Rita Ora celebrated her 30th birthday last week. The musician made an apology for not abiding by novel pandemic lockdown commands and breaking England’s Law against COVID-19.
After celebrating at Notting Hill on Saturday night in west London she admitted a significant and unapologetic misapprehension.
She is very clear about knowingly paying the same amount as anyone who breaks the law by arranging an illegal gathering which is of £10,000.
Police said officials had been called to reports of a break of COVID-19 rules. It was about 9 pm on Saturday. The news of any formal actions is not clear yet.
Ora posted in an Instagram story that she attended a small union with friends for her 30th Birthday celebration. It was an impromptu decision as they thought that lockdown is about to over and it will be totally fine.
She apologized for not abiding by the rules and show her understanding of putting people’s lives at risk. It was a defying mistake. She took full responsibility for her actions and make her realization about the seriousness of the situation.
She added to apologize that she is really ashamed of understanding that people have done hard work to combat this pandemic , and she is fully acknowledged about the loss of precious lives. She showed her sincere apologies even though she can’t turn back in time and make it right.
Police were called on 28 November at 21:10 on Saturday to report about likely violation of COVID laws in Claredon Road, W11 at a commercial area. Officers took notice of the whole area but couldn’t found any wrongdoing at that hour of time as reported by Metropolitan police.
Officials keep on surveying the charges and are liaising with the neighborhood authority in regards to a likely violation of guidelines at the premises.
The first reported story by The Sun stated that Ora attended a party with more than 30 people at Casa Cruz. Image proofs available of Ora arriving with a number of people at Casa Cruz along with models Cara and Poppy Delevingne.
It is against the Coronavirus Act 2020 of England to meet more than one person except in some specific conditions. It’s the police’s right to charge a fine to the person of £10,000 for breaking the law.
Two police officers checking through windows and trying to open the security door of the restaurant.
Casa Cruz was contacted for a statement. Nicholas Fallows, Director of the restaurant were quoted in The Sun stating that the newspaper was the first source of his information regarding the situation of illegal get-together.
Casa Cruz website defines it as an intimate, cozy, and graceful place hidden in the leafy streets of London’s Notting Hill. Its main philosophy is being at home away from home for all.