Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online at BOXPARK Croydon, Jessica Gale's twin spoke candidly about public perception and internet trolls.
Reassuringly, Eve did confirm that the horrid online bullies, who had gone as far as issuing terrifying death threats, seemed to have backed off since she had returned home from the villa.
Speaking about the response from the public after her stint on the ITV favourite, the former VIP hostess said: "I actually haven't faced that much hate, nobody's been nasty to my face.
"Since coming out of the villa, I've not experienced too many hate messages, it's all been quite positive."
During her time on-screens, Eve hadn't always received positivity from viewers and noticed an abundance of frightening comments when she eventually took charge of her social media account again.
She added: "While in the villa I was getting hate mail and death threats which is expected really."
Eve and her identical twin sister Jess Gale, popularity sky rocketed when it was announced that they would enter the luxurious pad as the first ever twins to compete together.
During their short lived time in the house, they certainly caused quite a stir, initially baffling viewers with how the double act would actually pan out fairly.
Needless to say, fans of the programme didn't have to worry about the process involved for too long as Eve's stint on the show came to a swift end and she became the first ever person to exit the South African villa.
Naz Majeed, 23, had the excruciatingly difficult task of selecting one of the remaining sisters to form a couple with - effectively finishing the other twin's journey of finding love.
After deliberating for some time, Naz eventually selected Jess, meaning that Eve's stint on Love Island came to a close.
Love Island continues tonight on ITV2 at 9pm