Why did Niall Aslam leave Love Island, does he have Asperger syndrome and what was his Instagram post?

Why did Niall Aslam leave Love Island, does he have Asperger syndrome and what was his Instagram post?

December 7, 2018

But in a shocking twist, the Coventry student quit the show. Here's all you need to know about why he left the villa…

When did Niall Aslam leave Love Island 2018?

On June 12, 2018, it was sensationally revealed Niall had quit Love Island for "personal reasons".

His fellow Islanders were informed he had left the villa, with the announcement: “For personal reasons, unfortunately, he can’t continue or come back to the Villa.”

The 23-year-old first coupled up with Kendall on the show before getting close to Georgia and was last seen on a date with new-girl Megan.

After he quit  The Sun Online exclusively revealed how Niall's friends "couldn't get hold of him" after finding out about his shock exit.

One pal, who asked not to be named, told us: “We don't know what's gone on and we haven’t spoken to him so we’re in the dark.”

A source has now revealed to The Sun Online that Niall left the Love Island villa for "health reasons".

On June 28, Niall broke his silence and revealed he has Asperger syndrome.

What has Niall said about having Asperger syndrome?

Niall posted an emotional statement on Instagram which addressed having Asperger  syndrome and why he left Love Island.

He said: "Right, so here it goes…for this post I am putting my laying it on thick brush down and hoping to hit the nation with a love potion.

"For far too long I have suffered in silence and not acknowledged a massive fact about my life which going into the villa has led me to finally realise and accept.

"When I was a young child I was diagnosed with asperges [sic] syndrome, a fact that until this post has never shared outside of my close family. Growing up was extremely difficult for me and I often felt out of place.

"I always felt that people didn't understand me, yet I was afraid to reveal my true scales as I did not want the label or stigma that was attached to it.

"But now I think it is important that I come forward, not only so that I can finally be honest with myself and to those around me, but also so that other individuals in my position can embrace their true colours.

"It's not been an easy ride for me to come to terms with this fact but I am glad that I can now accept who I am, and am looking forward to my next chapter."


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