Yazmin Oukhellou ‘Banned’ From Boyfriend Jake McLean’s Funeral

Yazmin Oukhellou has reportedly been 'banned from boyfriend Jake McLean's funeral'.
Credit: @yazminoukhellou/Instagram

Yazmin Oukhellou has been ‘banned from boyfriend Jake McLean’s funeral’, according to The Sun

The Only Way Is Essex star’s on/off partner died, aged 33, in a car crash last month while the pair were in Turkey.

A source reportedly told The Sun that 28-year-old was told by McLean’s family that she would ‘not be allowed to say goodbye’.

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“Yaz feared she would not be able to attend Jake’s funeral and her worst nightmare came true when it was made clear she would not be welcome,” the insider is believed to have said.

“She has been left traumatised after the crash and to now not be allowed to say goodbye has been awful for her.”

They reportedly went on to add that Oukhellou ‘insists there were no arguments’ and that she and McLean were ‘happy’ before the tragedy.

“Yaz will pay her own tribute to Jake privately,” the alleged source claimed.

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Following McLean’s funeral, the reality TV star took to Instagram and paid tribute.

She penned: “I have been taking some time away from social media to fully focus on my mental and physical recovery. I needed this time away to work on healing and processing everything as best as I can.

Jake McLean and Yazmin Oukhellou.
Credit: @yazminoukhellou/Instagram

“This has taught me that life is so short and we must cherish our loved ones as much as possible.

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“I am so grateful for our memories and the special time that Jake and I shared. I’ve not stopped thinking about him and I’ll miss him always. He will forever hold a special place in my heart.”

Oukhellou’s followers have taken to the comments and shared their support during this difficult time.

“Yazmin I’m so proud of how you have coped with everything you have been through. I would never wish this on anybody on what has happened to you. You are the strongest person I know and I’m so grateful to still have you in my life,” one wrote. “I love you much.”

A second penned: “Stay focused on your recovery and take care of yourself with all the people who love and care for you, nothing else matters.”

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