The boyfriend of Babestation model Chloe Love has shared the pair’s heart-wrenching last words from days before her tragic death.
Chloe, whose real name was Amy Gregory, was found hanged in her bathroom by her mother earlier this month after partner Lewys Montague got in touch to share his concerns for her welfare.
Lewys, 28, has revealed he had a feeling that something was wrong with the 24-year-old glamour model when she stopped returning his messages.
While he admitted the pair had a falling out, he said they had made up and he took her to her favourite restaurant to celebrate her birthday on December 29.
Speaking to the Daily Star, Lewys said: “Me and Amy had a little bit of an argument on December 27, so we didn’t speak until the 29th (her birthday).
“I rang her and said babe I can’t leave you on your birthday, I was the only one who was going to see her that day so I said I’m sorry let’s go to your favourite restaurant. Her favourite food was Italian.
“I dropped her off at around 6am and I didn’t hear from her for around three or four days.”
He continued to say that the star would usually be in frequent contact with him, so when she failed to respond he messaged her sister to ask if she’d heard from her.
Lewys said that when she said she hadn’t, that is when he “put two and two together” and got in touch with her mum.
“Her mother went down there and then the police rang me at 7 pm and said they were going to tell me some news and then I just knew from there that was it,” he said.
He said he had an excruciating wait to find out what had happened from that moment and didn’t hear anything else until after midnight.
The pair had enjoyed a whirlwind romance since first getting together in March last year.
He revealed how he had met “the most amazing girl” and they quickly became inseparable. He also said he enjoyed being supportive of her work.
He also opened up about the pair’s dreams of marriage and having kids together and said the star’s death was “surreal”.
“The future was so bright for both of us,” he expressed. “It’s so hard to sit down and realise that. It’s surreal, I just think she’s going to knock on the door and say ‘I’m here’.”