Love Island star Kaz Crossley filmed snorting suspicious white substance in super-strict Dubai

LOVE Island star Kaz Crossley has been filmed snorting a suspicious white substance at a party.

Influencer Kaz, 26, is seen bending over a side table where chunky lines of powder appear to be laid out.

The video is alleged to have been filmed in Dubai in November last year as the UK was in lockdown.

No one was allowed to travel unless it was for work. But like many influencers at the time, Kaz — who boasts 1.2 million Instagram followers — was “working” in the United Arab Emirates city.

Her agent said at the time that Kaz had been there since October — so was therefore a resident rather than a tourist.

Kaz — who came third on the ITV2 reality series in 2018 — was filmed in an orange mini dress.

A picture posted on social media earlier in the evening showed her in the same dress with the caption: “So clean when I pull up to the scene.”

A shocked witness said: “Kaz was running with quite a hard partying crowd.

“She certainly isn’t as squeaky clean as she makes out online.”

Dubai has zero tolerance for drugs-related offences.

The penalties for possession of drugs, even residual amounts, are severe and punishable by up to 20 years imprisonment.

Kaz split from her Love Island beau, presenter Josh Denzel, in January 2019 — six months after reaching the show’s final in Majorca.

She went on to date ­athlete Theo Campbell — a previous Love Island star — before dumping him last year. She is currently single.

She has just bought her second home in Manchester, and is an avid traveller. As well as running her own hair accessories business, Kaz Bands, she has also fronted high-profile campaigns for Asda, Kiss nails, Boohoo and Inglot.

In an interview in 2019, she opened up about her healthy lifestyle and said: “In the summer I love to go on runs, and I go to the gym at least three times a week in winter.

“I love kick-boxing. I enjoy eating healthily + lots of salads.”

The Sun on Sunday approached Kaz’s agents for comment.

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