MARRID at First Sight star George Roberts has been arrested however will nonetheless seem on the favored E4 present.
Police are investigating the 40-year-old over allegations of harassment and coercive management, the Met says.
It comes after The Solar instructed how three of his ex-girlfriends expressed concern after seeing him in a trailer for the present.
Different girls have now come ahead and voiced their very own issues, a supply claimed.
Monetary adviser Mr Roberts, a father-of-four, denies any wrongdoing.
The Met Police mentioned: “A 40-year-old man was arrested in Worcestershire on Thursday 29 September on suspicion of controlling and coercive behaviour.
“He was taken to a police station and launched on bail pending additional enquiries.”
The choice by present bosses to go forward with the pre-recorded present, which airs each night time of the week, has raised eyebrows among the many girls concerned.
They embody April Banbury, 33, the previous Mrs Nice Britain whom he married on the present in a non-legal ceremony.
A supply near her instructed The Solar: “April is having a really troublesome time in the intervening time. She by no means desires to see him once more.”
One other insider defined: “This has been kicking round for some time, however now the police are concerned, so lots of people concerned within the present thought they need to take it off the air – or at the very least rerun it.
“This grew to become a nightmare for the community, which didn’t know in regards to the allegations in his previous earlier than.”
It’s feared that by persevering with to air reveals with Mr Roberts, Channel 4 bosses are selling a optimistic picture of him, probably making him enticing to different girls, whereas police think about the allegations severe sufficient to arrest him.
April hinted on-line final week that the connection was over.
She wrote: “The trauma that was attributable to this present made me reevaluate issues. I am not ashamed to confess it, I have been to a therapist.”
Charity Girls’s Support mentioned the leisure business ought to ship a transparent message that any allegations of home abuse have to be completely investigated. Channel 4 didn’t remark.