Rita Ora Accused of Violating Covid-19 Lockdown Rules at Rented Country Farmhouse

The ‘Hot Right Now’ singer has allegedly angered her neighbors at country retreat for disregarding the coronavirus lockdown rules amid the global pandemic.

AceShowbizRita Ora has reportedly riled neighbours at her rented country retreat by living it up with pals during the U.K.’s COVID-19 lockdown.

Britons remain under a stay at home order amid the global health crisis, with citizens only allowed to go outside for shopping or to collect medicine, for one daily bout of exercise, and to travel to work if it’s absolutely essential.

According to The Sun newspaper, “How to Be Lonely” star Rita is spending the time at a rented property 150 miles from her north London home, with the star’s agent insisting she had arrived at the idyllic farmhouse on March 21, 2020 – prior to Prime Minister Boris Johnson initiating the lockdown.

However, local residents reported Rita’s group of guests has been enjoying bike rides, ordering neighbours away from public footpaths near the property, and using drones to follow them.

They added her guests were shouted at by a farmer after wandering on to private land, with one local resident writing on an online forum, “Surely she should respect the rules and have stayed in f**king London?”

Another said her seven-year-old son was “reduced to tears” by security staff screaming at them when they were on a nearby public footpath, adding, “Minutes later a drone sent up from the property followed us as we walked away.”

However, a friend of the “Hot Right Now” singer insisted that while she has had five people at her holiday home working on her album, reports of raucous parties and irresponsible behaviour that has upset locals are false.

“She is deadly serious about coronavirus lockdown and doing her bit by self-isolating and not travelling home,” they said.

Meanwhile, according to the star’s mum Vera, a trained psychiatrist, Rita is volunteering her time to assist Britain’s struggling National Health Service amid the coronavirus pandemic. She will “deliver medical supplies, collect prescriptions, check on the elderly and make phone calls to lonely and vulnerable members of the community,” Vera told Hello! magazine.

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