Gordon Ramsay Faces Eviction From Neighbors After Isolating From Coronavirus in Cornwall

Furious villagers are threatening to hound the 'Masterchef' judge and his family out of their £4 million holiday home as they fear that the celebrity chef risks spreading COVID-19 in the neighborhood.

AceShowbiz - As the judge of "Masterchef" and "Top Chef", Gordon Ramsay must have been used to dismissal. However, he now has found himself at the receiving end of people's rejection. The British chef is facing eviction from his neighbors after he and his family are isolating from coronavirus in their £4 million holiday home in Cornwall, on the north Cornish coast.

According to The Sun, the furious villagers are threatening to hound Gordom and his family out of the family home, as they fear that the family, who relocated from their main residence in London, risk spreading the COVID-19 in the neighborhood. A high number of coronavirus cases has been reported in the capital.

These local people expressed their opinions in a Facebook group called You Shouldn't Be Here. They threaten to expose Gordon's address if he does not leave. "The big s**t should take himself and his family the hell out of Cornwall," one person said.

Others accused the 53-year-old Scot of ignoring government advice by not staying at his primary location. One claimed, "He's swanning around the shops as if nothing is wrong. He's had pool engineers over. There is no defence at all." Another complained, "Wealthy second homers think making a few quid means they are immune from the virus and any rules. They are arrogant at this best of times, this has shown how bad some of them are."

Gordon has been spending his time filming virtual cooking classes while in lockdown. He called the situation "a living nightmare" and complained about having to cook meals for his "ravenous" kids everyday, comparing himself to a kitchen porter.

"Being stuck in my house with these five ravenous kids is a living nightmare," he shared. "Can you please tell me when all of this will end? Every single day is the same. I'm the resident kitchen porter, working my fingers to the bone."

Prior to this, Gordon faced backlash after firing 500 of his restaurant employees due to the coronavirus pandemic. Defending himself, he then took to Twitter to hit back at the critics, "You've clearly have never run a business, and yet across these very difficult times for all,you hide behind your pathetic tweets, get a grip will you !!! Cheap shots again and again from a bitter egotistical critic yawn !"

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