Expelled from 'Love Island,' Noah Purvis Breaks Silence with Instagram Posts

Tuesday September 29, 2020

After being silent for a few days for being booted off the CBS reality show "Love Island," Noah Purvis shared a number of Instagram posts.

Purvis was expelled from the show for misrepresenting himself to CBS. "In a statement issued to Entertainment Tonight, CBS and ITV America said: 'It has been brought to our attention that cast member Noah Purvis provided false information on his application to Love Island, which violates his contestant agreement.

"He has been removed from the show,'" the website Digital Spy reports.

"CBS didn't acknowledge if Purvis' work for Corbin Fisher was the withheld information or if its being revealed led them to dismiss him from the show," EDGE wrote on September 28 about his dismissal.

Purvis made a number of adult videos with both men and women for the Corbin Fisher streaming service.

This past week Purvis posted on Instagram Stories a photo of himself working out with the message: "When they try to tear you down and use... You go harder than ever before because you are you! No one can determine your future but you!"

In a separate Instagram post, Noah thanked his followers for their support, writing: "OHANA means family... FAMILY means no one gets left behind or forgotten."

He added: "All of you out here have made me feel this and I can't express how loved I feel for the first time in my life" with the hashtags #bullied and #equality.

He also posted an Instagram of a photo of Robin Williams with a quote attributed to the late actor: "Everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about. Be kind. Always."

"Enough said here...," Purvis writes in the post. "Always be kind and put yourself in someone else's shoes before casting judgment. When something happens to one of us it happens to all of us. OHANA FOREVER"

Check out Purvis's post-"Love Island" Instagram posts with his messages of personal empowerment: