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Insta-FAIL! Nadia Bartel, Guy Sebastian and Georgia Love are trending for all the WRONG reasons

Three of Australia’s greatest stars – Nadia Bartel, Guy Sebastian and Georgia Love – have been beneath intense scrutiny this week over their latest social media scandals.

Nadia Bartel, 35, has been slammed for her ‘gutless’ apology after leaked footage noticed her snorting a white powder at a celebration throughout Melbourne’s lockdown, whereas Georgia, 33, has deleted her Twitter account following a ‘racist’ Instagram put up. 

The Voice coach Guy Sebastian, 39, has additionally come beneath hearth for withdrawing his assist for an industry-wide marketing campaign urging Aussies to get the Covid-19 vaccine. 

Daily Mail Australia takes a take a look at the embattled stars’ on-line fame this week. 

Nadia Bartel 

Insta-FAIL! Daily Mail Australia takes a take a look at the on-line backlash Nadia Bartel (pictured) has obtained, after leaked footage on Instagram noticed her snorting a white powder at a celebration amid Melbourne’s lockdown final week 

The former AFL WAG has been slammed for issuing a ‘gutless’ apology after footage emerged of her breaking Melbourne’s lockdown and snorting what gave the impression to be a white powder at a celebration on Thursday night time final week.

Nadia, 35, wrote a press release to Instagram after the embarrassing video was leaked, however some followers slammed her transient apology and condemned her for turning off feedback on her put up.   

Entertainment reporter Peter Ford Tweeted: ‘Probably correctly Nadia does not wish to see public response with feedback turned off… and to her credit score she did not attain into the Glomesh and pull out the psychological well being card.’ 

Apology: The former WAG, 35, wrote a statement to Instagram last Friday after the embarrassing video was leaked

Apology: The former WAG, 35, wrote a press release to Instagram final Friday after the embarrassing video was leaked 

Speaking out: Some fans slammed her brief apology, condemning her for turning off comments on her post

Speaking out: Some followers slammed her transient apology, condemning her for turning off feedback on her put up

‘Cannot imagine ANY company will preserve her on as an influencer! Choices have penalties. Committed a criminal offense shoved it in the face of everybody following lockdown guidelines,’ one individual commented. 

In Nadia’s brief apology, she vowed to ‘make higher decisions’ shifting ahead and admitted that she was humiliated over the incident. 

‘Hi everybody, I’ve allow you to all down by my actions. I take full duty and I’m dedicated to taking all vital steps to make sure I make higher decisions in future,’ she wrote in an Instagram put up.

‘To my household and mates, my business companions and the public well being employees making an attempt to maintain us all secure, I’m embarrassed and remorseful.

Shock footage: In the video, Nadia is seen snorting the powder off a $1.50 Kmart plate being held by a dark-haired woman, as a third woman displays a two-fingered hand gesture in the background

Shock footage: In the video, Nadia is seen snorting the powder off a $1.50 Kmart plate being held by a dark-haired girl, as a 3rd girl shows a two-fingered hand gesture in the background

‘I’m actually and deeply sorry. I hope I can earn your forgiveness and, in time, your belief.’

Nadia can also be going through calls to ditch her AFL star ex-husband Jimmy’s well-known surname, with critics saying she ought to revert again to her maiden title Coppolino. 

The clothier has continued to make use of former Geelong Cats star and Brownlow Medallist Jimmy’s surname since the AFL couple’s break up in August 2019.   

‘Seems like now would lastly be time for Nadia Bartel to cease utilizing her ex-husband’s surname and revert to her personal. Sure, nobody will know who she is, however possibly that is for the finest after right now,’ one consumer Tweeted final Friday. 

‘Bartel surname ruined,’ one added, whereas one other agreed: ‘Dragging the Bartel title by the mud but once more.’ 

'Bartel name ruined!' Critics are also calling for Nadia to revert back to her maiden name Coppolino after 'bringing shame' to her ex-husband Jimmy's surname amid her snorting scandal. Pictured with Jimmy in 2017

‘Bartel title ruined!’ Critics are additionally calling for Nadia to revert again to her maiden title Coppolino after ‘bringing disgrace’ to her ex-husband Jimmy’s surname amid her snorting scandal. Pictured with Jimmy in 2017 

'Seems like now would finally be a good time': While the fashion designer has since offered a grovelling apology on Instagram, critics say she's already sullied her former husband Jimmy Bartel's last name, and should revert back to her maiden name

‘Seems like now would lastly be time’: While the clothier has since provided a grovelling apology on Instagram, critics say she’s already sullied her former husband Jimmy Bartel’s final title, and ought to revert again to her maiden title 

Nadia and three different ladies had been issued with Penalty Infringement Notices for breaching COVID lockdown final Thursday.

‘Four ladies have been issued with Penalty Infringement Notices following a gathering at a Richmond handle in contravention of the Chief Health Officer’s restrictions,’ a Victoria Police spokesperson instructed Daily Mail Australia on Monday.

‘The incident occurred at a personal handle on Thursday, September 2, at 4pm.

‘A 36-year-old Windsor girl, a 32-year-old Richmond girl, a 33-year-old Pascoe Vale girl and a 35-year-old Strathmore girl have all been issued with a Penalty Infringement Notice for failing to adjust to necessities in relation to a personal or public gathering.

‘The financial penalty for every Penalty Infringement Notice is $5,452.

‘A fifth girl at the handle was not charged as she was complying with CHO employment restrictions.’

The Chief Commissioner of Victoria Police, Shane Patton, confirmed that they had been taking no additional motion as a result of officers had been ‘unable to find out what the substance on the plate was’. 

Guy Sebastian    

Change of heart? Guy Sebastian (pictured) has been criticised online for withdrawing his support for an industry-wide campaign calling on Australians to get the Covid-19 vaccine

Change of coronary heart? Guy Sebastian (pictured) has been criticised on-line for withdrawing his assist for an industry-wide marketing campaign calling on Australians to get the Covid-19 vaccine

Guy, 39, has been criticised on-line for withdrawing his assist for an industry-wide marketing campaign calling on Australians to get the Covid-19 vaccine.  

The #VaxTheNation motion is urging Aussies to get vaccinated to be able to cease the cycle of lockdowns and assist restart the dwell music {industry}. 

The Voice Australia coach, shared an Instagram put up endorsing the marketing campaign on Monday, however deleted it simply hours later, importing a video apologising to his followers.

Guy appeared to have withdrawn his assist after being trolled by anti-vaxxers, in response to social media customers who noticed the feedback on his preliminary put up.

‘Hello, everyone. I simply wished to leap on right here to clear one thing up,’ he mentioned in his video posted on Monday night time.

‘I’m certain a few of you right now might need seen an {industry} call-out with the better of intentions for our dwell music {industry}, which is totally decimated, looking for a pathway ahead so we are able to all assemble collectively once more. 

‘I’ve at all times carried out all the pieces that I can to assist my {industry} however the marketing campaign was posted to my web page with out my direct involvement. 

‘And whereas I, like everybody else in my {industry}, need issues to get going once more, it’s not my position to speak in the means that put up was communicated.’ 

'I'm really sorry': Guy, 39, had shared a post to Instagram endorsing the #VaxTheNation campaign on Monday, but deleted it hours later and uploaded a video apologising to his fans

‘I’m actually sorry’: Guy, 39, had shared a put up to Instagram endorsing the #VaxTheNation marketing campaign on Monday, however deleted it hours later and uploaded a video apologising to his followers

‘I might by no means ever inform folks what to do on the subject of their personal well being decisions,’ Guy added, in reference to the Covid vaccine.

‘I’m very delicate of it, not solely at a public degree however even in my personal life with individuals who have had circumstances that they’ve to contemplate when making these decisions.’

He continued: ‘I simply wish to say I’m actually sorry. It was not a put up that was communicated with love or compassion, which I really feel is what’s wanted on the subject of addressing issues like vaccinations.

‘I simply wished to make clear that in order that I might communicate my reality and folks understand how I truly really feel. So numerous love.’ 

Several followers expressed their disappointment after Guy withdrew his assist for the marketing campaign, with one tweeting: ‘Is he telling the {industry} he is above #VaxTheNation?

Reaction: Several fans expressed their disappointment after Guy withdrew his support for the campaign, including Perth alternative rock trio Shangrila who tweeted: 'Love you Guy Sebastian and I know there's no winning that fight for you (comments were crazy) but I wish you didn't back out of this post man #VaxTheNation'

Reaction: Several followers expressed their disappointment after Guy withdrew his assist for the marketing campaign, together with Perth different rock trio Shangrila who tweeted: ‘Love you Guy Sebastian and I do know there is no successful that struggle for you (feedback had been loopy) however I want you did not again out of this put up man #VaxTheNation’

‘Once his supporters aren’t allowed right into a present there will be one other backflip! Without the spine it will make it simpler for him!’

Perth different rock trio Shangrila additionally commented: ‘Love you Guy Sebastian and I do know there is no successful that struggle for you (feedback had been loopy) however I want you did not again out of this put up man. #VaxTheNation.’

‘You know that there are celebrities worldwide who are selling for everybody to get vaccinated. It’s not a foul factor, is it? #GuySebastian,’ one other wrote.

Guy clarified in a press release to Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday that he wasn’t against the Covid-19 vaccine, however did not agree with telling folks ‘what to do with reference to their personal well being decisions’.

Stance: Guy (pictured with wife Jules) clarified in a statement to Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday that he wasn't opposed to the Covid-19 vaccine, but didn't agree with telling people 'what to do in regards to their personal health choices'

Stance: Guy (pictured with spouse Jules) clarified in a press release to Daily Mail Australia on Tuesday that he wasn’t against the Covid-19 vaccine, however did not agree with telling folks ‘what to do with reference to their personal well being decisions’

The Battle Scars singer mentioned: ‘There isn’t any confusion, I made the personal determination to be double vaccinated. I assist the music {industry} initiatives to revive our {industry}.

‘However, I personally do not imagine it’s my place to deal in absolutes to inform folks what to do with reference to their personal well being decisions.

‘We want to recollect to speak with empathy and understanding. This has at all times been my aim.’ 

Georgia Love 

Embattled: Seven News reporter Georgia Love (pictured) has been pulled from on-air duties and relegated to the production desk just days after posting a 'racist' video on Instagram

Embattled: Seven News reporter Georgia Love (pictured) has been pulled from on-air duties and relegated to the manufacturing desk simply days after posting a ‘racist’ video on Instagram

Seven News reporter Georgia Love has been pulled from on-air duties and relegated to the manufacturing desk simply days after posting a ‘racist’ video on Instagram. 

Following a workplace investigation, Seven alerted workers by way of electronic mail on Friday that Love had been ‘counselled’ and reassigned to an off-camera position ‘efficient instantly’. 

Georgia, 33, deleted her Twitter account in the wake of ongoing backlash after she posted a collection of offensive memes and movies about Asian eating places.  

Gone: Georgia, 33, has deleted her Twitter account in the wake of ongoing backlash after she posted a series of offensive memes and videos about Asian restaurants

Gone: Georgia, 33, has deleted her Twitter account in the wake of ongoing backlash after she posted a collection of offensive memes and movies about Asian eating places

Disappearing act: Despite having a reputation for being a prolific tweeter, the former Bachelorette disabled her Twitter page on Wednesday

Disappearing act: Despite having a fame for being a prolific tweeter, the former Bachelorette disabled her Twitter web page on Wednesday

Despite having a fame for being a prolific tweeter, the former Bachelorette disabled her Twitter web page on Wednesday.

Having beforehand used the deal with ‘@georgiealove’, a search for the account returns the following automated message: ‘This account does not exist’. 

Georgia uploaded footage of a cat sitting in the window of an Asian restaurant in Melbourne on Monday. 

She wrote throughout the footage: ‘Shop attendant or lunch?! [shocked emoji, crying-laughing emoji].’   

Creating controversy: Georgia sparked backlash on Monday by uploading footage of a cat sitting in the window of an Asian restaurant in Melbourne

Creating controversy: Georgia sparked backlash on Monday by importing footage of a cat sitting in the window of an Asian restaurant in Melbourne 

Georgia, who has since deleted the video, later returned to Instagram with a heartfelt apology put up. 

‘Earlier I posted a video of a cat in a restaurant window. I meant for this to be a joke about an animal being in a restaurant at lunch service time,’ she started.

‘I meant completely no insinuation about the sort of animal nor the sort of restaurant, however I see that my put up didn’t come throughout like that and was offensive.’  

‘I sincerely apologise for the oversight and offence I’ve precipitated. Thank you to those that known as me out. This is what we want to ensure we are all accountable and do higher,’ she continued. 

In poor taste: She wrote across the footage: 'Shop attendant or lunch?! [shocked emoji, crying-laughing emoji]'

In poor style: She wrote throughout the footage: ‘Shop attendant or lunch?! [shocked emoji, crying-laughing emoji]’ 

Addressing the post: 'I meant absolutely no insinuation about the type of animal nor the type of restaurant, but I see that my post did not come across like that and was offensive,' she wrote online

Addressing the put up: ‘I meant completely no insinuation about the sort of animal nor the sort of restaurant, however I see that my put up didn’t come throughout like that and was offensive,’ she wrote on-line

Not the first time: Instagram page Aussie Influencer Opinions called out Georgia on Tuesday, sharing a screenshot of a meme she posted back in 2013

Not the first time: Instagram web page Aussie Influencer Opinions known as out Georgia on Tuesday, sharing a screenshot of a meme she posted again in 2013

‘Again, I apologise from the backside of my coronary heart for the offence precipitated,’ the journalist concluded.  

The TV journalist was known as out a second time by Instagram web page Aussie Influencer Opinions on Tuesday for posting an offensive meme again in 2013.  

The since-deleted put up confirmed an ‘animal hospital’ positioned subsequent to an Asian restaurant named ‘China Chef’. 

Called out: Many fans criticised Georgia's post in the comments, with one person writing: 'She wasn't 15, she was an adult'

Called out: Many followers criticised Georgia’s put up in the feedback, with one individual writing: ‘She wasn’t 15, she was an grownup’

Below the photograph of the two storefronts was a cartoon picture of a canine, with the caption: ‘That’s suspicious…’

Sharing the offensive meme to her Instagram grid in February 2013, Georgia merely captioned it: ‘Best.’ 

‘She completely knew what she was doing. Not letting this one go,’ Aussie Influencer Opinions captioned a screenshot of Georgia’s put up. 

Aussie Influencer Opinions additionally addressed Georgia deleting the meme from her Instagram web page in a separate put up on Instagram Stories on Tuesday.

‘SHE DELETED THE POST. Remember, when you put up one thing on the web, it stays perpetually,’ they added.

Not unnoticed: Aussie Influencer Opinions also addressed Georgia deleting the meme from her Instagram page in a separate post on Instagram Stories on Tuesday

Not unnoticed: Aussie Influencer Opinions additionally addressed Georgia deleting the meme from her Instagram web page in a separate put up on Instagram Stories on Tuesday

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