RITA Ora paid a £ 10,000 fine after throwing an “unjustified” 30th birthday party with 30 friends.
The pop star told The Sun that she was “so sorry for breaking the rules” that she apologized for throwing the lavish gig on Saturday night.
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Sources revealed that she voluntarily paid a fine of £ 10,000 after speaking to the policemen who also came to her home this morning.
And in a statement posted on Instagram today, Rita said: “Hey everyone, I attended a small gathering with some friends to celebrate my 30th birthday. It was a surprising decision made with the misguided view that we are out of lockdown and that will be alright … I am I am so sorry for breaking the rules and realize that this puts people at risk.
“This was a fatal and unjustified error in judgment. Given the limitations, I realized how irresponsible these actions were and I take full responsibility.
“I feel especially embarrassed because I know firsthand how people have worked so hard to combat this terrible disease and to be fully aware of the sacrifices people and companies have made to help keep us all safe. Although this won’t fix it, I sincerely want to apologize.”
Thirty people attended a secret party at a restaurant in West London on Saturday.
One hospital employee said, “Do they think the rules don’t apply to them because they are rich or famous?”
He criticized the British who were forced to cancel social events due to the lockdown rules Rita As Covid’s selfish cheat.
Last night, the owner of the No.10 shirt stressed again that the rules must not be broken, so that we can beat the virus.
But more than 30 people are believed to have attended Rita’s lavish party on Saturday night.
Showbiz friends were among those gathered at the luxury restaurant Casa Cruise in Notting Hill, west London.
Rita is bustling with guests including mannequins method And Poppy Delevingne.
Her sister, Elena, 32, is Toy Pal Ax Morgan, 31, and others sneak through the back exit holding bottles of alcohol, including Rita’s tequila.
At one point, the police visited the restaurant. Officers are seen staring through the windows trying to open a heavy duty security door.
Before Saturday’s party, Rita posted pictures on the internet for a quieter celebration.
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A source said: “There was only a family.”
A source said, “Rita and her sister came to the restaurant first, all dressed up and apparently looking forward to a good night.”
“There were a number of guests, all wearing very nice clothes, and everyone entered the building from the back, with security watching the front to make sure no one else entered. It lasted until the early morning hours.”
Rita was seen in high-heeled shoes, a white satin dress and coat while she was escorted by security men outside.
She was wearing a mask and holding black shopping bags when she got into a silver Land Rover.
Last night, Nicholas Fallows, listed as the sole director of Casa Cruz London Ltd, insisted it was the first thing he’d heard about. He said the restaurant is “owned by shareholders”.
Meanwhile, Rita and the venue were criticized during the party.
Roxy Cosner, 28, had to postpone her wedding in June to Ole Dickson, 31, due to Covid restrictions.
Hospital worker Roxy, from Leatherhead, said: “Like many others, we sacrificed our big day to follow the rules, so it’s really disappointing to hear that some didn’t.
“They might think the rules don’t apply to them because they’re rich or famous.”
Project manager John Matthews, from Reading, Birx, had to cancel his 40th birthday party in a bar in June.
He said, “I’m not sure why Rita Ora doesn’t have to live by the same laws as the rest of us.”
A 38-year-old mother who lives near Rita’s birthday said, “I have no idea how a person could be selfish enough to do something like this.
“It’s a shame to be partying with so many people during a pandemic.”
The government imposed a national lockdown from November 5 through December 2 in an effort to prevent social gatherings and mixing of families.
The rules state that people should stay home and avoid meeting others they do not live with.
Restaurants must remain closed except for takeaway meals. Violations can lead to heavy fines.
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A government spokesperson confirmed last night: “Everyone must continue to follow the rules, otherwise we risk losing control of this virus again.”
Met police said: “The police were called at 9.10 pm on Saturday for reports of a possible breach Covid Regulations in W11 “.
The sun approached Rita for comment.
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Strict closure rules state that all pubs, bars and restaurants should close, with only fast food and deliveries permitted.
Businesses can be fined up to £ 1,000 for the first offense, and an increase of up to £ 10,000 for fourth and other offenses.
And people outside household bubbles cannot meet inside.
In England, they can be fined £ 200 for leaving their home without a reasonable excuse.
Even under the government’s previous six-person ruling, the Rita Ora event would be against regulations as around 30 people were at the party.
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