Bernard Tomic’s girlfriend Vanessa Sierra gets clip from cricket WAG

Bernard Tomic and girlfriend Vanessa Sierra’s turbulent hotel quarantine hit another bump on Wednesday with cricket WAG Sara Leonardi-McGrath taking an unprovoked pot-shot at the reality TV star turned adult website entertainer.

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Sierra has been making headlines ever since she began her 14 days in hotel lockdown with Tomic — and complained about the conditions of the quarantine program.

She attempted to clarify her comments this week, insisting her complaints were light-hearted jokes, but her public displeasure at being denied access to a hairdresser to wash her own hair has led to an angry backlash from the Australian public that has made sacrifices and endured real hardship since the start of the pandemic.

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In a Instagram story posted by @vanessasierra.Source:Instagram

Inside Bernard Tomic’s hotel quarantine room with girlfriend, social media star Vanessa Sierra. Picture: Supplied via NCA NewsWireSource:NCA NewsWire

In a video, Sierra also complained about the food that’d been provided, as well as other hardships, bemoaning the lack of access to a professional hairdresser.

“This is the worst part of quarantine: I don’t wash my own hair. I’ve never washed my own hair. It’s just not something that I do. I normally have hairdressers that do it twice a week for me, so this is the situation that we’re dealing with,” Sierra said.

Sierra faced a backlash on Monday evening, including from Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios who tweeted: “I don’t mind Bernie but his Mrs obviously has no perspective, ridiculous scenes.”

Leonardi-McGrath — the partner of Aussie cricket legend Glenn McGrath — found it impossible to hold her tongue after seeing Sierra’s public complaints.

She took to Instagram on Wednesday to rebuke Sierra for her widely-discussed comments.

“Someone is complaining about quarantine because they don’t have access to hairdressers,” Leonardi-McGrath posted.

Glenn and Sara Leonardi-McGrath.Source:AAP

“And I’m so sorry, I do feel for anyone going through quarantine, it’s very tough. But hair washing is as basic as it gets.

“Like seriously, who can’t wash their own hair? I can’t even deal with you all, too funny… please someone tell me this is a joke or a misquote? Is this fake news?”

Sierra earlier hit back over the “s*** show”, declaring she was misrepresented and detailing her recent charity efforts during COVID.

The saga took a nasty turn when Sierra said she started receiving death threats. “I didn’t realise how many idiots are in the world,” she wrote.

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