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Love Island star has Kaz Crossley has been caught snorting a white substance at a party in a shocking clip.
The 26 year old influencer can be seen bending over a table with white powder underneath her nose in a video obtained by The Sun.
The footage is believed to date from an event she attended in Dubai last November, a time when the UK was in a strict national lockdown.
Makeup artist Kaz can be seen wearing an orange mini dress, which is the same as one as one which had featured on her Instagram account around the time.
A witness said to The Sun: “Kaz was running with quite a hard partying crowd.
“She certainly isn’t as squeaky clean as she makes out online.”
The United Arab Emirates is a notoriously strict nation when it comes to drug offences, boasting a 'zero-tolerance' law for substance abuse.
Even small amounts can land offenders up to 20 years in prison, and an influencer was reportedly deported from the country in June after they were caught smoking hashish on a live broadcast.
Kaz was still working in Dubai in February, when the city closed all bars and restaurants after large numbers of influencers had taken advantage of its relaxed attitude to Covid restrictions.
In March, Kaz posted a photograph of her bandaged shoulder on Instagram, after she sustained a nasty injury in a face-first fall.
She wrote the accompanying caption: "Fall down seven times. Stand up eight (even if it was face first into the pavement)."
She was propelled to fame on season four of Love Island, where she began going out with Josh Denzel.
They placed third on the reality show, but only lasted six months after exiting the villa.
Kaz went on to date fellow Islander Theo Campbell, but the pair announced their split in February last year.
The Daily Star has approached Kaz Crossley's representatives for comment.
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