OnlyFans star claims she got ‘500 death threats’ after viral quarantine video

Tennis superstar Bernard Tomic’s girlfriend Vanessa Sierra has claimed she received hundreds of death threats after she was criticised for sharing a glimpse of their Australian Open quarantine stint online.

OnlyFans star Vanessa was criticised by some earlier this week after sharing a video of herself bemoaning a number of first-world problems as her and her partner quarantine.

Tennis stars competing in this year’s tournament are being forced to quarantine in hotels due to an outbreak of Covid-19 cases from three of the 17 chartered flights which carried players and staff.

Vanessa revealed that herself and Tomic have been stuck inside playing video games up to 11 hours a day as she complained about the food she's being given and her lack of access to a professional hairdresser.

The Australian Love Island bombshell, who went public over her relationship with Tomic back in November, also reveals they have ditched the hotel’s food in favour of UberEats because it is "s***".

"This is the worst part of quarantine: I don’t wash my own hair. I’ve never washed my own hair. It’s just not something that I do. I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me, so this is the situation that we’re dealing with," Sierra said.

And in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, fans were quick to hit out at Sierra for bemoaning what many consider as first-world problems.

One wrote: "Spoilt brats complaining they can't be as spoilt as they're used to."

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Another said: "The players who complain should be disqualified as they are acting like spoiled brats. These players get paid most likely big money and people have lost their lives, jobs and a lot of Australians are stuck overseas."

A third commented: "The fact he's able to participate in an event of this scale during this climate is nothing short of a privilege. Don't forget you CHOSE to travel and take part in the event and don't forget that everyone else during quarantine is treated the same way you are."

Tomic’s compatriot and fellow tennis star Nick Kyrgios has also hit out at Sierra, writing on Twitter: "I don’t mind Bernie but his Mrs obviously has no perspective, ridiculous scenes."

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But Sierra has hit back over the "s*** show", declaring she was misrepresented and detailing her recent charity efforts during the pandemic.

"Never thought I’d wake up to 500 death threats and hate after poking fun at myself about my hair," she wrote.

"It’s easy to take something out of context when you take two sentences out of a 10-minute vlog, and throw it in a negative news story on mainstream media amidst tennis player complaints about their mandatory quarantine," she wrote on Instagram on Tuesday, January 19, night.

"My vlog is irrelevant to the above complaints. Social media is my full-time work and daily vlogs on YouTube are a part of this, I’m real, honest and raw and show things as they are.

"Watching the snippets, as an outsider on channel 7’s twisted story with no idea of who I am, what I do, or having watched any of my previous vlogs, of course, it’s going to look bad. How could it not? You can shape anything to look bad with a bit of cutting and merging into a negative news story

"Had these same people watched my vlog without 7’s influence, I’m sure they would’ve seen my video as tongue in cheek and light-hearted, and found it somewhat interesting to have this preview of our lives.

"People who know me know I’m not one to complain. And yes. I will make jokes to brighten a mentally challenging situation"

A total of 72 players on three planes have been deemed close contacts of the four positive Covid-19 cases at the tournament, meaning they are not allowed to leave their hotel rooms for 14 days.

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