TV presenter Caroline Flack has stepped down as the host of Love Island.
It comes after she was arrested and charged with an alleged assault on Friday.
Ms Flack had been presenting the popular reality TV series Love Island since 2015, and was set to front the first winter edition of the show next month.
However last Friday she was arrested and charged with assault.
Confirming her resignation from the show on Instagram, she said she didn't want to 'detract attention from the upcoming series'.
She added that allegations around her arrest were 'not as reported' in the media.
The TV presenter said: "I am committed to co-operating with the appropriate authorities and I can't comment further on these matters until the legal process is over."
Following the presenter's decision, an ITV spokesperson told BBC: "ITV has a long-standing relationship with Caroline and we understand and accept her decision.
"We will remain in contact with her over the coming months about future series of Love Island."
Yesterday, Ms Flack's boyfriend Lewis Burton issued a statement of his own, saying he was tired of the 'lies and abuse' directed at her since reports first emerged on Friday.
Ms Flack is due to appear before Highbury Magistrates Court on Monday.