‘Outlander’ Star Sam Heughan Defends Coronavirus Quarantine in Hawaii After Online Abuse

Outlander Series star Sam Heughan has defied his determination to quarantine in Huwai. He is leaving his United Kingdom home to self-isolate in Huwai, thousands of kilometers away at the time of coronavirus pandemic, which is opposed by online communities.

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Sam Heughan told his followers on Friday through his Instagram account that his metal health has deteriorated due to criticism over the past 6 years.

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But now his breaking point has come when he is being criticized for living on self-isolation in another country amid this epidemic.

He wrote in his Instagram statement that “After the past 6 years of constant bullying, harassment, stalking and false narrative I am at a loss, upset, hurt and have to speak out.”

“It’s affecting my life, mental state and is a daily concern. My costars, friends, family, myself, in fact anyone I’m associated with, has been subjected to personal slurs, shaming, abuse, death threats, stalking, sharing of private information and vile, false narrative. “

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Sam wrote “Recently, these false claims vary from me manipulating fans, being a closet-homosexual, trying to mislead or exhort fans for money and disregarding Covid advice. I’ve done non (sic) of the above.”

He told that I have already come to Huwai of coronavirus pandemic and all the facilities of travel have been stopped due to this epidemic, due to which I could not return.

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“None of us knew how bad things would get but as the situation worsened, upon the advice of everyone I trust, I decided to remain in a safe environment.”

“It was a good decision. I’m safe, isolated, putting no one at risk and am not a burden to the locals.”