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Abbie Chatfield hits back at fans after being slammed for getting her hair done in lockdown


Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield hits back at fans after being slammed for getting her hair done in lockdown


Bachelor star turned influencer Abbie Chatfield was forced to defend herself this week, after eagle-eyed followers noticed she got her hair done during Sydney’s strict covid-19 lockdown.

The 25-year-old hit back at fans who commented on her latest Instagram video, which was posted on the social media platform on Thursday. 

The I’m a Celebrity star said she got her roots done ‘as a requirement for upcoming work’ on television. 

Hitting back: Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield was forced to hit back at fans this week, after being slammed for getting her hair done in lockdown. Pictured before and after

Hitting back: Bachelor star Abbie Chatfield was forced to hit back at fans this week, after being slammed for getting her hair done in lockdown. Pictured before and after

In the clip, Abbie showed off her freshly-dyed hair as she plugged Extra Gum as part of a paid advertisement. 

‘How’d you get your hair dyed in lockdown?’ one follower remarked. 

Abbie said she had all the correct permits to get her roots attended to. 

Sponsored: In the clip, Abbie showed off her freshly-dyed hair as she plugged Extra Gum as part of a paid advertisement

Sponsored: In the clip, Abbie showed off her freshly-dyed hair as she plugged Extra Gum as part of a paid advertisement

'How'd you get your hair dyed in lockdown?' one follower remarked. Abbie said she had all the correct permits to get her roots attended to and she got it done for some upcoming TV work

‘How’d you get your hair dyed in lockdown?’ one follower remarked. Abbie said she had all the correct permits to get her roots attended to and she got it done for some upcoming TV work

‘Legally, in a Covid-safe environment, with the correct permits, as a requirement for upcoming work,’ she began. 

‘I’m very lucky that it got done but I didn’t seek it out or request it, it’s a part of a job that I have coming up.’

Abbie went on, saying that ‘everyone in TV has had their hair done, no one has requested it’.

Abbie said she didn’t post about getting her hair done as she ‘didn’t want to rub it in anyone’s face,’ before reminding followers that ‘media is still being produced’.

On the downlow: Abbie said she didn't post about getting her hair done as she 'didn't want to rub it in anyone's face,' before reminding followers that 'media is still being produced'

On the downlow: Abbie said she didn’t post about getting her hair done as she ‘didn’t want to rub it in anyone’s face,’ before reminding followers that ‘media is still being produced’

Another follower chimed in and slammed Abbie, saying: 'Why don't you just admit the hypocrisy instead of antagonising every person who calls you out ever, for legitimate reasons?'

Another follower chimed in and slammed Abbie, saying: ‘Why don’t you just admit the hypocrisy instead of antagonising every person who calls you out ever, for legitimate reasons?’

Another follower chimed in and slammed Abbie, saying: ‘Why don’t you just admit the hypocrisy instead of antagonising every person who calls you out ever, for legitimate reasons?’

Abbie hit back, saying what she did wasn’t ‘hypocritical’ and she ‘followed the rules’.

Another fan scolded Abbie, saying she was disappointed by the move. 

‘The lack of solidarity with the general public after going so hard, in the best way, about lockdown laws is really disappointing,’ they said.

Disappointed: Another fan scolded Abbie, saying she was disappointed by the move. 'The lack of solidarity with the general public after going so hard, in the best way, about lockdown laws is really disappointing,' they said

Disappointed: Another fan scolded Abbie, saying she was disappointed by the move. ‘The lack of solidarity with the general public after going so hard, in the best way, about lockdown laws is really disappointing,’ they said

Abbie reminded fans again that she ‘hasn’t broken any rules’ and added: ‘It isn’t lack of solidarity it’s my employment that pays my rent.’

The major TV networks, Seven, Nine and Ten, recently all confirmed to The Courier Mail that they have exemptions for TV talent for hair and makeup services. 

Abbie rose to fame on The Bachelor with Matt Agnew back in 2019 and has also completed a stint on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! 

Daily Mail Australia has contacted a representative of Abbie’s for further comment. 

Claim to fame:  Abbie rose to fame on The Bachelor with Matt Agnew back in 2019 and has also completed a stint on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here!

Claim to fame:  Abbie rose to fame on The Bachelor with Matt Agnew back in 2019 and has also completed a stint on I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!

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