'She With Future': Fans Slam Lori Harvey For Going to Casino During Pandemic

Friday 20th March 2020

Lori Harvey appears to be unbothered by the coronavirus outbreak. The model went to a casino style party draped in a tight brown bodycon dress, and fans began to wonder why she was seemingly out instead of staying safe in her own.

Harvey posted a photo of herself on Instagram leaning against a roulette table. She looked glamorous with her long black hair hanging in a tight ponytail and her small black Saint Laurent clutch sitting on her left side. Harvey sported a brown nail set to match her 'fit, and her fingers were covered in ice. She used the caption "Casino Royale 💰" to show fans her location.

The casino appeared to be crowded, and responding fans seemingly attacked Harvey for not practicing social distancing in the wake of the highly contagious COVID-19 virus.

A third fan shouted, "Get in the house baby. It's a pandemic!"

"She with future so she's immune to viruses," a fourth user said.

"If Lori don't gotta quarantine, neither do I! 🚗💨," joked a fifth.

A sixth user commented,"She said f -- -ck that corona 😍😍."

This was not the first time that Harvey seemed unfazed by an important situation. The 23-year-old model was celebrating her birthday in Jamaica when the Los Angeles County District Attorney's office officially charged her with one count of resisting, delaying, obstructing a peace officer, and one count of hit-and-run resulting in property damage.

Back in October, the star allegedly hit a parked car on Moreno Drive in Los Angeles. During the incident, Harvey's Mercedes G-Wagon flipped over and she was reported as having fled the scene by walking away. In spite of the charges that took place in her life in January, Harvey flooded her social media account with photos and videos of her turning up with her friends for her birthday.

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