After a video leaked online, it made headlines and sparked a social media storm, but many people were distracted by the clip’s other content. Nadia Bartel found herself in the middle of a social media storm because she was apparently photographed smoking white powder at a party allegedly during the Melbourne shutdown.
However, even though the former influencer-turned-WAG made headlines on Friday for all the wrong reasons, some people were distracted by the Kmart article used in the alleged behavior.
The 3-second clip obtained by the “Herald Sun” appears to show the 36-year-old internet celebrity leaning over and gulping down a row of white powder on a supposedly $ 3 plate bought from a discount supermarket.
Understandably, social media has been destroyed by obvious budget details. One Twitter user described Nadia as “starting a new Kmart Hack on her Instagram.”
“Now I can see people coming out to order that dish. Kmart is the big winner here,” wrote the wry comment. Another user wrote: “This is my Kmart badge.”
It’s unclear which Kmart series the gray household items come from, but it appears to be a “matte gray dinner plate” with a retail price of $ 3.00 and has received many five-star reviews on the brand’s website. Battelle apologized for her actions on Instagram Friday afternoon and said that her actions disappointed everyone.
“Hello everyone, my behavior has disappointed you,” she wrote. “I take full responsibility and promise to take all necessary steps to ensure that I make better decisions in the future.
“I am ashamed and sorry for my family and friends, my business partners, and the public health workers who are trying to ensure the safety of all of us.” I sincerely apologize. I hope I can earn your forgiveness and earn your trust in time. Nadia “.
Since she split from AFL star Jimmy Battelle in August 2019, Nadia has built a successful career as a social media influencer and businesswoman. After they finally divorced, Nadia decided to keep her last name, which is the same as that of the former couple’s two children, 5-year-old Aston and 3-year-old Henley.
Her fashion brand Henne hers launched in 2019, but last year the brand really took off, cementing her position as a Melbourne socialite. She also launched the Spray Aus fake tan brand with Rebecca Judd and her friend Ellie Pearson, who also happened to be very popular, and had seen Nadia posing with Bec in a little swimsuit.
At a small gathering Thursday night, Ellie’s Instagram account “accidentally” posted these photos. The video was quickly removed, but the broadcast on social media did not stop in time.
Battelle apologized for his actions on Instagram Friday afternoon and said his actions disappointed everyone. “Hello everyone, my behavior has disappointed you,” he wrote.
“I take full responsibility and promise to take all necessary steps to ensure that I make better decisions in the future.