Evangeline Lilly Refuses to Practice Social Distancing

Evangeline Lilly Refuses to Practice Social Distancing

Evangeline Lilly Refuses to Practice Social Distancing

Evangeline Lilly, best known for her role in the Lost series, previously stressed that more than health, she values 'freedom!'

This is meant to slow down the spread of Coronavirus, and therefore not overwhelm the medical system.

She responded to one concerned fan and noted that she's living with her sick father, but is choosing to value her freedom to live her life above all else.

Not to mention that she also lives with her dad who would be at a high risk if he contracted the virus since he has stage 4 leukemia!

Evangeline Lilly, who played the worst character in The Hobbit, made a decision to get on social media and expose herself as one of the people who is prioritizing her own comforts rather than taking the advice of medical professionals when it comes to the coronavirus.

The actress shared two photos of her cup of tea on Monday morning, and let fans know that she allowed her children to attend their daily activities.

Ant-Man and The Wasp star Evangeline Lilly explains why she's refusing to self-quarantine in a new Instagram post. They all washed their hands before going in.

She then added that she's now living with her father who has stage four cancer. "They are playing and laughing", Evangeline captioned the post, adding the hashtag, #businessasusual.

Hinting there was a conspiracy behind the health crisis, she cryptically added: "There's "something" every election year".

"Where we are right now feels a lot too close to Marshall Law for my comfort already, all in the name of a respiratory flu", she wrote in response to a comment. Evangeline, if you're not going to do it for yourself, do it for your poor father, or your innocent two kids!

But in another comment, Lilly said "some people value freedom over their lives".

Lilly may be anti-isolation for mental health reasons, and as someone who is now really, really struggling within her four walls, I certainly get it, but that's not an excuse.

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