Evangeline Lilly of 'Lost' Fame Refuses to Self- Isolate Amid COVID-19 Outbreak & Fans Are Disappointed
People all over the world are reacting to the coronavirus pandemic in different ways. “Lost” actress, Evangeline Lilly, recently took to social media to share her personal thoughts and some of her fans weren’t pleased.
Taking to her Instagram account, Lilly, 40, shared two images of her cup of morning tea and revealed in her caption that she’d “Just dropped my kids off at gymnastics camp.” The actress also shared that her children had washed “their hands before going in.”
She explained how they were “playing and laughing,” and that for her it was “#businessasusual.” The “Ant-Man and the Wasp” actress’s fans responded to the post with some of them wanting to know why she wasn’t self-isolating.
Lilly prefers freedom over self-isolation
Some others agreed with her methods. The star explained that she was staying with her father who was diagnosed with stage 4 leukemia but didn’t seem concerned about possibly exposing him to the virus.
Some people value their lives over freedom
Fans disappointed with Evangeline
“Some people value their lives over freedom, some people value freedom over their lives. We all make our choices.”
COVID-19 called a respiratory flu
She went as far as claiming that the coronavirus was just a “respiratory flu” and shared her worry that the government was using it to take too much control. Lilly complained that she felt she was living under Martial Law.
Actress is open to learning
The star asked her fans to be “kind” and “vigilant,” shared that “we’re in this together” and thanked them for “listening.” The actress also explained that she was open to learning and was willing to reconsider her position.
Human-rights activist past
She also claimed that she had heard her fan’s concerns. Her latest opinions seem contradictory for someone who was “an antipoverty and human-rights activist in college.”
Star’s acting credits
Fans will recognize Lilly from films like "Avengers: Endgame" (2019,) "Little Evil" (2017), "Ant-Man" (2015), "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" (2014), and "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" (2013) just to name a few.
The actress was born as Nicole Evangeline Lilly on August 3, 1979. She was born in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada.
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