He’s not ashamed of having an opinion, and now Laurence Fox has been accused of buying a coronavirus mask waiver badge.
The actor, divorced from former Billie Piper in 50 seconds, shared a photo of himself wearing a badge on Twitter.
At 42, he wrote: “After long consultations with myself, extended review periods and proper due diligence, I received a badge ordered from Amazon.
“Thank you for doing. # Anxiety.”
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However, Twitter users got angry after viewing the post and attacked politicians by going to the comments section.
One answered. “You have gone down to my estimates. Be courageous, conviction, don’t wear a mask, and say when you ask, “No.”
“Americans with disabilities are tired of non-disabled people who use us as an excuse.”
Second addition: “Oh, is Amazon doing GP consultations now? @lozzafox Your actions are shameful and offensive to everyone who has died and who currently suffers from Covid-19.”
“You’re ashamed of people like your brother who works at the forefront of nhs, but you don’t seem to want to know the truth,” another angry user wrote.
The fourth person said: “I am anxious. My partner is anxious. A lot of my friends are anxious.
“We all wear masks, because we are not selfish.”
Lawrence is best known for her role as DS James Hathaway in the British drama series Lewis from 2006 to 2015.
He has also appeared on ITV’s Victoria and has appeared in several films including The Hole and Elizabeth: The Golden Age.
The star of the stage and screen married fellow actor Billy Piper after appearing in theatrical play in 2007.
The two announced their separation in 2016 and were approved for divorce in the same year.
They share Winston (12 years old) and Eugene (8 years old).