Celeste Barber’s mother-in-law ILLEGALES the government and claims that she has been left in the city destroyed by fire – while the fundraiser of the comic reaches $ 27 million
- Celeste Barber’s mother-in-law Joy Robin unleashed anger about the government
- She was evacuated in Eden on the south coast of New South Wales
- The comedian raised over $ 27 million for the Australian forest fires
- Barber also filmed himself by buying hundreds of products for people in need
Celeste Barber’s mother-in-law was filmed and let go of the government for her reaction to forest fires destroying the south coast of New South Wales.
The comedian set up a Facebook collection campaign on Friday to spread bushfire victims – and has raised more than $ 27 million in just three days.
Barber shared images of her mother-in-law Joy Robin on the Eden shipyard after residents were told to evacuate the city near the Victoria border.
The comedian set up a Facebook fundraising on Friday to spread to people suffering throughout Australia as a result of forest fires
Barber shared images of her mother-in-law Joy Robin on Eden Wharf after residents were told to evacuate
Mrs. Robin was filmed in conversation with the media and claimed that the government “abandoned” the needy.
“We pay $ 6 billion in tax money every year … where are they?” This is our war, “she said.
“This fire is currently the war of Australia. It has been exactly along the Great Dividing Range and now it goes straight to the coast. And there is no ADF on the ground. “
When asked if she would consider leaving, she said she was too upset, but she was able to bring herself to safety.
“They (the government) have left us high and dry so many times,” she said.
“We pay our taxes. We are leaving. “
Barber has raised more than $ 27 million on Facebook, and the number continues to grow – sometimes at $ 10,000 per minute.
Mrs. Robin was filmed in conversation with the media and claimed that the government has left those in need
Barber has raised more than $ 27 million on Facebook, and the number continues to grow every minute
The 37-year-old comedian went to Facebook on Friday to announce that she had set up a fundraising.
‘I am collecting money for The Trustee for NSW Rural Fire Service & Brigades Donations Fund and your contribution will have an impact, whether you donate a lot or a little. Everything helps, “she wrote.
On Sunday, she also filmed herself for the purchase of hundreds of dollars worth of products such as water, medical supplies, and toiletries for people in areas destroyed by fire.
Thousands of people have praised Barber, including international stars such as Jonathan Van Ness from Queer Eye.
On Sunday, she and her husband (pictured together) bought hundreds of dollars worth of products such as water, medical supplies, and toiletries for people in areas destroyed by fire.
The American TV personality went to Instagram on Saturday and encouraged its 4.8 million followers to donate to charity.
“My heart has broken in the last few days when I saw the situation there deteriorate,” Jonathan said of the devastating fires throughout Australia, “he wrote.
“The people, animals and spirit of Australia are so beautifully unique and see how much everyone has united to help is great, especially @celestebarber and everything she has done to raise funds for her country in this crisis.”
The page, which was only set up on Friday, was flooded with support and donations from all over the world.
About 200 fires remained lit Sunday, much out of control, although only a handful of emergency warnings caused when the temperatures dropped.