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Fitness coach Lauren Simpson, 30, hits back at trolls who accused her of being ‘fake’ on Instagram

‘Don’t be a hater’: Fitness coach, 30, claps back at trolls with a red hot bikini snap after she was accused of being ‘fake’ in her social media pictures

  • A trainer has hit back at trolls who accused her of being fake on Instagram  
  • Lauren Simpson asked her 1.9million followers to ask questions on her story
  • One person wrote: ‘Why do you pose in photos? You are so fake’
  • The fitness coach, from Sydney, replied that it’s simply part of her job
  • She urged women to post what they want and stop worrying about criticism

A fitness coach has clapped back at trolls with a picture showing off her incredible physique after she was accused of being ‘fake’ in her photos on social media.

When Lauren Simpson, 30, invited her 1.9million Instagram followers to ask questions on her story, one person wrote: ‘Why do you pose in your photos? You are so fake.’

In response, the personal trainer from Sydney posted a shot of herself in a red bikini with a caption explaining that she poses and flexes in some of her pictures because it’s simply part of her job.

Ms Simpson – who said she prides herself on being a ‘very genuine person’ online – encouraged women to post what they want and stop worrying about the opinions of others.

Sydney fitness coach Lauren Simpson posted this photo as a clap back to haters who accused her of being 'fake' on Instagram

Sydney fitness coach Lauren Simpson posted this photo as a clap back to haters who accused her of being ‘fake’ on Instagram

‘Honey, don’t be a hater. Yes I pose in my photos. Yes I flex in some of my photos,’ she began.

‘I do photoshoots. I am a bikini competitor – so I’ve learned over the years how to pose from top coaches for stage.

‘I create content for social media every day. It’s all part of it.’

Ms Simpson – who was crowned WBFF Bikini World Champion in 2018 – added that she enjoys showing herself off in ‘flattering angles’ and ‘nailing poses’ she knows work well for her body.

‘I mean, who doesn’t?’ she asked.

But the fitness star said she is equally comfortable posting candid, make-up free pictures where she’s not posing for the camera.

Ms Simpson - who said she prides herself on being a 'very genuine person' online - encouraged women to post what they want and stop worrying about the opinions of others

Ms Simpson – who said she prides herself on being a ‘very genuine person’ online – encouraged women to post what they want and stop worrying about the opinions of others

Ms Simpson was crowned WBFF Bikini World Champion in 2018

She said she enjoys showing herself off in 'flattering angles' and 'nailing poses' she knows work well for her body

Ms Simpson – who was crowned WBFF Bikini World Champion in 2018 – said she enjoys showing herself off in ‘flattering angles’ and ‘nailing poses’ she knows work well for her body

Lauren Simpson’s nutrition secrets

1. Calories in versus calories out is king. Ultimately the results you get is dictated by calories consumed versus calories burned. 

2. A calorie deficit is the only way to drop body fat. If you’re not losing weight on a certain amount of calories, it means you are not in a calorie deficit.

Brisbane doctor John Robert Ullman, 52, accused of supplying drugs to bikies

A Brisbane doctor accused of supplying and trafficking drugs to outlaw motorcycle gang members has been suspended from practising medicine by the Health Ombudsman.

Chermside skin cancer doctor John Robert Ullman, 52, was arrested and slapped with more than 160 charges last week relating to allegations he supplied testosterone, diazepam and other drugs to at least 39 different people over a two-year period.

As part of his bail application, Ullman’s lawyer Tyronne Thomas argued the doctor should be released because he was the only GP rostered on to work during the school holidays at the skin cancer clinic.

“He also within the next couple of weeks he also has patients that require skin cancer treatment,” Mr Thomas told the court on Wednesday last week.

“I’m instructed he’s the only general practitioner working at the clinic over the school holidays.”

Doctor John Robert Ullman leaves the police watch house in Brisbane. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Dan Peled
media_cameraDoctor John Robert Ullman leaves the police watch house in Brisbane. Picture: NCA NewsWire / Dan Peled

But the Health Ombudsman has announced it has taken “immediate action” against Ullman, suspending his medical registration as of Friday last week.

“In accordance with (the Health Ombudsman Act), the Health Ombudsman’s decision will continue to have effect until the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal sets the decision aside or the Health Ombudsman revokes the suspension of (Ullman’s) registration…,” the ombudsman said.

Ullman’s profile was also removed from the website of the skin cancer clinic within 24 hours of his arrest despite him being granted bail.

Magistrate Michael Quinn said at the time he was satisfied the prosecution had a “strong case” but granted the bail on strict conditions including that Ullman provide a $50,000 surety.

Under the bail conditions he is also required to reside at his Chelmer home with his family, surrender his passport, report to Indooroopilly police each Monday and Friday and have no contact with the people he is accused of supplying drugs to.

Police prosecutor Senior Constable Hayley Kipps had objected to Ullman being granted bail, alleging he was a risk of further reoffending if released from custody.

“Of serious concern is that some of the alleged supplies relate to outlaw motorcycle club gang members,” Snr Const Kipps told the court.

She said allegations Ullman had supplied drugs to 39 people were of “serious concern” and there was a “high probability” he would commit offences if released on bail.

“It is the prosecution submission that an actual period of custody is within range so there is not a risk of (Ullman) serving too much time (if not granted bail),” she said.

Ullman will face court again on November 16.

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