Carol McGiffin has revealed that she was blocked by Piers Morgan after calling him “cheated” on Twitter.
The Loose Women panelist, 60, furiously called out the Good Morning Britain presenter, 55, on the social media platform on Friday after telling audiences to stop ‘kidding themselves’ about the end of the crisis coronaviruses.
Piers originally wrote on Twitter: “To everyone here wrong that Covid is ‘over’, take a look at Spain’s case and death rate over the past week.
Reaction: Carol McGiffin revealed on Friday that she was blocked by Piers Morgan on Twitter after calling him ‘cheated’ for telling the public the coronavirus crisis was far from over
“So wake up the f *** up.” This pandemic has barely started ”, he concluded.
Unhappy with her remark, Carol decided to respond by explaining, “Piers. The only person cheated here is you.
“Nobody buys your hysterical bitch anymore. You’ve done a brilliant job of bringing the nation to paralysis, but it’s over now.
Caller: Piers originally wrote on Twitter: ‘To everyone here who is wrong that Covid is’ over’, take a look at Spain’s case and death rate last week. Then wake up the f *** up ‘
Carol then revealed to her followers that she was blocked on Twitter, as she shared a screenshot of her reaction after retweeting the responses from a number of people to Piers who disagreed with him.
She wrote in response to the blockage: “I hit a nerve ??? (sic) ‘
When someone said it could be considered a “feather in her cap”, she simply replied, “As depressing as that is”.
Last week, Piers returned to the UK early to avoid the mandatory two-week quarantine that was introduced for those returning from France.
Blowing it: Unsatisfied with her remark, Carol decided to retaliate by saying, “Piers. The only cheated person here is you
Blocked: Carol then revealed to her followers that she was blocked on Twitter, as she shared a screenshot of her reaction and wrote, “Touched a nerve ??? (sic) ‘
On Monday, Piers’ wife Celia attacked the “depraved and despicable” culprits who targeted their holiday home on the French Riviera last week.
She said the burglars managed to get inches from her and Piers while they slept, grabbing a purse next to her bed that they raided for money.
The thieves also took handfuls of jewelry from a box they threw in the living room, fleeing upon hearing the couple’s alarms sound at 6 a.m.
Celia said she snoozed the alarm until 6:15 a.m. when she got up and found out what had happened, missing the thieves by just 15 minutes.
Shocked: This comes after Piers’ wife Celia revealed that they were broken into by thieves who invaded their room while they were staying at their luxurious French villa (pictured in February)
“Knowing how much worse things could have been if we had woken up to find intruders in our room put things in perspective when it came to figuring out what had been taken,” she wrote. in the Daily Telegraph.
“They had stolen all the money they could find, down to a few pounds that I hadn’t spent at Heathrow on my way out, but left the credit cards and my driver’s license.
“I felt a depressing sense of violation in my stomach at the actions of these depraved and despicable inhuman beings. “
The thieves are believed to have used a drone to explore the property before the raid, with police revealing to the couple that this is now a common tactic.
Trespassing: Celia attacked the ‘depraved and despicable’ culprits who targeted their holiday home (pictured) on the French Riviera on Thursday last week – the last day of the family’s vacation
Celia said her husband, Piers, who she had been married to for ten years, spotted one hovering over their backyard a week earlier.
Police also revealed to the couple that thieves are no longer targeting cards and technology – like the couple’s laptops and phones – because they are too easy to trace.
Instead, they are targeting cash and jewelry, hoping to snatch high-end watches and diamonds.
Celia joked that the burglars would have left disappointed, having taken jewelry that had sentimental value to her – but little monetary value.
She said they left with a ring Piers gave her on their fifth wedding anniversary, a vintage Pucci cuff she bought at an Los Angeles market, and earrings she bought in Edgware Road with her first book advance.
Officers said the summer season sees a sharp increase in burglaries on the French Riviera as criminals target wealthy vacationers.
Other celebrities burgled in the area include Trinny Woodall, Patrick Viera and Richard Hammond.
Security: The journalist, married to Piers for ten years, said she woke up to find the room (pictured before the break-in) was in disarray