Just weeks after her controversial exit from the Channel 7 soap, Sam Frost appears to be lampooning Home And Away’s dramatic storylines.
Sam Frost has seemingly mocked Home And Away’s dramatic storylines just weeks after her controversial departure from the Channel 7 soap.
The 32-year-old Australian reality star-turned-actress has republished a story from a satirical website The Betoota lawyer, which included an article deriding the local show’s penchant for including car crash scenes.
The article’s headline read, “Home and Away Writer Fired for Not Meeting Quota for One Car Crash Scene Per Season.”
Frost who filmed her final scenes for the show in December, after previously revealing that she had not been vaccinated against Covid-19, shared the article on her Instagram Stories, before commenting on the original post and quoting a line from the story.
“and if possible a blast,” she wrote alongside laughing emojis.
Frost played Jasmine Delaney on the show for four years.
The former Bachelorette became the center of controversy in October when she revealed it was her in an emotional, now-deleted, video on her Instagram was not vaccinated, despite Seven Network requiring vaccinations for employees.
She said she could “get in trouble” for revealing her stance, but pleaded for “compassion” and “empathy” for those who made the same decision as her, adding “there’s a lot of segregation” .
“I’ve really hesitated to do a video or even talk about it, but I feel like it’s getting to a point in the world now where there’s a lot of segregation, a lot of harsh judgment, and it’s taking its toll on mine.” sanity,” Frost told her 577,000 followers on Instagram.
“There are many different reasons why people don’t get vaccinated – and it could be because of their medical history, concerns they might have, they might have a family history, it might be religious reasons, whatever.
“I want to say to people who feel like they’re being cut off from society – well I’m not vaccinated and there’s a reason I’m not.
“I’ve spoken to my doctor and my psychologist about this, and I’ll keep it private.”
Following the backlash, Frost announced she would be getting the vaccination in February as she had a medical procedure booked for January.
At the time, she said she would definitely return in early 2022 to reprise her role.
“My bosses are great, we have been in open communication for months. Very grateful we were able to come up with a plan that works for everyone,” she wrote.
But just a few weeks later, it was announced that Frost was leaving the show and moving to Melbourne.
She recently announced the publication of her book, Believewho describes her mental health problems.