Olivia Buckland has hit back after being filmed eating on a night out [Getty]
Love Island’s Olivia Buckland hit out after being treated “like an animal in a zoo” while being filmed by a fan.
The TV star admitted she was left feeling “uncomfortable and anxious” during the encounter, after an unnamed woman allegedly filmed and laughed at her.
Taking to Twitter to hit back over the incident, the blonde beauty said: “Please do not video me like I’m some kind of animal in a zoo. When I turn around & stare straight at you & you laugh & film me.. not ok.
Olivia Buckland lashes out after being filmed on a night out with a friend [Olivia Buckland/Twitter]
Olivia Buckland hit back after being ‘filmed and laughed at’ [Getty]
Alex Bowen’s soon-to-be-wife added: “It’s not only embarrassing for you as a human being – but also makes me extremely uncomfortable & anxious. So next time think.”
Olivia continued by hitting back at fans who claimed she was “asking for the attention” after becoming a reality TV star.
“LOL ok so you guys would be happy to be filmed eating if you used to have an eating disorder yeah? DIDNT THINK SO,” she wrote.
Olivia Buckland reveals new look on Instagram as she poses with Cara De La Hoyde [Olivia Buckland/Instagram]
She added: “I will selfie non stop with people I LOVE meeting you all it legit makes me happy. However a girl & her bf laughing at me n filming me is not kk.”
The remarks come just one week after Olivia was forced to hit back at another social media troll after being told to “lay off the burgers”.
“Hahahahah wtf!!!! Cara is glowing and Olivia looks like she needs to lay off the burgers she looks like a fat kid,” the troll posted.
Olivia Buckland lashed out at trolls [Olivia Buckland/Instagram]
Alex Bowen’s fiancée did not take the comment lying down, and begged everyone to “wake up”.
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“The issue is that something as simple as me not wearing mascara, eye shadow, lashes, eyeliner etc – is causing people to believe I look ‘worse’ or ‘ill’,” she told her 1.3million followers, in a post on her story.
“It’s looked at as if it’s controversial to not have hair stuck to my eyes with glitter and black lines on my eyelids. Wake up world. I love my beauty produces and my cosmetics but I don’t rely on them to paint a smile on my face. Nor should you.”