Love Island’s Jonny Mitchell once whisked a girl to Bali for a date that turned into a two-week holiday and cost him a whopping £50,000.
The reality star flew his love interest first class to the exotic Indonesian island and treated her to an idyllic stay at a five-star villa.
Sources exclusively revealed to MailOnline that the 26-year-old’s romantic gesture wasn’t enough however, as the couple later went their separate ways.
‘Jonny really splashes out on some extravagant things, including when he flew a girl out to Bali for what turned out to be a 2 week date and cost him £50,000,’ the insider said.
‘They stayed in a five-star villa for two weeks, as well as living life to the full and going wild whilst they were out there.
‘They didn’t end up staying together but they had fun and it was an experience for them both.’
It comes amid claims Jonny, who is dating Made In Chelsea’s Stephanie Pratt, is set to become a millionaire within a year after raking in almost £100,000 a month.
The reality star could earn a staggering £1.2million by next November if he continues to earn big from foreign exchange trading deals.
‘Jonny has been using Forex to trade since he was younger and predict trends that he can cash in on,’ a source told MailOnline.
‘Using small amounts of money on tips and trends he predicts can be profitable, knowing when to pull out of the trades is key and he has an art to that to cash in’.
‘His success has gone to an all time high with him making on average £100,000 per month for past 2 months,’ a source told The Sun.
And Jonny hasn’t been shy about documenting his trips abroad with new girlfriend Stephanie, who he started dating in early August.
The pair enjoyed a romantic holiday in Croatia soon after they started dating and jetted off to Bali in September.
News of Jonny’s impressive earnings come several months after it was claimed he is a ‘fake millionaire’.
While an Instagram stalk into his past will reveal luxury cars, first class travel and an abundance of cash ready to be flaunted at his every whim – it’s been claimed the reality star’s lavish lifestyle is nothing but a facade.
The Mercedes Benz belongs to his father, the Cartier watch is a fake, the exotic holidays are ‘throwback’ photos and his plush pad he purports to live in is, in fact, rented from Airbnb.
‘Jonny isn’t a millionaire. His Instagram profile isn’t a true representation of his life,’ a source close to Jonny revealed to The Sun.
‘The white Mercedes-Benz pictured on his page belongs to his dad and the apartment is rented from Airbnb,’ they added.
The insider also claimed his constant social media snaps of pristine blue waters and luxury hotels are from a few holidays with an ex-girlfriend, which give the impression he’s constantly abroad.
The source then added: ‘Most of his designer watches are fakes, he barely works and the majority of his time is spent in the gym.’