Rita Ora “infuriates residents after passing COVID-19 lockout on rented farm”

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Rita Ora is said to have left residents furious after passing the COVID-19 lock on a rented farmhouse 150 miles from her London home.

The 29-year-old singer is said to be staying with five people on the southwest property as they work on her new album on a pre-booked trip.

However, the group is said to have left the locals furious after being “chased” on nearby public trails and drones were used to “follow” them.

Fury: Rita Ora is said to have left residents furious after passing the COVID-19 lock on a rented farmhouse 150 miles from her London home

Fury: Rita Ora is said to have left residents furious after passing the COVID-19 lock on a rented farmhouse 150 miles from her London home

Rita’s detachment was also reportedly “yelled at by a farmer” after entering private property.

The star arrived at the farm on March 21 before Prime Minister Boris Johnson detained the UK to fight the coronavirus crisis, reports The Sun.

The publication also claims that a local wrote about a group of online residents: “Surely she should follow the rules and have stayed in f ****** London? “

Another local allegedly accused Rita’s “shouting” security personnel of having reduced her seven-year-old son “to tears” on a nearby public path with a drone used to “follow” them while they were moving away.

Album: The singer, 29, is said to be staying with five people on the Southwest property as they work on her new album on a pre-booked trip

Album: The singer, 29, is said to be staying with five people on the southwest property while they work on her new album on a pre-booked trip

However, despite the alleged fury surrounding her stay, a “friend” told the publication: “She is very serious about the fight against coronaviruses and does her part by isolating herself and not going home “

They also denied any “raucous party” or any behavior upsetting for the inhabitants.

MailOnline contacted Rita’s representative for comments.

Rita shared several shots of her farm stay on Instagram during the lockout using the hashtag #stayhome.

Anger: However, the group is said to have left the locals furious after being `` chased '' on nearby public trails and drones were used to `` follow '' them

Anger: However, the group is said to have left the locals furious after being “chased” on nearby public trails and drones were used to “follow them”

Before the lockdown: the star arrived at the farm on March 21 before Prime Minister Boris Johnson took the UK into custody to fight the coronavirus crisis, reports The Sun (Rita shared several photos and inspirational messages, illustrated, from his stay on the farm)

Before the lockdown: the star arrived at the farm on March 21 before Prime Minister Boris Johnson took the UK into custody to fight the coronavirus crisis, reports The Sun (Rita shared several photos and inspirational messages, illustrated, from his stay on the farm)

Just last week, the singer shared several racy snapshots of her posing in shorts and rubber boots as she admitted she was “thankful” for “having access to a safe place once a day.” to walk and breathe fresh air. “

Rita congratulated her “heroic” mother Vera, 55, who returned to her former role as a psychiatrist and general practitioner to help those with mental health issues during the COVID-19 crisis.

The star recently revealed this morning that her mother inspired her to become an NHS volunteer during the pandemic.

Rita is just one of over 750,000 British residents who answered the government’s call to register as an NHS volunteer, to perform tasks such as delivering essential medicines or transporting those who need medical treatment.

Meanwhile, the singer joins a list of celebrities who have been criticized by local residents for leaving London amid the pandemic.

Kindness: Rita congratulated her `` heroic '' mother Vera, 55, who returned to her former role as a psychiatrist and general practitioner in an effort to help those struggling with their mental health during the COVID-19 crisis. .. the singer has also become an NHS volunteer

Kindness: Rita congratulated her “heroic” mother Vera, 55, who returned to her former role as psychiatrist and general practitioner in order to help those who struggled with their mental health during the COVID-19 crisis… the singer to also become an NHS volunteer

It was only recently that Gordon Ramsay and his family angered residents for fleeing to their 4 million pound seaside home in Cornwall to seek isolation during the crisis.

The locals started a Facebook group called You Shouldn’t Be Here in which a villager said he wanted the chief out of the Cornwall hell.

Residents in the west have called for tougher measures against people going to their vacation homes amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Owners of second homes have been accused of sneaking into the area in the middle of the night, and local authorities have now requested that roadblocks be put in place to prevent people from entering tourist hot spots.

Last month, Kirstie Allsopp was forced to speak out about rumors that she was traveling in self-isolation with symptoms of coronavirus.

Not happy: it was only recently that Gordon Ramsay and his family angered residents for fleeing to their 4 million pound seaside home in Cornwall to seek isolation during the crisis.

Not happy: it was only recently that Gordon Ramsay and his family angered residents for fleeing to their 4 million pound seaside home in Cornwall to seek isolation during the crisis.

Upset: locals have created a Facebook group called You Shouldn't Be Here in which a villager said he wanted the chief out of the Cornwall hell.

Upset: Locals have created a Facebook group called You Shouldn’t Be Here in which a villager said he wanted the chief out of the Cornwall hell.

Speaking to Twitter with a furious rant, she went wild after a story claimed she lived in a vacation home in Devon. The star revealed that she has two houses in Devon and that her family remains in their permanent home.

While David and Victoria Beckham became the last celebrities in the second house to face a reaction from locals to stay in the countryside during the shutdown of the coronavirus.

Residents of the Cotswolds, where the Beckhams have a £ 6 million hole, have spoken out against the former footballer and his family.

A woman who works at butchers near their homes in Great Tew, Oxfordshire, said, “The Beckhams and these other fanciful people who think it’s a good idea to isolate themselves in the country are just selfish . “

Return strike: Last month, Kirstie Allsopp was forced to report rumors that she was traveling in self-isolation with symptoms of coronavirus

Return strike: Last month, Kirstie Allsopp was forced to report rumors that she was traveling in self-isolation with symptoms of coronavirus

While a local advisor added, “Show off your beautiful country house on social media and let us know how much fun you have by rubbing our noses.

“The Beckhams and other celebrities are just stupid, irresponsible and insensitive. “

The family left their London home to stay on their country property before the United Kingdom was locked out on March 23.

So far, there have been 93,873 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 12,107 deaths in the UK alone.

Second owners: while David and Victoria Beckham became the last celebrities of the second home to face a violent reaction of the inhabitants to stay in the countryside during the locking of the coronavirus (the family photographed at the residence of their Cotswolds in 2019)

Second owners: while David and Victoria Beckham became the last celebrities of the second home to face a violent reaction of the inhabitants to stay in the countryside during the locking of the coronavirus (the family photographed at the residence of their Cotswolds in 2019)

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