Controversial 'Love Island' contestant quits the show filming in SA
- Author: Michelle Webb Jan 17, 2020,
Jan 17, 2020, 0:30
With all that said, Ollie's time on the show was not without controversy. His reason for his premature exit is due to claims that he is still in love with another person.
"I have to follow my heart in this scenario and it would be a mistake for me to ignore these feelings".
There have been calls for the "trophy hunting" Cornish landowner to be dropped from the ITV2 dating show after pictures emerged online of him posing with dead animals he killed in Africa.
'With his good looks, physique, alleged inheritance and title Ollie was always going to be the wrong guy in the wrong show, ' she said.
Ollie's decision was met with huge support from the other islanders, with Leanne Amaning saying: "This is what every girl wants, a man to declare their love to them to the whole world".
"He was not informed, while he was in the villa, of the press articles circulating around him", they said.
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A third viewer quizzed: "Is Ollie not gonna put some clothes on before he leaves?"
"Ollie is a passionate environmentalist and has worked with an anti-poaching unit in Mozambique".
"Conservation is crucial to the survival of animals and as part of that work Ollie was involved in the culling of sick animals who were a threat to the health of the herd".
"There is a very big and important difference between the trophy hunt and the conversation work in which Ollie has already participated".
In Monday's episode, they had the first choice of who to couple with, ultimately leaving two other unmarried and vulnerable girls.
The episode will also feature the fall out after newcomer twins Jess and Eve coupled up with Mike and Callum.
They even threw up a clip of Tapp scoring the victor in a recent clash against league leaders Wealdstone (Oxford City FC play in the National League South, the sixth tier of football across the water) with a textbook Love Island reference for good measure.