Saturday, August 13, 2022

Barbados Urged To Jail ‘Celebrities’ Over COVID-19 Breaches

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Over 2,000 people have signed a Change.Org petition, urging Barbados to jail two ‘celebrities’ for breaching COVID-19 rules.

Authorities accuse Zara Holland of breaking quarantine in Barbados.

TheĀ  ‘Love Island’ star and former Miss Britain is due to appear in court Wednesday, according to local news reports.

Sky News quoted Barbados station sergeant Michael BlackmanĀ  as saying that the 25 year old arrived on the Caribbean island on 27 December.

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Blackman told the news organisation that Holland tested for coronavirus the following day and was to remain at the Sugar Bay Hotel in Hastings until the results were known.

However the authorities discovered on December 29 that she had left without permission.

Officials later later intercepted the UK national at the Grantley Adams International Airport, apparently attempting to leave.

Holland faces a hefty fine and possibly jail time.

Sky News said it is unclear whether Holland’s boyfriend, Elliott Love, is also facing charges.

The former Miss Britain has apologised for her failure to stick to strict coronavirus rules, calling her actions a “massive mix up”, according to the UK Mirror Newspaper.

Holland was stripped of the Miss Great Britain title after having sex on ITV2 reality show Love Island.


Headline photo caption: Holland (l) and Love


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