Love Island’s Ollie Williams snubs Aftersun after being left ‘unhappy’ with way he was portrayed on show – EXCLUSIVE

Love Island star Ollie Williams declined an offer to appear on spin-off show Aftersun after being left unhappy with the way he was portrayed on the show.

The TV star, who decided to walk from the villa after just three days after realising his feelings for his ex girlfriend, was due to appear on the after-show to chat to presenter Laura Whitmore.

A source has now exclusively revealed to OK! online that Ollie, 23, was left unimpressed with the way he was portrayed on the show and ultimately decided against appearing on Aftersun.

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An insider revealed: “He returned home to watch the show and wasn’t happy with the way he was portrayed.

“His friends kept asking why he was so miserable in the villa, but he wasn’t at all. He had the time of his life on the show.

“He turned down the offer to appear on Aftersun because the editing has left him quite shocked.”

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A spokesperson for ITV said: “We asked Ollie but unfortunately he can't make it on this occasion.”

After his stint in the villa, Ollie was forced to hit back at claims that he’s a trophy hunter after photos emerged of him posing with the bodies of dead animals in Africa.

Ollie said after his exit from the show: "Having left the Love Island house I have become aware of the press stories circulating in the UK. I would like to make a number of comments on the various claims and accusations.

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"I had no knowledge of the stories until I had left the Love Island villa and all cast members are unaware of any news stories while they are on the programme.

"My reasons for leaving Love Island are as communicated on the show. I did not shoot any of the animals shown in the photographs nor have I ever shot as a trophy hunter.

"I did volunteer to take part in the conservation and anti-poaching programme in Mozambique, a part of which involves old or sick animals being culled. I was there as an observer."

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Discussing his company, which promised to provide "an unforgettable sporting experience people from all over the world will cherish forever," he added: "The Cornish Sporting Agency was set up in 2017 and has never traded.

"I feel very passionately about conservation and will continue to support sustainable conservation causes around the globe.

"These benefit the natural world and the animals which live within it, even if certain elements appear controversial when viewed out of context.

"As I am no longer in Love Island, I will comment no further on this issue."

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