Jesy Nelson ‘Shaken Up’ After Being Insulted By Woman At Restaurant

Jesy Nelson ‘Shaken Up’ After Being Insulted By Woman At Restaurant

The former Little Mix singer visited Chiltern Firehouse in central London for drinks with a group of friends when the incident took place last Friday.

It’s believed a woman come towards Jesy’s group complaining they had sat on her scarf, according to The Sun. The Boyz singer did not engage with the argument but later apologized to staff on behalf of the woman.

Jesy continued her night at the restaurant and was told she was always welcome back to the celebrity favorite haunt.

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They added: ‘Jesy then apologized to the owner on the girl’s behalf and continues to be welcomed back at Chiltern Firehouse.

‘Jesy has even done documentaries on her experience of being targeted and this is just one more experience she has to deal with. It is relentless at the moment.’

The pop star, who quit Little Mix last year before launching her solo career, has been open about her mental health battles. In 2019, she released the documentary, Odd One Out, in which she detailed the trolling and bullying she was subjected to throughout her time in Little Mix.

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Explaining her decision to leave the girl band, Jesy told The Guardian in August: ‘I was having these panic attacks out of nowhere. I couldn’t understand what was happening. It got to the point where I thought, this is too much I need to come out of this now.’

 

 

 

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