Kirstie Allsopp deletes Twitter post about Sarah Everard’s murder

Kirstie Allsopp sparked outrage on Twitter earlier this week when she was accused of linking Sarah Everard’s murder to her views on the lockdown.

The 50-year-old presenter was flooded with complaints after replying to a tweet from broadcaster Jeremy Vine.

Since then, Kirstie has been “hugely offended” by the news and eventually decided to delete it.

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Kirstie Allsopp’s outrage on Twitter

Jeremy posted that he wasn’t sure his daughters should trust cops.

It comes after former Met Police Officer Wayne Couzens was sentenced to life imprisonment for the kidnapping, rape and murder of Sarah.

Kirstie responded to her TV host’s message.

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She replied, “No, you are making sure that there are never more bans.

“Under all other circumstances this could not have happened.”

Next to a screenshot of the tweet, a user posted: “She deleted it. But we all saw it @KirstieMAllsopp. “

Another commented, “Wow. Just wow. Maybe you take a step back for a while. “

Another complained: “Horrible news @KirstieMAllsopp.”

A third raged: “You are using the tragic murder of this poor girl to represent a political point of view? That must be a new low. “

Another argued, however, “Unfortunately the lockdown rules played a role when he used them to arrest them.

“He deserves everything the prison system can make him suffer for life.”

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Twitter users complained that Kirstie had hit a “new low” (Image credit: ITV)

Kirstie speaks out after receiving “enormous amounts of abuse”

Kirstie didn’t stay calm, however, and soon returned to Twitter.

The host shared an article about Sarah’s murder.

The headline read: “Ministers knew before Sarah Everard was murdered that the ‘draconian’ Covid laws gave police too much power.”

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She also responded to the negative comments.

“I’m sorry you don’t like it, but I received massive abuse for making this point,” wrote Kirstie.

She said in a second tweet: “What’s ‘hideous’ about not believing in distributing powers that can be abused?”

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