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Former Bachelor star Rhiannon Doherty attends anti-lockdown protest in Brisbane  

Rhiannon Doherty has attended an anti-lockdown protest in Brisbane, stating that she is ‘simply pro-freedom’. 

The former Bachelor star, 30, shared various images from the rally to social media on Saturday. 

In one picture posted to Instagram, the yoga teacher beamed as she carried a toddler in her arms whereas surrounded by protestors carrying placards. 


Protest: Rhiannon Doherty (pictured) has attended an anti-lockdown protest in Brisbane, stating that she is ‘simply pro-freedom’. In one picture posted to Instagram, the yoga teacher beamed as she carried a toddler in her arms whereas surrounded by protestors carrying placards

‘Just Pro Freedom’ she wrote in the accompanying caption. 

She additionally shared various images to Instagram, together with one which confirmed an indication studying, ‘My physique, my selection’ which she captioned with: ‘Well, it occurred. I went to a rally’. 

Rhiannon went on to share various images of indicators carried by protestors on the day, together with one which acknowledged, ‘Don’t f**ok with moms’. 

The brunette mentioned an indication which learn: ‘I’ll get up for you till you’re prepared to face up for your self’ was her ‘favorite’ that she had seen on the rally.    

Rally: She also shared a number of photos to Instagram, including one which showed a sign reading, 'My body, my choice' which she captioned with: 'Well, it happened. I went to a rally'

Rally: She additionally shared various images to Instagram, together with one which confirmed an indication studying, ‘My physique, my selection’ which she captioned with: ‘Well, it occurred. I went to a rally’

Outspoken: Rhiannon went on to share a number of photos of signs carried by protestors on the day, including one which stated, 'Don't f**k with mothers'

Outspoken: Rhiannon went on to share various images of indicators carried by protestors on the day, together with one which acknowledged, ‘Don’t f**ok with moms’

Likes it: The brunette said a sign which read: 'I will stand up for you until you are ready to stand up for yourself' was her 'favourite' that she had seen at the rally

Likes it: The brunette mentioned an indication which learn: ‘I’ll get up for you till you’re prepared to face up for your self’ was her ‘favorite’ that she had seen on the rally

Rhiannon appeared on Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins’ season of the relationship present in 2018, however was eradicated early in the competitors.   

Thousands of protesters marched in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday, in backlash over strict lockdowns.  

Horrifying footage emerged of offended protesters in Sydney attacking police and hurling pot vegetation at officers on horseback as anti-lockdown rallies throughout the nation descended into chaos.

Claim to fame: Rhiannon appeared on Nick 'The Honey Badger' Cummins' season of the dating show in 2018, but was eliminated early in the competition. Pictured on The Bachelor

Claim to fame: Rhiannon appeared on Nick ‘The Honey Badger’ Cummins’ season of the relationship present in 2018, however was eradicated early in the competitors. Pictured on The Bachelor 

Fifty-seven arrests had been made throughout chaotic scenes in town’s CBD on Saturday as tens of hundreds of maskless residents joined demonstrators in cities throughout Australia to name for an finish to Covid lockdowns.

Frenzied crowds had been heard screaming ‘you serve us!’ to police as a gaggle of protesters had been filmed crash tackling officers right into a backyard mattress in entrance of Town Hall station.

The demonstrations, which had been additionally seen in Melbourne and Brisbane, are a response to Covid lockdowns imposed in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, with greater than half the nation’s 25million individuals ordered to remain at house over an outbreak which started in Sydney’s east. 

Clashes: Thousands of protesters marched in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday, in backlash over strict lockdowns

 Clashes: Thousands of protesters marched in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday, in backlash over strict lockdowns

Chaotic: Horrifying footage emerged of angry protesters in Sydney attacking police and hurling pot plants at officers on horseback as anti-lockdown rallies across the country descended into chaos

Chaotic: Horrifying footage emerged of offended protesters in Sydney attacking police and hurling pot vegetation at officers on horseback as anti-lockdown rallies throughout the nation descended into chaos

NSW Police Minister David Elliott labelled these in the rallies as ‘boofheads’ and mentioned 90 had been fined throughout the state with extra arrests anticipated because the day goes on.   

‘What we noticed at the moment was 3,500 very egocentric boofheads — those who thought the regulation did not apply to them,’ he mentioned. 

‘If we do not see a [Covid] spike in the areas these protesters got here from in the subsequent week I’ll be very, very stunned,’ Elliott mentioned.

Arrests: Fifty-seven arrests were made during chaotic scenes in the city's CBD on Saturday as tens of thousands of maskless residents joined demonstrators in cities across Australia to call for an end to Covid lockdowns

 Arrests: Fifty-seven arrests had been made throughout chaotic scenes in town’s CBD on Saturday as tens of hundreds of maskless residents joined demonstrators in cities throughout Australia to name for an finish to Covid lockdowns

‘It was only a entire lot of halfwits. There is little doubt in my thoughts that a minimum of one particular person there at the moment had COVID, it’s statistically unimaginable for us to not take into account that.

‘I’m interesting to all 3,500 individuals to get examined tomorrow, if not for themselves for the sake of their household and buddies.’  

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian additionally unleashed on the protesters and mentioned punishments could be handed right down to those that broke the regulation.

Anger: NSW Police Minister David Elliott labelled those in the rallies as 'boofheads' and said 90 had been fined across the state with more arrests expected as the day goes on

 Anger: NSW Police Minister David Elliott labelled these in the rallies as ‘boofheads’ and mentioned 90 had been fined throughout the state with extra arrests anticipated because the day goes on

‘I’m totally disgusted by the unlawful protesters in the City at the moment whose egocentric actions have compromised the security of all of us’ mentioned Ms Berejiklian.

‘The protestors have proven utter contempt for his or her fellow residents who’re at present doing it robust.

‘I wish to thank the courageous cops who put their very own security on the road to make sure the protest motion ceased.’

The police minister additionally mentioned a group of twenty-two detectives could be working tirelessly to establish as lots of the unlawful protesters as attainable.

At work: The police minister also said a team of 22 detectives would be working tirelessly to identify as many of the illegal protesters as possible

 At work: The police minister additionally mentioned a group of twenty-two detectives could be working tirelessly to establish as lots of the unlawful protesters as attainable


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