Pregnant Shaughna Phillips breaks silence on boyfriend Billy's drugs arrest | The Sun
PREGNANT Shaughna Phillips has broken her silence after her boyfriend was charged with drug offences.
Billy Webb, 29, was busted by cops earlier this month in a dramatic raid.
Now former Love Island star Shaughna has opened up about the prospect of being a single parent after it was revealed she hasn't spoken to him since the arrest.
She said: "After a challenging few weeks, obviously, the baby's father isn't around. But my main focus has always been just to prepare for the birth and try to be as calm as possible."
Shaughna added to OK! Magazine: "I'm good at just saying, 'Right, the show must go on'.
"Billy's not around, but I don't want to say that I'm doing it on my own, because I'm absolutely not – my family's incredible.
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"It's going to be different, but I don't want to say it's going to be bad."
Police allegedly recovered cocaine and MDMA in the raid before a follow-up search at a nearby address revealed a larger haul of illicit substances.
A rep for the reality star told The Sun: "Shaughna had absolutely no knowledge of any activity involving the allegations against Billy.
"Despite being in a long term relationship with the defendant, Shaughna has no links with the address in question, and will be openly assisting the police with their enquiries.
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"We kindly ask the public to be mindful of the imminent birth of Shaughna’s baby and allow her some privacy during this difficult and stressful time."
Webb has been charged with one count of possession with intent to supply a Class A drug and one count of being concerned in the supply of controlled drugs.
If found guilty, the real estate agent could face up to 16 years in jail.
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