Love Island’s Ollie Williams admits that he was catfished by a 50-year-old man

Love Island’s Ollie Williams admits that he was catfished by a 50-year-old man

Love Island star Ollie Williams has been on a quest to find love for some time, but it hasn't always been plane sailing for him.

The 23-year-old star admitted that his 10 out of 10 Tinder date actually turned out to be a fifty year old man.

He told Love Island producers that it was the one and only Tinder date he's ever been on, and his approach to online dating changed drastically after the disaster meeting.

"The only Tinder date I ever went on was awful. I matched with this girl, she was a 10 out of 10."

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"I arrived at the location we had agreed to meet and messaged her to let her know I was there."

"A 50-year-old bloke gets up from the bus stop and walks over to the driver’s door of my car."

"He said, ‘Is it Ollie? My name is Christina, I know I’m not what you were expecting but do you still fancy going for that drink?".

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Speaking about his worst dating disaster, Williams added that after the meet-up, he reported the profile on the app.

He added: "I reported it to Tinder as soon as I got home!".

This comes after the aristocrat has already landed himself in hot water, before the show has even begun.

The 23-year-old has been accused of game hunting with sources alleging that now-deleted photos show him posing beside dead animals.

The pictures appear to show Ollie proudly grinning beside a warthog, water buffalo and giant eland to allegedly promote hunting business Cornish Sporting Agency.

However, another source close to Ollie has slammed any insinuation that Ollie hunts for sport.

They say that the soon to be reality star was actually culling sick animals who were a 'threat' to the pack's survial.

The insider told the Mirror: "Ollie is a passionate conservationist and 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 trophy hunting and the conversation work Ollie has previously been involved in.

"At no point has Ollie organised or booked anybody to go to Africa to shoot game."

Mirror Online has reached out to ITV for comment.

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