Former Love Island star Amy Hart has shared her concern for Ollie Williams after his exit.
The newcomer, 23, made the decision to leave the villa in South Africa after realising he still had feelings for someone else.
He wore his heart on his sleeve when he faced his true feelings while "coupled up" with contestant Paige Turley.
Ollie's decision to leave comes amid claims he has been involved in trophy hunting in the past.
Ofcom were bombarded with more than 231 complaints after hair-raising pictures emerged online which showed him posing with dead animals.
Sweet Love Island contestant Amy voiced her fears for the Cornish native after leaving the villa as a "national hate figure".
The former islander admitted she doesn't feel sorry for the blond but she does have concerns for him.
She said to Cheltenham Betting Offers: "On the list of things you can't have done there's nothing in there about hobbies. I don't feel sorry for him.
"But I am concerned about his life after the villa. Because there's not much coming back from that."
The former Islander watched the debut episode at an exclusive screening in Manchester on Sunday night.
But she quickly noticed the incredibly negative response when Ollie entered on screen.
She added: "I went to an event the other night and there was 200 people watching the show. When he came on the whole room erupted in boos.
"The islanders just think he's a posh boy in there. None of them know what's going on on the outside."
Amy expressed her concerns people watching the show will not understand Ollie's reasoning behind taking the brutal pictures.
She fears the "posh" boy won't be able to make any kind of career from his time on Love Island.
She explained: "I know he says it's for conservation purposes and stuff, but I don't think that's going to wash with everyone. He won't be able to do club PAs and stuff for his own safety.
"He can't stand on stage in front of a thousand clubbers.
"He doesn't need money, but I think as well as being a national hate figure isn't great."
After the controversial pictures surfaced online, a petition to remove Williams from the ITV2 series had been signed by more than 38,000 people.
However, Ollie will say in the show's beach hut he has been pining for his ex.
He says: "I have to be honest with myself, and everyone, that I do still love someone else.
"I have to follow my heart in this scenario and it would be wrong for me to ignore these feelings.
"At the end of the day, this is Love Island and it's about finding love. If I carried on anything with Paige, or any other girl that might come into the villa, it wouldn't be fair on them."
Before entering the show, Ollie claimed to be heir to the Lanhydrock estate in Cornwall and said his father is Lord of the Manor of Lanhydrock.
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