LOVE Island star Ollie Williams has left the haunted compounds of his lavish Cornwall mansion to find love in the famous villa.
The 25-year-old, whose family run the Lanhydrock Estate in Cornwall, revealed the mansion is haunted by a “Lady in Grey.
Love Island’s Ollie has revealed his family estate is haunted
According to Ollie, the spook often walks in the Victorian country house on their land, which is now run by the National Trust, and has even targeted his family members.
He told Daily Star: “There is a ghost that goes around the main house. Its called the Lady in Grey. I have never seen her but my grandmother reckons she witnessed her.
The Islander is set to inherit a 15.8million fortune as the heir of the estate.
He said on his Love Island VT: My father is Lord of the Manor of Lanhydrock. The family title is Viscount Clifden.
He says a spook walks the corridors of the mansion
The 23-year-old has fled the haunted grounds and jetted off to South Africa for the ITV2 dating show
He is set to inherit the estate
“When my father passes away or abdicates, as the eldest child, I will take on the titles and the estate. Im the heir of Lanhydrock.”
The accounts for The Lanhydrock Estate Company shows the family had assets of 15,803,925 in 2018, down from 16,350,545.
Ahead of his villa debut, Ollie was warned by his dad to behave himself or face the consequences.
He told The Sun: Dad said he would write me out of the will. I said to him, OK, brilliant. Mum was like, Oh my God.
The family had asserts of 15,803,925 in 2018
OIlie has showed off his lavish lifestyle online
Ollie added that he and his parents had discussed him having sex on the show before he flew off.
He continued: I said to them I wouldnt do it. I cant see why that would change. My grandmother will be watching the show and thats what I have at the back of my mind.
She hadnt previously seen it but she was down for Christmas and my mum insisted on showing her some episodes.