Pictures of Love Island’s Ollie hunting animals have emerged
Love Island fans want him banned from the show
Pictures of new winter Love Island contestant Ollie Williams posing with hunted animals have emerged.
The pictures were first posted on Instagram but have since been deleted. One was captioned: “You’ve gotta love it when you put your binos up and see a bull like this on the other end! Another happy client with his awesome eland bull! Enquire on the website today!”
In the pictures, Ollie is seen posing beside a dead warthog, water buffalo and giant eland to promote his hunting business Cornish Sporting Agency. The giant eland is listed as a vulnerable species and has already disappeared from areas it was once native to.
The website for the agency was reportedly taken down just before it was announced that Ollie was going to be part of the winter Love Island 2020 cast.
Ollie is the heir to his family home the Lanhydrock Estate in Cornwall. He will become the Lord of the Manor after his father dies or abdicates as he is the eldest of his three siblings. Ollie Williams’ home is worth £9m.
A source close to Ollie denied that he has been hunting for sport. They told the Sun: “It is categorically untrue to suggest Ollie is involved in hunting for sport. Ollie is a passionate conservationist and worked with an anti-poaching unit in Mozambique.” Ollie’s LinkedIn profile also lists him as working against poaching. He is listed as an “anti-poaching assistant” for two months.
Love Island fans are disgusted that he is still able to take part in the show. One tweet says: “Why has Ollie Williams been allowed to contend? Ironic that he’s on the South African series considering the time he spent there murdering animals.”
— katie cummins (@kt_beezknees) January 11, 2020
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