Charley Webb, 32, has spoken out about a voice note which has been shared on social media containing false information regarding the ambulance response to the coronavirus from someone claiming to be a paramedic. The Emmerdale actress slammed the hoax message in a post in view of her 445,000 Twitter followers today.
She shared a screenshot from the SEC Ambulance’s official page, which instructed the public not to share the voice note if they came across it.
It read: “We are aware of a voice message being shared currently on social media regarding the ambulance response to coronavirus.
“The alarmist information being shared in the message is not correct.
“We would urge people to disregard the message and not share it further.”
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Charley Webb slams 'horrific' message during coronavirus pandemic (Image: INSTAGRAM•CHARLEYWEBB•GETTY)
Charley Webb warned fans about the shocking voice note (Image: TWITTER)
Charley wrote alongside the screenshot: “The most horrific voice note is going around from a ‘paramedic’.”
The soap star went on to admit the voice message “sent her anxiety through the roof” when she heard it.
Charley added: “I heard it and it sent my anxiety through the roof.
“It’s absolutely not true so if you get sent it just completely ignore it.
Charley Webb is isolating at home with her husband Matthew Wolfenden and their sons (Image: GETTY)
Charley Webb admitted the voice message made her 'anxious' (Image: GETTY)
“Whoever the woman is that started it needs