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Controversial YouTube star Friendly Jordies reveals how Lewis the koala REALLY died and who's to blame Friendlyjordies has uploaded his latest YouTube video attacking NSW Premier Part-parody online video accuses Gladys Berejiklian of killing Lewis the koala  Video addresses inaction on climate change and our declining koala population

By Kylie Stevens For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 05:54 GMT, 2 December 2019 | Updated: 05:54 GMT, 2 December 2019


A controversial YouTube star has stepped up his recent online mocking of New South Wales Premier and 'koala killer' Gladys Berejiklian in a new video. 

Former catwalk model Jordan Shanks, who goes by the username Friendlyjordies has been scathing of the Premier and the state government of its inaction on climate change and handling of the ongoing bushfire emergency that continues to cause devastation across NSW. 

The comedian branded Ms Berejiklian a 'koala killer' in several videos posted last month and is selling T-shirts emblazoned with a photo of her and the hashtag '#KoalaKiller to raise money for wildlife rescue group WIRES.

In his latest part-parody video uploaded on Monday, Mr Shanks accused Ms Berejiklian of killing Lewis, the injured koala who made headlines when he was rescued from charred bushland on the state's mid north coast and later succumbed to his extensive burns. 

Friendlyjordies, aka Jordan Shanks uploaded his latest YouTube video on Monday

Friendlyjordies, aka Jordan Shanks uploaded his latest YouTube video on Monday

He also partly blamed the media for the inaction of climate change and the nation's declining koala population.

In a seven-minute part-parody video titled' Koala extinction: Why it's happening, Mr Shanks tells his 346,000 subscribers the area near Port Macquarie where Lewis died shouldn't have be dry enough for bushfires to get as intense as they did and blamed the NSW government's water mismanagement.

'They have allowed billions of litres of water to be funnelled out by cotton farmers, which is

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