Love Islands Ollie refuses to appear on Aftersun spin-off show after quitting following row with bosses


LOVE Island quitter Ollie Williams has snubbed ITV2 bosses and told them he wont appear on tonights live episode of Aftersun.

The toff, who quit the show after just three days, told pals he was angry about how he was edited during his short stint on the show.

Ollie Williams has snubbed a chance to appear on Love Island spin-off Aftersun

Host Laura Whitmore had been primed to quiz Ollie, who The Sun revealed organised wild animal trophy hunts, on his decision to walk away.

A TV insider said: Ollie has had a chance to watch the shows back and he is surprised and perplexed about way he came across.

He feels like he had a positive fun experience and they made him out to grumpy.

Ollies not happy with itv and has snubbed their offer to appear on Aftersun.

The Sun revealed how the toff was part of a company that ran hunting tours

After the whirlwind of leaving the show he is really surprised by way he has been edited.

Ollie, 23, missed out on a potential 50,000 prize pot by leaving the show.

Nearly 40,000 people signed a petition to have Ollie kicked out when it was revealed he was part of a company which ran hunting tours.

Ollie’s family home, the Lanhydrock Estate, was placed under 24-hour guard after animal rights activists targeted the 750,000 plot amid fury over his hunting.

Pals told The Sun how Ollie, second from right, was upset at how he came across on the show

His parents, Andrew and Clare Williams, have hired round-the-clock security to keep the estate safe after animal rights activists left them threats on an answer machine message.

Devon and Cornwall Police confirmed they were investigating alleged threats made to the former Love Island contestant.

The Sun has previously revealed photos of the viscount-in-waiting posing next to slaughtered animals in Africa, some of which were endangered.

Ollie posed up with the dead animals in now-deleted pictures

Photos showed the disgraced Love Islander posing beside a warthog, water buffalo and giant eland to promote his hunting business Cornish Sporting Agency which was taken offline in November 2018 and ran trips to South Africa and Mozambique to kill big game.

The giant eland a type of antelope has been listed as vulnerable by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.

An ITV spokeswoman said: We asked Ollie, but unfortunately he cant make it on this occasion.