Love Island’s Ollie Williams hosts shooting parties in more blood sport pics

Unearthed pictures of Love Island’s Ollie Williams have further revealed the aristocrat’s love of blood sports amid a shocking trophy hunting scandal.

The 23-year-old landowner has been accused of game hunting with pictures showing him posing beside dead animals including a warthog, water buffalo and giant eland to allegedly promote hunting business Cornish Sporting Agency.

In more snaps unearthed by today, the Love Island contestant can be see posing in hunting gear on his family’s estate.

One of the images is captioned: “Kitted him out good and proper didn’t I! #shooting #Australiancountrybumpkin,” and features Ollie with a pal wearing ties, caps and wellies.

Another reads: “Amazing day and great company! Estate records were broken and almost in theatrical form. #shooting,” as he poses with his friends, a gun and an excessive amount of tweed.

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The caption of a third tweed-ridden snap reads: “An amazing day out with the boys thanks to @olliewiliams16,” with the hashtag #grouseeveryweekend, suggesting Ollie and friends had been hunting the bird.

The aristocrat, whose appearance in the villa is proving controversial after his game hunting past was exposed, previously described himself as the perfect Islander because of his "alpha male" status.

Fans of the show have hit out at ITV2 bosses for their decision to keep Ollie in the show despite the game-hunting claims.

More than 18,000 have now signed a petition calling for Ollie to be booted from the show, but ITV bosses appear to be standing strong in their support for him.

Prior to entering the villa, the landowner and heir to the Lanhydrock estate admitted he likes to be "centre of attention" but wears his "emotions on his sleeve".

Pals have slammed any insinuation that Ollie hunts for sport, claiming the reality star was actually culling sick animals who were a “threat” to the pack's survival.

Ollie's already drawn attention to himself with his Champagne-fuelled lifestyle and jet-setting ways.

He joked that his old man had threatened to cut him out of his will if he followed through with his plans to head into the villa.

Dad Andrew is the Lord of the Manor of Lanhydrock in Cornwall – removing Ollie from his will would have cost the 23 year old an estimated £15.8 million.

Mirror Online has approached ITV for comment.

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