Love Island’s Ollie Williams hosts shooting parties as more bloodthirsty pics uncovered

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More pictures showing Love Island’s Ollie Williams love for bloodsports have been unearthed.

Shocking images of Ollie, 23, posing with dead animals during a reported hunting trip in Africa sparked fury online when they emerged last week and sparked calls for Ollie to be axed from Love Island .

The disturbing snaps of the aristocrat prompted a petition to be set up, which called for him to be booted out of this years’ show and it has already been signed by 18,000 people.

Now more snaps have been discovered which show the aristocrat posing in hunting gear, as he hosts hunting parties on his family’s estate.

Ollie Williams appearance in the Love Island villa is proving controversial after his game hunting past was exposed

One of the images, which were unearthed by Mirror Online 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 is captioned: “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.

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.

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

In the pictures, which were first discovered, the reality star can be seen beaming away next to a range of animals including a dead warthog and dead water buffalo.

Former Apprentice and Celebrity Big Brother star Luisa Zissman has lead the charge in calling for Winter Love Island to be boycotted.

Posting on her official Instagram, the furious businesswoman raged: “#BOYCOTTWINTERLOVEISLAND.

“I’ve never watched Love Island but allowing this blood thirsty psychopath into our homes is shameful.

‘Killing beautiful innocents animals in their own homes and habitats for fun it’s sickening.”

ITV has been approached by Daily Star Online for comment.

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