ITV has condemned death threats sent to SLOTXO Love Island contestant Chloe Burrows, calling them "wholly unacceptable". On Wednesday night's show, Burrows chose to recouple with Aaron Francis, leaving Shannon Singh single. The move resulted in Shannon departing the dating programme, causing people to send threats to Burrows online, with some encouraging her to kill herself. In a message posted to her Instagram, the 25-year-old's family described the trolling as "absolutely disgusting". "This morning we woke up to yet another DM [direct message] encouraging Chloe to kill herself - there have been hundreds," they wrote. "Not only that, but people are flooding her inbox threatening to kill her themselves. People... this is a game show, there is a cash prize!" The family said they understood the "frustration" around Singh's eviction - but that Burrows, from Bicester in Oxfordshire, "does not deserve to die" as a result. "Have the deaths of Sophie, Mike, and Caroline taught us nothing?" they added, referring to former contestants Sophie Gradon, Mike Thalassitis and ex-host Caroline Flack. All three died by suicide, although their deaths were not linked to the show or social media trolling.