Too Hot To Handle's Nicole O'Brien, 23, Lydia Clyma, 22, and David Birtwistle, 28, don't care about social distancing amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The three Netflix stars flouted the nationwide lockdown rules as they spent the weekend at Nicole's London flat in Greenwich where they kept her neighbours up all night making a racket by playing "drinking games" and "doing shots."
A resident who lives at the development has shared with Mirror Online that the threesome's raucous get together started at 8.30pm on Saturday evening and went onto the early hours of Sunday morning.
The source exclusively told Mirror Online that Lydia - who arrived at Nicole's earlier in the day - was hard to miss as she rocked up in her distinctive purple 4x4 with a personalised number plate.
Later on the two girls then headed out and returned with David - and that is when the party started.
The angered resident told: "They continued to party in the flat until past midnight - doing shots and drinking games.
"Clearly the contestants haven’t learnt from their experience on the show - one can only imagine what happened next between the contestants locked up without Lana giving them any fine..."
In a snap taken from the night the trio can be seen standing on Nicole's balcony.
The London flat owner also added that Lydia's garish car has ruffled a number of feather in the complex as when she came to visit Nicole around a month ago she had taken the space of an NHS doctor.
They told: "When confronted by the concierge and residents committee Lydia claimed she was borrowing the car and that she herself was a key worker."
Mirror Online have reached out to Netflix for comment.
Too Hot To Handle was an overnight success when it was released this year on streaming site Netflix.
The hot and hunky contestants were forbidden from any form of sexual contact during the show and if they indulged themselves money was deducted from the $100,000 (￡80,000) prize fund.
A kiss cost $3,000 (￡2,430) a time sex cost $20,000 (￡15,000).
A listening device named Lana was placed in every room of the deluxe villa alongside cameras that picked up any rule breaking.
*Too Hot To Handle is streaming on Netflix now
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