Anti-vaxxer actress Isabel Lucas supports anti-lockdown protests

Isabel Lucas has expressed her support for anti-lockdown protests taking place in Australia on Saturday.

The former Home and Away actress, 36, shared some photos from the Sydney rallies and tagged them on her Instagram Stories as “freedom over fear.”

Further reports labeled the crowd a “peaceful protest.”

Support: Isabel Lucas (pictured) has expressed her support for anti-lockdown protests taking place in Australia on Saturday

Earlier this month, the actress urged fans to join an anti-5G protest in Byron Bay.

The 36-year-old shared a post on Instagram promoting the protest that will begin in Suffolk Park and end at the proposed site of a 5G tower.

‘Thank you Byron Bay Community. Come and join us,” she wrote.

Rallies: The former Home and Away actress, 36, shared some photos from the Sydney rallies and tagged them 'freedom over fear' on her Instagram stories

Rallies: The former Home and Away actress, 36, shared some photos from the Sydney rallies and tagged them ‘freedom over fear’ on her Instagram stories

Peace?  Further reports labeled the crowd a 'peaceful protest'

Peace? Further reports labeled the crowd a ‘peaceful protest’

Recently, bizarre new conspiracy theories have been circulating on social media claiming that 5G “causes coronavirus” by “sucking oxygen from your lungs.”

These claims have been debunked by medical and technology experts.

It comes as thousands of protesters marched in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday, resisting strict lockdowns.

Horrific images have emerged of angry protesters in Sydney attacking police and throwing potted plants at officers on horseback as anti-lockdown demonstrations across the country ended in chaos.

Theories: Earlier this month, the actress urged fans to join her in an anti-5G protest in Byron Bay.  The 36-year-old shared a post on Instagram promoting the protest that will begin in Suffolk Park and end at the proposed site of a 5G tower

Theories: Earlier this month, the actress urged fans to join her in an anti-5G protest in Byron Bay. The 36-year-old shared a post on Instagram promoting the protest that will begin in Suffolk Park and end at the proposed site of a 5G tower

Electric: Recently, bizarre new conspiracy theories have been circulating on social media claiming that 5G 'causes coronavirus' by 'sucking oxygen from your lungs'.  These claims have been debunked by medical and technology experts

Electric: Recently, bizarre new conspiracy theories have been circulating on social media claiming that 5G ’causes coronavirus’ by ‘sucking oxygen from your lungs’. These claims have been debunked by medical and technology experts

Fifty-seven arrests were made amid chaotic scenes in the city’s CBD on Saturday, as tens of thousands of maskless residents joined protesters in cities across Australia to call for an end to Covid lockdowns.

Frenzied crowds heard shouting ‘you serve us!’ to police when a group of protesters were filmed as officers crashed into a garden bed in front of City Hall station.

The demonstrations, which were also seen in Melbourne and Brisbane, are in response to the Covid lockdowns imposed in New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia, which have seen more than half of the country’s 25 million people ordered. to stay at home due to an outbreak that started in eastern Sydney. .

Clashes: Thousands of protesters marched in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday to protest strict lockdowns

Clashes: Thousands of protesters marched in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Saturday to protest strict lockdowns

Chaotic: Horrific images emerged of angry protesters in Sydney attacking police and throwing potted plants at officers on horseback as anti-lockdown demonstrations across the country ended in chaos

Chaotic: Horrific images emerged of angry protesters in Sydney attacking police and throwing potted plants at officers on horseback as anti-lockdown demonstrations across the country ended in chaos

NSW Police Secretary David Elliott labeled those who took part in the demonstrations “boofheads” and said 90 fines had been imposed statewide and more arrests are expected during the day.

“What we saw today were 3,500 very selfish idiots – people who thought the law didn’t apply to them,” he said.

‘If we don’t . to see [Covid] I will be very, very surprised in the areas where these protesters came from,” Elliott said.

Arrests: 57 arrests were made on Saturday amid chaotic scenes in the city's CBD as tens of thousands of maskless residents joined protesters in cities across Australia to call for an end to Covid lockdowns

Arrests: 57 arrests were made on Saturday amid chaotic scenes in the city’s CBD as tens of thousands of maskless residents joined protesters in cities across Australia to call for an end to Covid lockdowns

“It was just a whole bunch of half-hearted people. I have no doubt that at least one person there had COVID today, it’s statistically impossible for us not to consider that.

“I’m calling on all 3,500 people to get tested tomorrow, even if it’s not for themselves in the interest of their family and friends.”

NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian also unleashed the protesters and said punishments would be handed out to those who break the law.

Anger: NSW Police Secretary David Elliott labeled those at the rallies 'boofheads' and said 90 fines had been imposed statewide and more arrests expected during the day

Anger: NSW Police Secretary David Elliott labeled those at the rallies ‘boofheads’ and said 90 fines had been imposed statewide and more arrests expected during the day

“I am disgusted by the illegal protesters in the city today whose selfish actions have endangered the safety of all of us,” Ms Berejiklian said.

“The protesters have shown great contempt for their fellow citizens who are currently suffering.

“I want to thank the brave police officers who risked their own safety to stop the protest.”

The police minister also said a team of 22 detectives would work tirelessly to identify as many illegal protesters as possible.

On the job: The police minister also said a team of 22 detectives would work tirelessly to identify as many illegal protesters as possible

On the job: The police minister also said a team of 22 detectives would work tirelessly to identify as many illegal protesters as possible

Last year, Isabel made headlines when she shared dangerous anti-vaccination views on Instagram, while commenting on a post by fellow conspiracy theorist Pete Evans.

She threw her support behind the disgraced former MKR judge, writing: ‘Freedom of choice is a human right. I don’t trust the way of vaccination.’

Anti-vaxxers spread conspiracy theories with no scientific basis.

Headlines: Last year, Isabel made headlines when she shared dangerous anti-vaccination views on Instagram, while commenting on a post by fellow conspiracy theorist Pete Evans

Headlines: Last year, Isabel made headlines when she shared dangerous anti-vaccination views on Instagram, while commenting on a post by fellow conspiracy theorist Pete Evans

They claim that ‘stimulating’ the immune system through diet, supplements and sunlight can make people immune to certain diseases, which is completely false.

The coronavirus vaccine is an essential measure being taken to protect the community from the spread of the virus.

Covid-19 can cause serious illness, ongoing health problems and even death.

She threw her support behind the disgraced former MKR judge, writing: 'Freedom of choice is a human right.  I don't trust the way of vaccination.'  Anti-vaxxers spread conspiracy theories with no scientific basis

She threw her support behind the disgraced former MKR judge, writing: ‘Freedom of choice is a human right. I don’t trust the way of vaccination.’ Anti-vaxxers spread conspiracy theories with no scientific basis

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