Rebecca Judd is being dubbed 'the new Karen from Brighton' by Victorians

Rebecca Judd has divided Victorians after taking a stand against Premier Daniel Andrews over his draconian lockdown laws.

The footy WAG had criticised Andrews in a since-deleted Instagram post on Friday, just two days before Melbourne's controversial stage-four lockdown was extended.

She wrote: '@the_little_cardboard_co perfect for iso and upcoming school holidays as it seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer.' 

Critics: Rebecca Judd has divided Victorians after taking a stand against Premier Daniel Andrews over his draconian lockdown laws

Critics: Rebecca Judd has divided Victorians after taking a stand against Premier Daniel Andrews over his draconian lockdown laws

While many Victorians agree that Andrews is destroying the economy with his heavy-handed approach to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rebecca faced backlash for daring to express her opinion from her palatial $7.3million mansion in Brighton.

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Several described her as the new 'Karen from Brighton' - referring to Melbourne woman Jodi Grollo, who achieved viral fame in July for complaining during a TV interview about having to walk the same streets in Brighton during her daily walks.

But many others said she was entitled to her opinion, arguing that an individual's personal wealth doesn't make their views any less valid.

One critic tweeted: 'Thoughts and prayers to Bec Judd who's holed up in a $7million shoebox in Brighton. Let her out, Dictator Dan. One can only spend so much time in their MagnaPool and spa.'

Another wrote: 'Bec Judd is a privileged idiot! How terrible that she has to be in lockdown in her $7million mansion. She needs to get perspective quickly.' 

Speaking out: The WAG had criticised Andrews (pictured) in a since-deleted Instagram post on Friday, just two days before Melbourne's controversial stage-four lockdown was extended

Speaking out: The footy WAG criticised Andrews (pictured) in a since-deleted Instagram post on Friday, just two days before Melbourne's controversial stage-four lockdown was extended

Subtle swipe: '@the_little_cardboard_co perfect for iso and upcoming school holidays as it seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,' she wrote

Subtle swipe: '@the_little_cardboard_co perfect for iso and upcoming school holidays as it seems Dictator Dan will be locking Victorians in our homes even longer,' she wrote

Another former fan revealed they had 'proudly unfollowed Bec Judd last night'.

'Referring to Dan Andrews as "Dictator Dan" from her mansion is offensive when he has worked so hard to reduce Covid numbers and shows up everyday to face the music i.e. press. Unkind and unfollowed,' they tweeted.

But Rebecca also had plenty of support, with many fans saying she was justified in her criticism of the stage-four lockdown.

Upset: While many Victorians agree that Andrews is destroying the economy with his heavy-handed approach to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rebecca faced backlash for daring to express her opinion from her palatial $7.3million mansion in Brighton

Upset: While many Victorians agree that Andrews is destroying the economy with his heavy-handed approach to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rebecca faced backlash for daring to express her opinion from her palatial $7.3million mansion in Brighton

Separated at birth? Several trolls described her as the new 'Karen from Brighton' - referring to Melbourne woman Jodi Grollo (pictured) who achieved viral fame in July for complaining during a TV interview about having to walk the same streets in Brighton during her daily walks

Separated at birth? Several described her

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