Love Island star faces HUGE fine after quitting job for TV

Love Island star faces HUGE fine after quitting job for TV

A Love Island contestant has marred relations with her previous employer after it was revealed she gave just one days’ notice before quitting her job.

22-year-old Samira Mighty worked as part of the Dreamgirls cast at London’s Savoy Theatre, but quit her job unexpectedly, leaving her employer with just one day to find a replacement before she jetted off to Majorca to star on the ITV2 reality series.

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Comments (1)

  • Paul
    Thu, 21 Jun 2018 2:04pm BST
    doubt this young lady is too concerned about the prospect of a £3k fine when all she sees right now are pound signs from post show PA's and the inevitable modelling shoots. Love the ironic comment from your anonymous source - its almost a certainty that her appearance on a prime time youth culture TV programme, watch by Millions, will result in bigger things, financially at least, than 'cast member in west end show'.

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