Georgia Love returns to social media after ‘racist’ videos scandal

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Georgia Love shares ‘leaked footage’ from Channel Seven newsroom in Melbourne after earthquake – as she returns to social media after ‘racist’ video scandal










The former Bachelorette Georgia Love has just returned to social networks, after the “racist” Instagram video scandal that saw her dropped from her role on Channel Seven.

And on Wednesday, Georgia couldn’t help but post to her Instagram Stories again, this time sharing “leaked footage” from the Channel Seven newsroom in Melbourne.

The 33-year-old, who is now part of Seven’s production office, shared a video from The Office and said that was how the Seven team reacted to the news of the quake. land in Victoria on Wednesday.

In the clip for the hit American version of the show, starring Steve Carell, he can be seen in his character and telling his colleagues to “stay f ** king calm”.

Georgia captioned her post: “Footage leaked from the Seven News Melbourne newsroom yesterday at 9.15am.”

Earlier this month, the journalist was removed from her Channel Seven airtime job and relegated to the production office just days after posting a “racist” video on Instagram.

Cheeky: The 33-year-old, who is now in Seven's production office, shared a video from The Office and said this was how Team Seven reacted to the news of the quake land in Victoria Wednesday

Cheeky: The 33-year-old, who is now in Seven’s production office, shared a video from The Office and said this was how Team Seven reacted to the news of the quake land in Victoria Wednesday

The journalist had triggered a violent reaction to having shared images of a cat behind the window of an Asian restaurant and wrote: “Small store or lunch ?!”

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She deleted the video an hour later and apologized for causing an “offense,” but denied at the time that the post contained a racist “innuendo.”

Love also posted a similar “joke” on Chinese pets and restaurants in 2013.

Following a workplace investigation, Seven alerted staff by email that Georgia had been “counseled” and reassigned to an off-camera role “with immediate effect.”

Making headlines: Earlier this month, the journalist was removed from her Channel Seven role and relegated to the production office just days after posting a 'racist' video on Instagram

Making headlines: Earlier this month, the journalist was removed from her Channel Seven role and relegated to the production office just days after posting a ‘racist’ video on Instagram

The reporter sparked a backlash for sharing footage of a cat behind the window of an Asian restaurant and wrote:

The journalist had triggered a violent reaction to having shared images of a cat behind the window of an Asian restaurant and wrote: “Small store or lunch ?!”

A spokesperson for Seven told Daily Mail Australia: “We have dealt with this matter internally and disciplinary action has been taken.

“Seven does not tolerate this inappropriate conduct and all of our staff have the right to work in a safe and nurturing workplace, free of prejudice.”

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Georgia is said to be “devastated” and “deeply sorry for her actions,” and has personally apologized to her colleagues, reports The Herald Sun.

“I want to apologize for an inappropriate post on my personal social media account this week and for an old post that has resurfaced,” Georgia said in an email from staff.

“I am deeply sorry for the harm I have caused and, in particular, for the offense to the Asian community. It was certainly not my intention.

“My posts were inappropriate and offensive. There is no excuse for perpetuating racist stereotypes in any forum.

“I am committed to moving forward, learning and growing in my new role and I hope that over time I can regain your confidence. “

Apologetic: Georgia would be

Apologetic: Georgia would be “devastated” and “deeply sorry for its actions”, and has personally apologized to colleagues, reports The Herald Sun

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