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Love Island’s Anna Vakili reveals she was arrested and spent the night in a cell for fighting with her sister

Love Island’s Anna Vakili has revealed she was arrested and spent the night in a cell last year, after getting into a row with her sister Mandi in London.

The 31-year-old was fighting with her younger sister outside The Dorchester hotel on April 11 when police officers arrested them both on suspicion of common assault.

Speaking to The Sun, Anna said: “My sister and I sometimes have a bit too much to drink in central London, and we end up getting into arguments with each other.”

“Not long ago we ended up spending the night in jail,” she explained. “We got arrested for fighting each other – it wasn’t even a physical fight.”

“Mandi scratched my neck and it was bleeding a tiny bit. It was the tiniest little scratch, and the worst part of this is, that I called the police!”

“We were handcuffed and put into a police van outside The Dorchester.”

Anna also claimed she initially called the police over fears she was going to be kidnapped.

Recalling the moment the police arrived, her sister Mandi said: “When the feds came Anna was like a proper snitch crying. She shouted: ‘It was her! Look what she’s done to my neck!'”

Anna, who appeared on the 2019 series of Love Island, added: “I never thought in a million years that we’d get arrested. And once they put the handcuffs on I yelled, ‘I lied – it wasn’t her!'”

The sisters have claimed they spent 14 hours at the police station, and were quizzed by cops.

The 31-year-old said: “I was so stubborn – they offered me clothing and I refused to take it, and I was shivering the whole night. I was banging on the doors shouting, ‘You can’t do this!'”

“The next morning during my video interview, I told them I would sue them, and that she was my sister.”

“I was saying, ‘have you never had a fight with your sister? I love my sister more than anything in this world.'”

Meanwhile, a spokesman for Met police said: “Police were called at approximately 00:06hrs on Sunday, 11 April to reports of a disturbance in Park Lane, W1.”

“Officers attended and spoke to a witness who reported seeing two women involved in an altercation. No injuries were reported.”

“Two women, aged 29 and 30, were arrested on suspicion of common assault and taken into custody. Following enquiries it was established that no further action was necessary and both were released from custody.”


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