Stephanie Davis has been released on bail after she was arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.
The 24-year-old actress was detained by police on Sunday (02.07.17) following an alleged brawl with her on/off boyfriend Jeremy McConnell at the Royal Chace Hotel in Enfield, North London - but she's now been released and bailed to a date in late July.
The investigation into the incident is continuing, according to Mirror Online, which has published photographs of Jeremy walking through Dublin Airport sporting two black eyes and a busted nose yesterday afternoon (03.07.17).
This comes shortly after a spokesperson for Scotland Yard confirmed the actress was admitted to hospital because she fell unwell after being taken into custody by officers.
The spokesperson said: "Police in Enfield were called to a hotel in The Ridgeway, EN2 at 11pm on Sunday, 2 July following reports of an assault. Officers attended and arrested a 24-year-old woman on suspicion of GBH. She has been taken to a north London police station for questioning.
"She was subsequently taken to hospital after becoming unwell where she remains at this time. Her condition is not believed to be serious."
However, it's not yet known if Stephanie's hospital dash was down to injuries she sustained during the alleged row with the 28-year-old TV star or whether it was caused by something else.
But eye witnesses have claimed that the pair - who have five-month-old son Caben-Albi together - had been drinking alcohol all day at a nearby Wetherspoons when things turned sour.
Black cab driver Roger Osborn said: "I got here at about 9pm and they were already here and they had had plenty of drink. It looked like he was bullying her and she was shouting at him as well.
"At one point he had a go at us and started swearing at some of the other customers. We didn't get involved. We just wanted to come down to our local and have a drink and we didn't want any trouble. He was being aggressive but she was giving it back as well. They were both pretty drunk and they were as bad as each other."
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