Why is this important: While in compulsory quarantine at a hotel in Sydney, Hopkins posted a video online in which she spoke out against the lockdowns and joked about breaking the rules by answering the door naked and without a mask on people who delivered his meals to him.
Details: The producers of the “Big Brother VIP” TV show and the Seven Network said in a statement on Sunday that Hopkins would not appear on the show and they “strongly condemn his irresponsible and reckless comments in hotel quarantine. “.
- Home Secretary Karen Andrews told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Monday that Hopkins’ visa was canceled overnight.
- “We’ll get her out of the country” as soon as arrangements can be made, Andrews said. “I hope that will happen imminently,” she added.
Go back: Hopkins’ predominantly Islamophobic Twitter messages were amplified by former President Trump before she was banned by the platform.
Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect Hopkins’ deportation.