An aspiring influencer who went viral for licking a toilet seat for the ‘
Ava Louise, 21, revealed in a Thursday
‘I was, like, really annoyed that corona was getting more publicity than me,’ said Louise, who’s admitted that she wants to be ‘insta-famous.’
Ava Louise (pictured) revealed in an interview with Dr. Phil that she started the ‘coronavirus challenge’ because she was annoyed it was getting more publicity than her
Louise made headlines last week after a Tik Tok video showed her licking a toilet seat while in an airplane bathroom.
‘Please [retweet] this so people can know how to properly be sanitary on the airplane,’ she captioned the six-second video.
The video drew outrage from social media users and backlash from people like Meghan McCain.
Louise explained to Dr. Phil that the coordinated incident allegedly happened on her ‘sugar daddy’s’ plane while she was flying to Miami, Florida, for spring break.
‘What the hell were you thinking when you’re licking a toilet seat on an airplane on the way to spring break when the country’s shut down,’ Dr. Phil asked.
‘I bleached that [seat],’ said Louise, revealing she lied about the stunt.
Louise initially shared a Tik Tok video of her licking an airplane toiler seat with the caption ‘coronavirus challenge’, but revealed to Dr. Phil that it was partially staged
‘One, I had way dirtier things in my mouth that whole spring break. Two, I bleached [the toilet]. Three, private plane.
‘I flew down on my sugar daddy’s plane with my best friend. So really, it wasn’t that dirty. I wasn’t putting myself or anyone else at risk.’
When Dr. Phil questioned her about deceiving viewers, Louise added that she thought the media was lying about the coronavirus pandemic because no one she knew had contracted the disease.
‘Yeah, I think that’s what the media is doing I think with this entire virus,’ she said.
Louise (pictured): ‘It’s funny because I created the fake news myself…I represent the whole Gen Z population in that I’m not terrified of [coronavirus]’
‘I was with thousands of people at Spring Break. I was kissing people, I was acting out, I was being promiscuous … and nothing happened,’ she said, attempting to rationalize her actions.
‘It’s funny because I created the fake news myself…I represent the whole Gen Z population in that I’m not terrified of [coronavirus].
Louise went on to call baby boomers ‘selfish’ because they’re concerned about contractinb coronavirus.
‘You’re calling me selfish? But like you’re the ones who are concerned because you’re concerned about yourselves because you’re the ones who could die,’ she said.
It was revealed that the airplane toilet seat Louise (pictured) licked was bleached beforehand and was on her ‘sugar daddy’s’ plane
Dr. Phil then asked if possibly infection and ultimately killing someone over the coronavirus was worth receiving attention.
He asked: ‘If you infect one person that loses their life, is it worth it for you to have this attention?’
‘Yeah,’ Louise responded. ‘I’m hearing you talk and you’re like, “Oh, you’re going to kill somebody,” like you know what? I’ll pull up and I’ll cough on you. Like I’m just tired of it! This is ridiculous!’
‘You’re blowing this pandemic to crazy proportions, instilling fear in the nation, because you feel like it affects boomers.’
Dr. Phil then called out Louise for having a ‘spoiled and entitled attitude’ and questioned if she was truly so ‘ignorant.’
During the interview, Louise (pictured) said she would cough on Dr. Phil and that baby boomers were blowing the coronavirus pandemic out of proportion
Louise: ‘You’re calling me selfish? But like you’re the ones who are concerned because you’re concerned about yourselves because you’re the ones who could die’
‘What you’re saying is infuriating the people who are losing loved ones,’ Dr. Phil added.
Louise’s stunt has unfortunately inspired other young influencers, including a 21-year-old from Beverly Hills who went to the hospital after licking a toilet seat.
Larz, of Beverly Hills, California, shared a video of him languishing in a hospital bed five days after licking the public toilet.
‘RT (retweet) to spread awareness for the Coronavirus,’ he captioned the video.
Meanwhile, several measures have been taken to slow down the spread of coronavirus around the globe.
In the United States, reached 123,778 and 2,164 deaths as of Saturday night.
As of Saturday night, the United States has amassed 123,778 confirmed coronavirus cases and 2,164 citizens have died
In an epicenter like New York, there are an estimated 53,399 cases and at least 827 deaths. In New York City, there are a staggering 30, 765 cases and 672 deaths.
On Sunday, Dr Deborah Birx, the White House’s coronavirus response coordinator, said that new coronavirus hotspots – including New Orleans and Detroit – could be worse than New York City.
‘Every metro area should assume that they will have an outbreak equivalent to New York,’ said Birx during a NBC News inverview.
Birx has said that the White House task force anticipates challenges in areas that have not yet seen widespread outbreaks.
She said the Trump administration is working hard to push supplies such as ventilators out to affected areas to prevent hospitals from becoming overwhelmed – as many across the country are already complaining of dangerous shortages.
‘Hospitals are so busy taking care of the people who are ill, they can’t be spending time doing inventory,’ Birx said. ‘We need to help and support that.’
‘The sooner we react and the sooner the states and the metro areas react and ensure that they have put in full mitigation … then we’ll be able to move forward,’ she added.
Trump announced Saturday that he may place a quarantine on New York due to its place as a coronavirus hotspot,
Within hours, Cuomo blasted the proposal in strong terms. ‘If you start walling off areas all across the country it would just be totally bizarre, counter-productive, anti-American, anti-social,’ said Cuomo in an interview with CNN on Saturday evening.
‘This is a civil war kind of discussion,’ Cuomo said of the proposal. ‘I don’t believe that any administration could be serious about physical lockdowns of states.’
Pictured: This graph shows the sudden spike in confirmed coronavirus cases that began mid-March
Cuomo said that it would probably be illegal to quarantine New York, as well as totally ineffective, given the rise of other virus hotspots in the country such as New Orleans.
‘It makes absolutely no sense and I don’t think any serious governmental personality or professional would support it,’ Cuomo said.
Trump later backpedaled and instead ordered a travel advisory.
President Trump (pictured) said Saturday that New York could be quarantined, but later said a travel advisory would be issued instead
In New York City alone, there are at least 30,765 confirmed coronavirus cases and around 672
On the recommendation of the White House CoronaVirus Task Force, and upon consultation with the Governor’s of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut, I have asked the [CDC] to issue a strong Travel Advisory, to be administered by the Governors, in consultation with the Federal Government,’ Trump tweeted on Saturday from the White House.
‘A quarantine will not be necessary. Full details will be released by CDC tonight. Thank you!’ he continued. On Saturday night, confirmed cases of coronavirus hit 123,788 and deaths surpassed 2,100 nationwide, with 672 deaths in New York City alone.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued the advisory late on Saturday, saying: ‘Due to extensive community transmission of COVID -19 in the area, CDC urges residents of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut to refrain from non-essential domestic travel for 14 days effective immediately.’
The advisory does not apply to employees of critical infrastructure industries, ‘including but not limited to trucking, public health professionals, financial services, and food supply,’ the CDC said.
The agency said that the governors of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut will have ‘full discretion’ to implement the advisory.