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Made in Chelsea's Jess Woodley looks unrecognisable compared to reality TV days

Jess now calls for her followers to 'cancel reality TV'

1/26/2021 7:38:00 PM

Jess now calls for her followers to 'cancel reality TV'

Jess Woodley left the E4 reality show in 2017, branding it 'identity theft' and has since kept an altogether lower profile.

Jess left the hit reality show in 2017 and has since slated the production deeming it "identity theft" and spoke of mental health struggles.The now 30-year-old starred in the show for two years and was best known for her relationship with Strictly star Jamie Laing and later for a love triangle between Jess, Alex Mytton and Nicola Hughes.

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Jess said appearing on reality TV left her with trauma and taking part was a mistake she will always regret.She now uses the platform the show created for her to promote spiritual wellness away from the TV limelight.In an extended post on Instagram, Jess warned fans about appearing on reality TV and outlined the negative repercussions that her involvement in the show led to.

She wrote: "A little personal note to anyone on here who may be following me from when I was on a reality TV show. I just want to express how dangerous the nature of mainstream reality TV is.(sic)"The affects it can have on human being, to me it felt like I made a decision at a very young age resulting in what feels like identity theft. (sic) headtopics.com

"Finding my way home has and is taking longer than I expected. I never imagined the repercussions of this choice of mine but here I am faced with a dilemma and to me a trauma. (sic)"We all made mistakes in life this feels like mine if you are following me for the wrong reasons and support reality TV please unfollow me. (sic)

"We need to come together and cancel reality TV.. People have died I believe it is a very serious matter please respect me like I respect you. I really really encourage you to erase watching/ supporting these programmes. (sic)"Be the change."

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