Granted an exemption to be able to stay at her own private property instead of mandatory hotel quarantine, it seems there was a misunderstanding of the rules that allowed Miranda Kerr to visit a sick relative.
The supermodel had been granted an exemption to skip hotel quarantine and instead isolate for 14 days in her property in the Hunter Valley when she arrived from Los Angles in October.
However, health officials were sent to the estate on October 5 to ensure she was abiding by the rules, but the Daily Telegraph reports they couldn’t find her and the police were subsequently notified.
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It’s understood she was “allowed to leave the property for a specific purpose,” but was required to notify the police before leaving the estate, which is where the misunderstanding is said to have occurred.
“The woman was required to complete a notification process prior to leaving the address, however, the process was not followed and she was issued with a warning,” the police statement said.
It’s believed she left to visit a seriously ill relative who is in palliative care.
She and her husband Evan Spiegel purchase the property, the well-known Loggerheads homestead, for $7.5 million in July last year. It’s situated on 215 acres.
It’s the ideal place to spend two uninterrupted weeks, really, as it comes with a swimming pool, a summer home, and perhaps most importantly, a wine storage shed.