Kelly Dodd took to Instagram to “make clear” feedback she made about the coronavirus pandemic — once more.
The “Actual Housewives of Orange County” star took intention at Web page Six on Tuesday after we reported her claims that “no one is dying” of coronavirus in Orange County, Calif., had been incorrect.
The truth star stated on her Instagram Story Monday, “No one is carrying masks right here in Orange County. Yup, as a result of no one is dying right here of the virus.” Nevertheless, the county’s demise toll was greater than 130 as of Monday.
“I used to be not at all minimizing deaths which were brought on by this virus, and I really feel for his or her family members,” Dodd, 44, stated in response to our report. “Nevertheless, Orange County has 133 deaths out of three million folks — a lot decrease than most.”
Addressing her celebratory remarks about folks not carrying masks, she added, “I felt inspired and excited that individuals had been out and about and there was some semblance of normalcy.”
The “RHOC” star additionally blasted Us Weekly for accusing Dodd in a now-revised story of not carrying a masks herself within the video she recorded on Memorial Day.
“I used to be carrying a masks,” she stated earlier than pointing to her mother within the clip. “This girl proper right here was not carrying the masks, and no patrons once we had been consuming had been carrying the masks. The servers had been, however you’ll be able to’t eat with a masks on, so get your information straight.”
This is not the primary time Dodd has needed to “make clear” her remarks about the pandemic.
In April, she apologized repeatedly for saying COVID-19 is “God’s means of thinning the herd.” Two weeks later, she then got here beneath hearth once more for saying, “Properly, persons are going to die! I’m sorry to inform ya.”