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Bachelorette star Georgia Love is being slammed for a video that mocks disabled people


The Bachelorette’s Georgia Love has been slammed after she shared a video that appeared to make fun of a man with facial palsy.

The TV star, 34, shared a now-deleted TikTok clip of her performing a skit in which she was sent for a drink by a mystery man at a bar.

Georgia was seen smiling in the video as she accepted a free glass of champagne before the camera panned to the mystery man in the bar who bought it for her.

Australian comedian Sammy Peterson, who has facial palsy, smiled at her from across the bar.

Georgia captioned the clip with some telling words: ‘POV: They sent you a drink from the guy at the bar… the guy at the bar.’

The Bachelorette’s Georgia Love (pictured) has been slammed after she shared a video that appeared to make fun of a man with facial palsy.

Many Georgia fans were horrified by the footage, which appeared to mock people with disabilities, and were quick to complain on Facebook.

“That’s disgusting. They are often wrong, aren’t they? There’s a difference between impersonating a creep and impersonating someone who looks disabled,” one person shot back.

“Oh boy, Georgia missed the mark again. When will he learn?’ the other person asked.

The video shows her accepting a drink from a mystery man before the camera pans to show Australian comedian Sammy Peterson, who has facial palsy, smiling at her across the bar.

Many Georgia fans were horrified by the footage, which appeared to mock people with disabilities, and were quick to complain on Facebook.

Many Georgia fans were horrified by the footage, which appeared to mock people with disabilities, and were quick to complain on Facebook.

However, one person claimed the man in the clip was played by a real-life comedian with facial palsy, it «made sense» in context – but was quickly refuted by another, who said: «He’s not himself in the video so it’s irrelevant. ‘

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Daily Mail Australia has reached out to Georgia for comment.

This isn’t the first time Georgia has found herself in hot water over a video she shared on social media.

In September 2021, she apologized after posting an «offensive» clip on Instagram.

This isn't the first time Love has found herself in hot water over a video she shared on social media.  In September 2021, she apologized after posting an

This isn’t the first time Love has found herself in hot water over a video she shared on social media. In September 2021, she apologized after posting an «offensive» clip on Instagram

The former reality star sparked backlash by uploading footage of a cat sitting in the window of an Asian restaurant in Melbourne.

Over the footage she wrote: ‘Shop staff or lunch?! (shocked emoticon, crying-laughing emoticon).’

The reality TV personality, who later deleted the video, returned to Instagram with a heartfelt apology post.



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