It’s just over a month since Jeremy McConnell was found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend Stephanie Davis.
And her mum proved she’s still got her daughter’s back today, tagging her in a meme about "toxic relationships.”
"When a toxic person can no longer control you, they will try to control how others see you,” read the message tweeted by Pauline Davis.
“The misinformation will feel unfair, but stay above it, trusting that other people will eventually see the truth, just like you did.”
It comes after it was revealed that Jeremy will be scrubbing graffiti as part of his sentence, and could even be forced to work in a charity shop.
The disgraced Irish model, who in August was found guilty of beating Steph while she was holding their eight-week-old son Caben-Albi, narrowly avoided a jail sentence when the judge handed down her verdict.
Instead of doing time behind bars, McConnell was given a suspended 20-week prison sentence and told to carry out 200 hours of community service, as well as complete a Building Better Relationships course with the Probation Service.
In addition, he was ordered to do 15 days of Rehabilitation Activity Requirements.
Now, details of what the unpaid 200 hours of work will entail have emerged - and he'll be starting next week.
According to the Daily Star , McConnell must carry out one of three tasks.
The first is scrubbing graffiti off walls under the government's Community Payback scheme.
He could also be instructed to decorate council-owned areas, or to work in a charity shop for free.
It's likely he'll be carrying out his unpaid work in Cardiff, where he's moved in with Beauty School Cop Outs co-star Richard Cull after the reality star offered him a place to stay to keep him out of jail.
McConnell's legal team said in court that the Irish model would benefit from rehabilitation - and argued that was "the key" to keep him off cocaine and away from Stephanie.
"Mr McConnell has clearly had a number of demons in his past that need to be addressed," said his lawyer before the judge passed down her sentence.
"A community sentence would be able to address any issues in Mr McConnell’s personal life, any risk of reoffending or any risk of harm to any people could be addressed by the Probation Service."
Ex- Celebrity Big Brother star McConnell is yet to express his remorse for his violent attack on the mother of his child - something the judge mentioned in court, after he maintained his innocence throughout the trial.
Jeremy returned to his home town of Dublin after his sentencing and was soon being linked to a pretty makeup artist, after being spotted cosying up to her on a number of nights out.
Blonde bombshell Mandi Flood was pictured holding hands with McConnell in poses that looked more romantic than just friendly - something that reportedly enraged Stephanie when she heard about the snaps.
A rep for Jeremy insisted he and Mandi were just friends.