Steph has returned to social media following the alleged incident
The Irish model and fellow CBB star was arrested as he arrived back in the UK from Ireland on Thursday morning (10th March) following allegations he assaulted his former girlfriend and mother of his child.
But after keeping quiet since the alleged attack happened over a week ago, now Steph has broken her silence by posting an adorable photo of son, Caben-Albi‘s new bedroom.
The new mum showed off her impressive handy work on her two-month-old’s little nursery in a cute new, Instagram picture.
The sweet snap shows a beautiful cot and heaps of cuddly toys along with the caption: ‘Cabens wardrobes and Cot up in his new room. Still lots to do but it finally feels like home.
‘Thank you to my dad for helping all today and Building Everything hope your backs not to sore. Just to finish it off now.’
Loads of fans were quick to point out how cute the tot’s new home is with one writing: ‘@stephaniedavis88 you’ve provided such a beautiful home for your adorable little man, be proud of everything you’ve achieved, Caben will be so proud of you xx’, and another adding: ‘Beautiful he’s a lucky little boy having a lovely home! Well Done Mammy!’
The post comes after 27-year-old Jeremy flew back to Liverpool from Ireland and voluntarily handed himself over to police in Merseyside earlier this week, following the allegations.
A spokesperson for Merseyside police confirmed: ‘Following a report of an assault at an address in (Liverpool), a man has this morning (March 16) been arrested. A 27-year-old man from Liverpool city centre has been arrested on suspicion of assault and criminal damage after voluntarily attending a police station on Merseyside. He remains in police custody for questioning.’
A complaint was made on Sunday and 23-year-old Steph was reported to have been left ‘really shaken‘ after calling the police. However a representative for Jez has since released a statement to The Sun which reads: ‘Jeremy denies any wrong doing, however he is fully cooperating with the police in their investigations.’