Katie Hopkins claims she’s RETURNED to Australia as she posts cryptic airport photo

Katie Hopkins claims she’s RETURNED to Australia as she posts cryptic airport photo – after being deported for ‘breaching quarantine’


Katie Hopkins was deported from Australia after claims she breached hotel quarantine in Sydney in July. 

The right wing pundit has denied she ever broke the rules – and on Saturday, the 48 claimed she was back Down Under. 

Katie posted a photo to Instagram which showed her sitting on the floor of an airport alongside a luggage trolley. 

In town: Katie Hopkins (pictured) was deported from Australia after claims she breached hotel quarantine in Sydney in July. The right wing pundit has denied she ever broke the rules – and on Saturday, the 48 claimed she was back Down Under. Katie posted a photo to Instagram which showed her sitting on the floor of an airport alongside a luggage trolley

She wrote in her caption: ‘The glamour is REAL people … Let’s get amongst it. Are you ready Australia? 

‘Deputy Prime Minister – I’m back with my bongos – you utter c**kwomble. #freeaustralia’. 

However all may be not what it seems, as in the image, the TV personality is using a wall socket to charge her phone which appears to be European, not Australian. 

She wrote in her caption: 'Are you ready Australia? Deputy Prime Minister - I'm back with my bongos - you utter c**kwomble.' However all may be not what it seems, as in the image, the TV personality is using a wall socket to charge her phone which appears to be European, not Australian. Additionally, there is what appears to be Spanish text on trolley

 She wrote in her caption: ‘Are you ready Australia? Deputy Prime Minister – I’m back with my bongos – you utter c**kwomble.’ However all may be not what it seems, as in the image, the TV personality is using a wall socket to charge her phone which appears to be European, not Australian. Additionally, there is what appears to be Spanish text on trolley

Additionally, there is what appears to be Spanish text on her rented luggage trolley.   

The British pundit was kicked out of the country with a $1,000 fine after posting a bizarre video detailing her plans to break quarantine by opening her door to food deliveries naked and without a mask. 

However in a lengthy video uploaded to her Instagram earlier this month, Katie claimed she never broke the rules – and says she was subject to ‘harassment’ from officials. 

Out: The British pundit was kicked out of the country with a $1,000 fine after posting a bizarre video detailing her plans to break quarantine by opening her door to food deliveries naked and without a mask

 Out: The British pundit was kicked out of the country with a $1,000 fine after posting a bizarre video detailing her plans to break quarantine by opening her door to food deliveries naked and without a mask

Katie also denied she leaned into a hotel corridor without her mask on, on July 16, for which she was fined.    

In the videos, the controversial media personality waved her $1000 fine at the camera, while repeatedly denying she ever breached quarantine. 

‘If you see any headlines saying was naked or broke quarantine or any of that, it is all bulls**t, it is all here on this piece of paper and they fined me $1000 for it’ she said. 

Star power: Hopkins was paid $200,000 and flown to Sydney by Channel Seven to appear on Australian Big Brother VIP, of which she is a former winner back home in Britain

Star power: Hopkins was paid $200,000 and flown to Sydney by Channel Seven to appear on Australian Big Brother VIP, of which she is a former winner back home in Britain

Hopkins was paid $200,000 and flown to Sydney by Channel Seven to appear on Australian Big Brother VIP, of which she is a former winner back home in Britain, before her deportation.   

But she was booted out of the show and kicked out of the country with the $1,000 fine after posting a bizarre video detailing her plans to break quarantine.    

‘The police officer who checked me in told me when they knock on my door I have to wait 30 seconds until I can open the door,’ she said in an Instagram Live video while breaking out into hysterics. 

Denied: Katie denied she leaned into a hotel corridor without her mask on, on July 16, for which she was fined. 'The police officer who checked me in told me when they knock on my door I have to wait 30 seconds until I can open the door,' she said in an Instagram Live video

Denied: Katie denied she leaned into a hotel corridor without her mask on, on July 16, for which she was fined. ‘The police officer who checked me in told me when they knock on my door I have to wait 30 seconds until I can open the door,’ she said in an Instagram Live video

Hopkins said she was ‘lying in wait’ to ‘spring [the door] open and frighten the s*** out of them and do it naked with no face mask.’ 

The controversial British social commentator boarded a Singapore Airlines flight from Sydney on July 19 after her ‘critical skills’ visa was torn up by the Federal Government. 

She continues try and claim her humiliating deportation as a victory, also telling her supporters she will never be ‘silenced’. 

Out: The controversial British social commentator boarded a Singapore Airlines flight from Sydney on July 19 after her 'critical skills' visa was torn up by the Federal Government

 Out: The controversial British social commentator boarded a Singapore Airlines flight from Sydney on July 19 after her ‘critical skills’ visa was torn up by the Federal Government

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