AUDREY Roloff has been slammed by fans for not wearing a mask and deciding to go to a winery in the middle of a pandemic.
The former reality star took to Instagram to share a snap of her sister, captioning the post: “Went wine tasting yesterday for my sister’s half birthday cause she’s always looking for a reason to celebrate.”
But fans were not impressed, with one calling Audrey “proudly moronic.”
“Going on a wine tour maskless during a pandemic to celebrate an… adult’s half birthday?” questioned another.
“It’s the going to a winery in the middle of a pandemic to celebrate a half birthday for me,” criticized a third.
One fan chose to play devil’s advocate though, and shared that in New York’s wine country “you need a reservation for a tasting (to keep capacity down)” and that “during the tasting you can remove your mask, so this was probably taken before she put the mask back on.”
The Little People star and her husband Jeremy have previously been branded “entitled” and “careless” after they took off on a road trip during the coronavirus pandemic in 2020.
Audrey and Jeremy hit the open road in their van with two-year-old daughter Ember and son Bode, one.
The family, who live in Portland, Oregn, travelled the pacific northwest visiting Jeremy’s sister Molly in Spokane, Washington.
They then hit Idaho and are now enjoying Montana, including Flathead and Glacier national parks.
But fans were not impressed with their decision to “flaunt” the trip on social media, especially after Audrey commented on a recent post that they “may not come home for a while.”
One fan wrote: “I think she likes to rub in people’s faces how rich and entitled she is.”
Another added: “I haven’t seen them wearing masks in public NOT EVEN ONCE,” while one fan tried to defend while acknowledging her posts are “tone-deaf.”
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The fan shared: “I think its fine for people to give their experiences as long as they keep it in perspective a little.
“Blathering on and on about how amazing things are for them seems really tone-deaf.”
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