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Jack Fincham's ex Casey Ranger has lashed out at the former Love Island star and accused him of not seeing his daughter Blossom since April.
The NHS worker hit out in an Instagram post on Friday and claimed that Jack "isn't worthy of being a father".
In a lengthy post on the social media platform, Casey claimed: "I have forgiven things that should never have been forgiven – but I did, for the sake of my daughter & him being a part of her life.
"Sadly, he has let her down each time & proved on MANY occasions that he isn’t worthy of being a “father”."
OK! has reached out to Jack's representative for comment.
Casey's post surfaced after Jack jetted to Portugal alone following his recent split from Frankie Sims.
Jack also suffered a recent brush with police when he was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of drugs, and was later charged with two counts of drug driving offences.
Appearing in court in July, he pleaded not guilty to two drug driving charges. As he arrived at the court with his stepdad Fraser McManus, Jack could be seen in a black patterned shirt and khaki trousers.
Jack only spoke in court in order to give his name, date of birth and enter his two not guilty pleas.
Jack’s solicitor told the court that he hadn’t taken cocaine, and that the test results may have been invalid because it took nearly five months to carry out the forensic analysis.
"He denies consuming any cocaine. There's not a great deal more I can say at this stage,” Connor Johnstone, Jack’s solicitor, said.
Jack’s trial has been set for December 9 at Maidstone Magistrates Court, where Jack will stand before a district judge.
The Love Island star has been released on unconditional bail, but he was warned that if he didn’t turn up to his next hearing he’d be fined or jailed.
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Chair of the bench Louise Bryant said: “Your trial has been listed for December 9, you must be at the court at 9.15am for a 10am start.
"You are released on unconditional bail, but you must come back , if you don't, that's a separate offence which could lead to fines or imprisonment."
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