Mike Boateng has announced he has been cleared of all charges after being accused of "gross misconduct" during his time at Greater Manchester Police.

The 28 year old hit the headlines earlier this year when it was revealed he had been placed under investigation by his former employers before heading into the Love Island villa.

But Mike, who found romance with Priscilla Anyabu on the hit ITV2 show, has now shared an update on his case with his 464,000 Instagram followers.

He wrote in a statement: "Today I had my final hearing regarding 'gross misconduct' whilst serving at Greater Manchester Police.

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"As you are aware, love the past 4 months, I have been subjected to public scrutiny.

"This involved members of the press harassing my family and friends and my public image being tainted through lies created by the press.

"Before today's hearing the majority of the allegations I faced were dropped. I have now been CLEARED of ALL false allegations, as well as being able to resume work within the public services (including the GMP) should I choose to.

"This has been a culmination of over three years of mistreatment. Now that all allegations have been dropped, this entire ordeal has come to an end.

"I give all glory to God. I would like to thank Judy Khan QC (Garden Court Chambers), Sahar Handford (JMW Solicitors), Terry Mcmillan (GMP) and my family for their support and help during this time.

"To anyone facing any kind of injustice — please never give up. The truth will always come out."

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He simply captioned his post: "Clean hearts win" as he fans rushed to support him.

One wrote: "Hope for the best so sorry to hear about its so sad because on love island i didn’t like you but I do now because you one of the realest to come out same with molly and tommy last year as they were called fake but to think about it they are the realest. [sic]

"This just shows that you shouldn’t judge people to fast it’s just a show and I’m sorry with my whole heart you had to go through this sending love to you and Priscilla."

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A second added: "Enemies are in Shame now We thank the Most High GOD."

While a third wrote: "The truth always comes out happy that you're free of the drama. Wishing you healing."

As a final fan commented: "congratulations, I've faced this ordeal before and I know what it's like. Keep doing your thing."

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