Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen slams Katie Hopkins for 'deliberately ...

Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen slams Katie Hopkins for 'deliberately ...
Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen slams Katie Hopkins for 'deliberately ...
Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen slams Katie Hopkins over her plans to deliberately break hotel quarantine rules - as outraged Australians call for the British star to be deported

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Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen has slammed Katie Hopkins after the British columnist revealed her plans to deliberately flout restriction rules while in hotel quarantine. 

Hopkins, 46 - who is rumoured to have flown to Australia as a 'VIP' for a celebrity appearance on Big Brother - infamously 'called out' lockdowns in Sydney and Melbourne on Sunday during an Instagram live video.

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During the video, Hopkins openly mocked the 14-day hotel quarantine rules before revealing her plans to deliberately break them by opening her door completely naked and mask-free to workers who deliver her food. 

After viewing the footage, a visibly angry Reggie tweeted: 'As a former Big Brother Housemate who won the hearts of Australians I am lost for words to see that #katiehopkins is going on VIP Big Brother.

'I don't know how she was let into the country': Former Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen (pictured) has slammed Katie Hopkins for 'deliberately flouting rules in hotel quarantine'

'I don't know how she was let into the country': Former Big Brother winner Reggie Sorensen (pictured) has slammed Katie Hopkins for 'deliberately flouting rules in hotel quarantine'

'I don't know how she was let into the country or to be even going on the show! It's disgraceful #BigBrotherAU.'

Following the video, outraged Australians called for Hopkins to be deported with more than 20,000 people signing a petition to send the

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