Charlotte Dawson Again Goes To A Person’s Employers To Complain
Australia’s Next Top Model judge Charlotte Dawson has again contacted a person employer to complain about what they said about her on social media.
Last week a Flight Centre employee called Andrew wrote
“Judges Charlotte Dawson, and Alex Perry Jeesus (sic) Christchurch guys lay off the botox and fillers!!!” he posted.
“You two need help.”
The Daily Telegraph is reporting Charlotte then wrote to Flight Centre to complain about him and then of course contacted the media so she could get the company to respond.
Dawson then wrote to Flight Centre in order to notify them of their employee’s offensive online rant.
“While we anticipate some people are going to have opinions about the show and even express their distaste for the appearance of participants and judges, Alex and I feel that posts of this nature do not reflect well on Flight Centre,” Dawson wrote.
“I am a 47-year-old woman who has Botox.
“I don’t have fillers.
“Whilst Andrew has every right to express his disgust at the condition of our faces, I don’t believe our choices should be slammed by a Flight Centre employee.”
A Flight Centre spokeswoman said Moros would not be reprimanded as the comments were made from his personal account. “We are aware of what has been said publicly,” a Flight Centre spokeswoman said.
What is strange is that Alex Perry appears to be getting involved he normally stays out of these types of scenarios.
Also it is interesting that Charlotte takes the view that if you have been slighted on social media that a formal complaint should be made to their employer.
The Daily Telegraph needs to stop reporting these stories as it just justifies in Charlotte’s mind that her behaviour on these issues is appropriate.