Love Island winner Kem Cetinay is helping police as a witness after the Mercedes he was driving collided with a motorbike, leaving the rider dead.

The 26-year-old reality star was unharmed in the crash in Romford, east London on Thursday and the Metropolitan Police said he stopped at the scene and was not arrested.

He is assisting the investigation as a "witness", according to his agent.

A statement by the Metropolitan Police said the police were called to an incident at around 11.30am on 4 August for a collision in Shepherds Hill.

Police and the London Ambulance Service attended the scene where a Mercedes car had been in collision with a motorcycle.

They said that despite the efforts of medics, a 28-year-old male motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene at around noon.

It added that the driver of the car stopped at the scene and is currently assisting police with their enquiries. He was not arrested.

A spokesperson for Cetinay confirmed the TV personality was involved in a road traffic accident close to his home at approximately 11.30am on Thursday.

They added: "Tragically, a motorcyclist died in the collision. Kem has been assisting the police and is being treated purely as a witness to the incident.

"Kem will be making no further comment on this matter aside to offer his deepest condolences, prayers and sympathies to the motorcyclist’s family and friends."

Cetinay won ITV reality show Love Island in 2017 with his partner Amber Davis.