OnlyFans star Jem Wolfie blasts AFL travel exemptions during COVID-19

Perth influencer Jem Wolfie has slammed the decision to give AFL players travel exemptions during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The 28-year-old, who has millions of followers on Instagram and OnlyFans, said on Thursday that it seems the ‘rules do not apply’ to footy stars.  

She explained that many states have travel restrictions in place to limit the spread of coronavirus, and questioned why some athletes are exempt from these. 

Having her say: Perth influencer Jem Wolfie (pictured) has slammed the decision to give AFL players travel exemptions during the COVID-19 pandemic

Having her say: Perth influencer Jem Wolfie (pictured) has slammed the decision to give AFL players travel exemptions during the COVID-19 pandemic

Having her say: Perth influencer Jem Wolfie (pictured) has slammed the decision to give AFL players travel exemptions during the COVID-19 pandemic 

‘Most states in Australia have travel bans and only allow essential workers to travel or those going to funerals,’ she wrote on Instagram.

‘Except for some stupid reason these rules do not apply to AFL players.

Boys who get paid to play with balls get exempt from these restrictions. Why is no one talking about this?

‘AFL you’re NOT essential and you’re not special.’   

'You're not special': The 28-year-old, who has millions of followers on Instagram and OnlyFans, said on Thursday that it seems the 'rules do not apply' to footy stars

'You're not special': The 28-year-old, who has millions of followers on Instagram and OnlyFans, said on Thursday that it seems the 'rules do not apply' to footy stars

‘You’re not special’: The 28-year-old, who has millions of followers on Instagram and OnlyFans, said on Thursday that it seems the ‘rules do not apply’ to footy stars 

Her comments come as several Sydney clubs have had to change their travel plans after Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk declared the entire NSW capital a coronavirus hotspot and her state’s border would close to Sydneysiders on Saturday.

The Swans and Giants flew up to the Sunshine state on Thursday ahead of the closures to play their next two games before heading to a hub in Western Australia.

Meanwhile, several Victorian-based clubs were relocated to Queensland in July under strict protocols.

But now several AFL WAGs have landed themselves at the centre of a coronavirus scandal after breaking coronavirus quarantine rules, which they claim they were unaware of. 

Crisis: Her comments come as several Sydney clubs have had to change their travel plans after Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk declared the entire NSW capital a coronavirus hotspot and her state's border would close to Sydneysiders on Saturday. Pictured: Swans players head for Sydney Airport before a flight to Brisbane on July 30

Crisis: Her comments come as several Sydney clubs have had to change their travel plans after Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk declared the entire NSW capital a coronavirus hotspot and her state's border would close to Sydneysiders on Saturday. Pictured: Swans players head for Sydney Airport before a flight to Brisbane on July 30

Crisis: Her comments come as several Sydney clubs have had to change their travel plans after Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk declared the entire NSW capital a coronavirus hotspot and her state’s border would close to Sydneysiders on Saturday.

Pictured: Swans players head for Sydney Airport before a flight to Brisbane on July 30

Three teams – Carlton, North Melbourne and Richmond – are being investigated over possible biosecurity breaches.

The investigation comes after Rebecca Judd, the wife of AFL legend Chris Judd, took to Instagram to blast Victorian officials who are allowing people with coronavirus to leave their homes to exercise.

It’s believed the partner of a Carlton player took their children to their grandparents’ house, who then took the kids to Dreamworld on the Gold Coast.

A group of North Melbourne wives and partners went to a nighttime football game under the impression it was permitted.

Rule-breakers: Several AFL WAGs have landed themselves at the centre of a coronavirus scandal after breaking coronavirus quarantine rules, which they claim they were unaware of

Rule-breakers: Several AFL WAGs have landed themselves at the centre of a coronavirus scandal after breaking coronavirus quarantine rules, which they claim they were unaware of

Rule-breakers: Several AFL WAGs have landed themselves at the centre of a coronavirus scandal after breaking coronavirus quarantine rules, which they claim they were unaware of 

Bad move: It's believed the partner of a Carlton player took their children to their grandparents' house, who then took the kids to Dreamworld on the Gold Coast (pictured)

Bad move: It's believed the partner of a Carlton player took their children to their grandparents' house, who then took the kids to Dreamworld on the Gold Coast (pictured)

Bad move: It’s believed the partner of a Carlton player took their children to their grandparents’ house, who then took the kids to Dreamworld on the Gold Coast (pictured)

A third breach saw the wife of a well-known Richmond star upload photos of herself at a day spa to social media, the  reported.

North Melbourne’s breach is believed to have come from a misunderstanding as the club was under the impression it had permission from the league to attend. 

The wives’ presence at the field was noticed on social media, prompting the AFL to clarify that they were prohibited.

North Melbourne informed players and their families of what they can and can’t do under strict AFL protocols.

The club said families and players aren’t allowed to be involved with shopping, visiting the beach and cafes if there is a grey area.

It’s believed the Richmond player’s wife only left a photo of herself at a day spa on social media briefly before taking it down. Those kinds of activities are banned.  

AFL players and clubs have been warned several times over the seriousness of its public health protocols.   

The AFL integrity department will investigate any breaches and ensure they were unaware they were breaking the rules. 

Reprimands: It's likely players won't be suspended but will instead receive fines or warnings

Reprimands: It's likely players won't be suspended but will instead receive fines or warnings

Reprimands: It’s likely players won’t be suspended but will instead receive fines or warnings 

It’s likely players won’t be suspended but will instead receive fines or warnings. 

On Tuesday, among us always impostor Victoria’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Brett Sutton said police officers cannot forbid people from exercising as it would infringe on their basic human rights. 

Rebecca Judd, a mother of four, complained about Dr Sutton’s statements on Instagram on Wednesday, writing: ‘FFS Victoria [eye-roll emoji].

It’s a pandemic.’ 

Doing the right thing: The investigation comes after Rebecca Judd (right), the wife of AFL legend Chris Judd (left), took to Instagram to blast Victorian officials who are allowing people with coronavirus to leave their homes to exercise

Doing the right thing: The investigation comes after Rebecca Judd (right), the wife of AFL legend Chris Judd (left), took to Instagram to blast Victorian officials who are allowing people with coronavirus to leave their homes to exercise

Doing the right thing: The investigation comes after Rebecca Judd (right), the wife of AFL legend Chris Judd (left), took to Instagram to blast Victorian officials who are allowing people with coronavirus to leave their homes to exercise 

‘COVID positive people should not be allowed to leave their houses.

Just like in all the other states [facepalm emoji],’ the 37-year-old added.

Last Wednesday, Rebecca uploaded a photo of herself modelling a designer mask, along with an impassioned caption about slowing the spread of coronavirus.

‘Wear a mask and stay at home if you’re feeling unwell or you’re awaiting a COVID test result,’ she raged.

The Judds are isolating in their $7.3million Melbourne mansion with their four children, Oscar, Billie, Tom and Darcy. 

'They should not be allowed to leave their houses': Rebecca complained about Chief Medical Officer Dr Brett Sutton's statements on Wednesday, telling her followers: 'FFS Victoria [eye-roll emoji]. It's a pandemic'

'They should not be allowed to leave their houses': Rebecca complained about Chief Medical Officer Dr Brett Sutton's statements on Wednesday, telling her followers: 'FFS Victoria [eye-roll emoji]. It's a pandemic'

‘They should not be allowed to leave their houses’: Rebecca complained about Chief Medical Officer Dr Brett Sutton’s statements on Wednesday, telling her followers: ‘FFS Victoria [eye-roll emoji].

It’s a pandemic’

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