Rita Ora issued an apology after breaking local coronavirus orders, according to Fox News.
Ora said she made a “serious and inexcusable error of judgment.”
Ora held “a small gathering with some friends to celebrate my 30th birthday.”
“It was a spur of the moment decision made with the misguided view that we were coming out of lockdown and this would be OK.”
Jamie Davies said it’s “important that everybody in society sets an example by following the rules. That is for every member of the public, including celebrities.”
Britain’s coronavirus death toll is over 58,000 people.
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The pop star and actress said on Monday that she committed a “serious and inexcusable error of judgment” after photos of Ora and others, including model and actress Cara Delevingne and her sister Poppy Delevingne surfaced on Saturday from the Casa Cruz restaurant in the Notting Hill neighborhood of London, England.
Under lockdown rules that end on Wednesday, all pubs and restaurants in England must close except for takeout and delivery, and people are barred from meeting indoors with members of other households.
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Ora, whose hits include “Anywhere” and “I Will Never Let You Down,” said she now realized “how irresponsible these actions were” and that she takes “full responsibility.”
According to BBC News, London’s Metropolitan Police said authorities went to the restaurant following a report about a potential breach of COVID lockdown regulations. Per The Guardian, the venue is under investigation.