E4 producers have suspended the 22-year-old reality star pending an investigating into footage taken at a house party where she can be seen snorting white powder.

The video was filmed on the night of the 24 September after a night out at Soho DSTRK night club. The fine art photographer can be seen kneeling at a coffee table with three lines of white powder in front of her. In the footage, she is rolling up a bank note, sniffs one of the lines and proceeds to lick her fingers, dabbing the rest of the powder into her mouth.

There is reported to have been 30 people at the party, most of whom Olivia knew however there were some strangers around her.

The blonde new comer to the show, can also be heard saying, "I'm on a TV show so people write s*** all the time. I quite like reading these articles" on the video first leaked by The Sun newspaper.

Who is Liv Bentley?

Introduced as the direct descendent of Bentley Motors founder, W.O Bentley, Liv made her debut on the reality show earlier this year.

The ex-public school girl lives with her parents in Oxfordshire and has made waves on her arrival, making headlines with her Francis Boule summer romance.

Specialising in nude photography, the outspoken tomboy shared a romantic history with MIC veteran Sam Thompson, initially causing tension between the former's other half, Tiffany Watson.

History repeats itself...

This is not the first time the show's cast members have found themselves in hot water over drug abuse allegations.

In February 2016, it was speculated that Spencer Matthews, the villain of the series, had been axed from filming the next series due to a steroid addiction. This was also the alleged reason he left the jungle after a three day stint on I'm a Celebrity, Get me out of Here.

Back in 2014, a picture emerged of three cast members posing beside a table of drug paraphernalia. Louise Thompson, 24, Jamie Laing, 25, and Alexandra 'Binky' Felstead, 24, were snapped during a night out in New York posing in front of a table holding a rolled-up bank note and a line of white powder.