Jameela Jamil has hit back at claims. She makes up health issues for attention. The 33-year-old actress and TV presenter has spoken at length about various health issues she has endured throughout her life.
Jamila has previously said she has been diagnosed with genetic tissue disease as a child, as well as battling an eating disorder and damaging her spine after being run over by car aged 17.
However, in a post that has since gone viral a social media user claims to have found discrepancies in Jameela’s interviews leading to allegations the British TV presenter feigns health scares. Jameela who earlier this month came out as gay has now Hit back, she said the allegations were made by some weirdo stalker and that supposed holes in her stories were because the accuser had made mistakes in their own research.
In an Instagram, post-Jameela said the social media user was in a rush to bully and drag and forgot to read. Jameelah, who used to present Channel show T4 said she felt upset after being gas-lighted and targeted for harassment by the viral post and that some people have sad empty lives.
Jameela a passionate activist earlier tweeted, not afraid of you or your dumb internet conspiracy theories, keep them coming. You just add to my relevance. I am gonna keep helping people with eating disorders and changing laws and global policies to protect kids and their mental health and there’s nothing you can do about it.
Jameelah said being gas-lighted over her health issues is a very specific, pain and trauma.
She added I’ve, explained and defended every single accusation in my various threads now, if you’ll excuse me I have to get on with a speech, I am writing for the UN. “So have fun, arguing about how many times you think I’ve run away from B’s.”
London born Jamil has previously discussed two car accidents. One when she was 17 and was struck by a vehicle damaging her spine. She credits the incident with ending her modelling career and changing her life.
The second car accident she refers to is said to have happened when she was filming for the first season of hit US comedy the good place.