- Influencer Lucy Molloy has removed her Instagram page of nearly 200,000 followers after her old social media posts resurfaced.
- Screenshots of the posts emerged where she talked about being a Nazi, wearing Nazi clothes, and made racist comments.
- Molloy issued an apology claiming she was not racist and the posts were made when she was a lot younger.
- However, she later posted another statement, claiming a wave of Nazism had gone through her hometown when she was growing up, which she’d gotten swept up in.
- Molloy’s husband Dan Molloy was also affected and stepped down from his job as a tattoo artist.
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Influencer Lucy Molloy, who is known for her tattoos, has apologized for her Nazi past and removed her Instagram page that had almost 200,000 followers.
Molloy issued a statement when some of her old social media posts resurfaced, claiming she was not racist and she was very young at the time. She later blamed a “wave of Nazi ideology” that she got swept up in.
“PAY ATTENTION TO WHO YOU FOLLOW!!!” said a Twitter user called Abi who shared screenshots of Molloy’s Facebook page. “[Molloy] is hiding and deleting comments about her racist past and refusing discussion by turning off comments on her apology. I’ve been blocked for calling it out so I though twitter might be able to do something.”
—ABI (@Abii_182_) June 4, 2020
According to the screenshots, in one status from 2011, Molloy