Love Island’s Jack Fincham was pictured decked out in £3,500 designer gear while doing community service at a charity shop over the weekend.
The reality star, 31, won the fourth series of the ITV2 dating show alongside then-girlfriend Dani Dyer, and the couple split the £50,000 cash prize.
Since then, Jack has been hit with a driving ban and charged with two counts of drug-driving after crashing his BMW into a traffic island two days after taking cocaine last month.
And now, Jack has been pictured completing his community service at a Sue Ryder shop in Kent.
In pictures obtained by The Sun, Jack appeared in high spirits as he served customer at the charity shop, where he works between 9.30am and 4pm.
Love Island’s Jack Fincham was pictured decked out in £3,500 designer gear while doing community service at a charity shop over the weekend (pictured in an Instagram photo shared on Sunday)
Jack was dressed in a £135 Fila tracksuit and £845 coat, teamed with a £30 Hugo Boss hat, a £1,930 Louis Vuitton holdall and a £509 Gucci bag.
An onlooker told the publication: ‘I walked by a few times throughout the day and saw him sitting down with a cup of tea quite a bit. He was friendly and smiley and chatting with customers.’
It comes after Jack admitted he has ‘never been happier’ since he returned to his old job selling pens, following his three year driving ban.
Jack has credited his old firm for getting him ‘back on the straight and narrow’, according to The Sun.
Speaking to the publication, he said: ‘I’m back to work now and having a routine keeps me sane, it gives me a purpose, right? That’s why I’m so happy.
‘After Love Island I had more money than I knew what to do with. I could go out on a Wednesday and not have to worry about getting up for work early the next day.
‘I’ve been gradually falling to pieces since 2018… then the money ran out.’
Jack won Love Island’s £50k prize with his then-girlfriend Dani Dyer in 2018.
The reality star recently broke his silence about his secret stint in rehab after his drug addiction became too much for him to handle.
In pictures obtained by The Sun , Jack appeared in high spirits as he served customer at the charity shop, where he works between 9.30am and 4pm
Jack became addicted to cocaine and diazepam pills after he was thrust into the limelight.
At one point, Jack was taking at least 30 diazepam pills a day before his mother tricked him when he was high and he found himself in rehab.
Speaking to The Sun, Jack confessed: ‘Death was on the cards for me, it was imminent.’
The night before he went to rehab he had taken a high quantities of sleeping and anti-anxiety tablets and was completely unaware of where he was or what he was doing.
His mum, Samantha, then told her son to pack a bag as she suggested he ‘go away for a while’.
Jack recalled being totally out of it and didn’t even question where he was going.
‘I got in there and then realised ‘s*** I’m not coming out of here now. I started kicking off, shouting “I don’t need to be here, I’m not like that, I don’t have a problem”.’
Jack has now been clean since August, in his longest drug-free spell since he left the Love Island villa.
Addiction: At one point, Jack was taking at least 30 diazepam pills a day before his mum (pictured) tricked him when he was high and he found himself in rehab
Where it all started: The former Love Island star, who won the show in 2018 with girlfriend at the time Dani Dyer, became addicted to cocaine and diazepam pills after he was thrust into the limelight (pictured on the show)
The star revealed that he wouldn’t be here today if he hadn’t received help: ‘If I had carried on how I was, even up to six months ago, I would definitely be dead. Without a shadow of a doubt.’
It hasn’t been an easy journey for Jack, who suffered from crippling anxiety and terrifying hallucinations whenever he tried to get clean.
Jack attended The Haynes Clinic in Bedfordshire for rehab back in November 2020, yet he relapsed after just months after his treatment.
The influencer has now returned to his job as a pens salesman while he gets back on his feet and continues to attend therapy and Narcotics Anonymous meetings.