Louise McSharry has revealed that a Facebook page is using her wedding photo for a “bulls**t story.”
The 2FM presenter took to Twitter to warn her followers about the fake story, writing, “This Facebook page (which has only three likes) is promoting a post which uses our wedding photo with an absolute bulls**t story and links to a non-existent story on a bot site. WTAF.”
“The irony is that the only reason that photo exists on the internet is because it was used in a piece I wrote for @thepooluk about NOT losing weight for my wedding,” she continued.
This Facebook page (which has only three likes) is promoting a post which uses our wedding photo with an absolute bullshit story and links to a non-existent story on a bot site. WTAF. pic.twitter.com/dymzPwmlI7
— Louise McSharry (@louisemcsharry) February 12, 2019
Louise informed her followers that she has a friend who works in Facebook, and confirmed that she’s reported the page.
Louise is not the first Irish celebrity to be targeted by fake stories and pages on Facebook, as Amy Huberman slammed a scam article that claimed she used a particular face cream.
Miriam O’Callaghan also recently filed a lawsuit against the social media platform, after she attempted to get false advertisements removed for several months.