephanie massive amount of stress, pressure and upset throughout her pregnancy, ruining what for most women is one of the most special time of their lives.

"Jeremy has at no point throughout the pregnancy or after the birth been in contact directly with Stephanie. Jeremy was categorically not banned from the birth nor did he ever ask to attend."

It went on to explain how Steph is upset that Jeremy "stooped so low to challenge the mother of his child".

Although Jeremy told The Sun he thinks the mum-of-one is trying to defame his name: "Having a baby has changed the public’s perception of Steph – now she’s a powerful, single woman doing it all on her own.

"I’m pleased to see her doing so well, but I can’t help but feel she’s used the baby to defame my name."

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