Mia Khalifa has responded to the news that Katie Hopkins is being deported from Australia – and seems delighted with the decision.
The far-right commentator, who arrived in Sydney last week, boasted about breaking hotel quarantine rules by answering the door naked and maskless to people delivering meals.
Home Affairs minister Karen Andrews later confirmed that Hopkins would be deported for her "appalling" behaviour.
The 46-year-old was set to appear on Big Brother VIP, but will now leave the country on Monday, July 19.
After the story was broken, former Pornhub star Mia tweeted: “LMFAOOOOOOOOOO.”
One user responded: “Fun fact: she’s only 46 years old.”
Mia then said: “Being a c*** is terrible for the skin.”
Home Affairs minister Karen Andrews slammed her "appalling" behavior.
"It's appalling that this individual behaved the way that she did and she will be leaving," Ms Andrews told Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
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"We will be getting her out of the country as soon as we can arrange that.”
The Seven Network – which airs Big Brother VIP in Australia – confirmed on Sunday that Hopkins would not feature in the forthcoming season.
It said in a statement: "Seven Network and Endemol Shine Australia confirm that Katie Hopkins is not part of Big Brother VIP.
"Seven and Endemol Shine strongly condemn her irresponsible and reckless comments in hotel quarantine."
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Hopkins' arrival in Australia had already created a backlash, coming after the government last week halved the number of Australian citizens and permanent residents permitted to return home each week to 3,000 – a move aimed at reducing the risk of Covid-19 leaking from hotel quarantine.
More than 34,000 Australians who are seeking to return home remain stranded overseas.
Australia's immigration minister Alex Hawke on Sunday said the country's border force had launched an investigation.
Referring to a story on Hopkins's actions, he said in a statement on Twitter: "With NSW & Victoria in lockdown, a reminder that temporary visa holders must obey public health orders.
"Australian Border Force (ABF) is reviewing this matter. Where visa conditions are breached, individuals may face visa cancellation in accordance with the law."
Seven people have been deported since May last year for contravening pandemic-related directives, the ABF said on Monday.
"All visa holders, whether permanent or temporary, who are in Australia during a pandemic situation are expected to abide by all public health directives issued by both Commonwealth and state and territory jurisdictions," the ABF said in a statement.
"A breach of these directions is considered a potential risk to the health, safety or good order of the Australian community."
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