FERNE McCann has been spotted for the first time since a shocking voicenote about an acid attack victim was leaked on social media.
The former The Only Way Is Essex star is currently facing fresh backlash after voice note emerged which claims to expose the star talking about Arthur Collins’ acid attack victim.
But in fresh voice notes last night, the leak social media account claimed that she made disgusting comments about one of her ex’s acid attack victims – Sophie Hall.
Now, the mother-of-one has been spotted for the first time since the latest upload, keeping a low profile on a day out near her home.
She was joined by her beau Lorri Haines as she kept her head turned from cameras, as they exited their Lamborghini vehicle.
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Ferne had dressed up for the occasion in smart pinstripe trousers and a white jumper, keeping warm with a woolly scarf.
She accessorised with a grey briefcase bag, as she appeared to also carry a school bag for her daughter Sunday, five.
The reality TV star pulled her brunette locks back from her face as she opted to wear her thick-framed glasses for the outing.
While she kept her face shielded, a casually-dressed Lorri, 30, looked downcast and serious as they stepped out together from their home.
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Last night, an anonymous Instagram account once again released voice notes which they claimed to be from Ferne.
The audio – of a woman’s voice – was captioned: “This is the real Ferne talking about the acid victims. This is disgusting and vile that she could ever talk about innocent victims. What a disgrace of a woman.”
The account alleges the voice is that of Ferne McCann – discussing Collins’ victim entering a beauty pageant and wearing a dress made from recycled headlines about the attack.
Arthur Collins is currently serving 20 years in prison after he threw acid in a nightclub and injured 14 people.
He was convicted of five counts of grievous bodily harm with intent, and nine counts of actual bodily harm against 14 people.
Collins threw acid across the packed dance floor at Mangle nightclub in Dalston, East London, during an Easter weekend night out in April 2017.
Sophie Hall, who was then 21, had been celebrating a friend’s birthday when she was hit by the burning liquid.
“She’ll probably win it I’m not gonna lie, only because the event and the awards that she has entered or beauty competition, whatever it is, they’re probably loving all this free press for their event so they’ll probably fix it, she’ll win it,” the woman can be heard saying.
“She is one ugly f***ing c***.”