Growing up: Asked why she stopped visiting him, she said 'You get kind of fed up, one day he was out at my grandparents and knocking on the door and I didn't want to see him.
I thought "you're doing bad things, I don't know you any more" 'Maya, who previously presented the Channel 5 documentary Swipe Right for Sex, reveals whether she reconnects with her dad or not in the Channel 5 Star documentary.'It was a journey for me.
It became normal, almost like a road trip.'Asked why she stopped visiting him, she added: 'I got a bit older and it was annoying, I didn't want to go and visit. He was constantly re-offending.'You get kind of fed up, one day he was out at my grandparents and knocking on the door and I didn't want to see him.I thought "you're doing bad things, I don't know you any more".In the documentary I decide whether I want to meet up with him or not,' she said.Maya previously revealed that she felt responsible for her father going to prison, because told police where he was hiding when they came to their house.'From a young age you blame yourself.Up until her death, she had been living with her fiancé Owen (whom she later revealed had been her third serious relationship, her previous two having ended when her first boyfriend posted naked pictures of her on the Internet and when her second boyfriend drunkenly invited her mother to form a threesome).
Following her death, she haunted the house in which she and Owen had lived while she was alive, and which Owen was now running as landlord (eventually renting it out to George and Mitchell).
Stormzy and Maya have been dating for over a year now - first choosing to keep their relationship private, before going public as an item in 2016.
Fans will have seen Maya in some of Stormzy's music videos, as she makes an appearance in the video for his hit track Big For Your Boots.
When George and Nina are both killed in a war against the vampires, Annie takes responsibility for their daughter Eve, along with new housemates Tom Mc Nair and Hal.
In the Series 4 finale she sacrifices herself and baby Eve to destroy the Old Ones with a bomb Tom made.
The presenter, 22, revealed on the show that her father has been in jail since she was three - and admitted she stopped talking to him as she was 'fed up' of him doing 'bad things.' And rapper Stormzy praised her bravery - tweeting: 'Maya Jama on Loose Women right now' followed by a crown emoji.4Music host Maya appeared on Loose Women to talk about her 5STAR documentary, titled When Dad Kills: Murdered in the Family - which explores how children are affected if they have a parent in jail.