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 January 28

by Carolina

An anonymous Instagram account that exposes influencers’ bad spelling – and bad behaviour – has revealed which celebrities have blocked them.

Celeb Spellcheck, a popular profile dedicated to spreading gossip and correcting typos, said that several high-profile individuals didn’t react well to being made fun of.

During an Instagram Q&A on Thursday, the account’s mystery administrator – who is believed to be a Melbourne PR worker in her twenties – noted that the likes of Sophie Cachia, Steph Claire Smith, Jadé Tuncdoruk and Tayla Damir had blocked her.

Outed: An anonymous Instagram account that exposes influencers’ bad spelling – and bad behaviour – has revealed which celebrities have blocked them. Pictured: controversial blogger Sophie Cachia, who has blocked Celeb Spellcheck

Celeb Spellcheck didn’t specify why these influencers had blocked her, but longtime followers of the account wouldn’t have a problem working it out.

The admin has accused Steph of having a breast enlargement, criticised Tayla for her poor spelling, and questioned Sophie’s movements during Melbourne’s lockdown.

It’s unclear what she did to offend Jadé.

Blacklist: During an Instagram Q&A on Thursday, the account’s mystery administrator – who is believed to be a Melbourne PR worker in her twenties – noted that the likes of Sophie Cachia, Steph Claire Smith, Jadé Tuncdoruk and Tayla Damir had blocked her

Disgruntled: Celeb Spellcheck didn’t specify why these influencers had blocked her, but longtime followers of the account wouldn’t have a problem working it out. For example, she has criticised Love Island star Tayla Damir (pictured) for her poor spelling on several occasions

Transformation: The admin has also accused model and influencer Steph Claire Smith (above, in two photos taken years apart) of having a breast enlargement, which may have prompted her to hit the block button

Under scrutiny: Sophie Cachia, the outspoken ex-wife of footy player Jaryd Cachia, may have blocked Celeb Spellcheck for questioning her movements during Melbourne’s lockdown

Elsewhere in her Q&A, Celeb Spellcheck revealed that a celebrity once tried to sue her for defamation for uploading a video of them ‘taking drugs’.

‘They said it was her “acne medication” lol,’ she added wryly.

Daily Mail Australia reported earlier this month how a group of disgruntled Instagram models were working together to uncover the identity of the woman who runs Celeb Spellcheck.

The influencers were convinced they’d worked out who was behind the profile by piecing together the clues the administrator had shared about her life.

Rozalia Russian, the ballerina-turned-socialite who is married to nightclub owner Nick Russian, said she was aware of a ‘few people’ who claim to know Celeb Spellcheck’s real name.

Playing detective: Daily Mail Australia reported earlier this month how a group of disgruntled Instagram models, including Rozalia Russian (pictured), were working together to uncover the identity of the woman who runs Celeb Spellcheck

Celeb Spellcheck explained 

Celeb Spellcheck began a few years ago as an account making fun of Instagram models’ poor spelling, but has since become a platform for holding influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behaviour.

The profile is also a hub for user-submitted gossip about influencers.

Celeb Spellcheck has attracted criticism in recent months, with the likes of Skye Wheatley and Tayla Damir accusing the page of ‘bullying’.

When asked for her thoughts on the account, Rozalia told fans on Instagram: ‘Most of it’s funny. I have the worst spelling so I have been on there and had a laugh. 

‘Thought she went a bit below the belt at times when the page wasn’t about bad spelling anymore. I know a few people who have figured out who she is…’

Daily Mail Australia understands the influencers identified a woman they believed was behind Celeb Spellcheck based on her job title, age and fondness for amaretto sours, which the admin said last year was her favourite cocktail. 

Clues: The influencers identified a woman they believed was behind Celeb Spellcheck based on her job, age and fondness for amaretto sours, which the admin said last year was her favourite cocktail. Celeb Spellcheck (profile pictured) insists they have the wrong person

Celeb Spellcheck claimed she was aware some people were trying to ‘out’ her, but insisted the person they had identified was the wrong woman.

When asked about Rozalia’s post, the anonymous admin said in an Instagram Q&A on January 11: ‘I think I know what she’s talking about.

‘A few months ago, I know there were rumours going around about my identity (my age, occupation, location and favourite cocktail apparently matched this person) and I got DMs saying, “We know it’s you. I’ll be telling your employer.”

‘I obviously let the girl in question know what was going on. So I think she [Rozalia] thinks I’m someone else.’

Rumour mill: Rozalia, the ballerina-turned-socialite who is married to Melbourne nightclub owner Nick Russian (right), revealed she was aware of a ‘few people’ who claim to know Celeb Spellcheck’s real name

Mystery: ‘She went below the belt at times when the page wasn’t about bad spelling anymore,’ Rozalia told fans on Instagram. ‘I know a few people who have figured out who she is…’

Who is Celeb Spellcheck? 

The Celeb Spellcheck admin has never revealed her name, but has offered bits of biographical information in her weekly Q&As, including that she is

  • a woman in her late twenties (she turned 28 in December)
  • works full-time in PR/media
  • hails from the Mornington Peninsula but now lives in Melbourne’s south-east
  • is in a long-term relationship 
  • her boyfriend and ‘three or four friends’ know she’s Celeb Spellcheck
  • isn’t friends with influencers and gets her gossip from followers
  • is currently (as of Tuesday) doing 14 days of quarantine and working from home after a camping trip ‘just over the NSW border’ 

Celeb Spellcheck began a few years ago as an account making fun of poor spelling on sponsored Instagram posts, but has since become a platform for holding influencers to account for their lies and irresponsible behaviour.

The profile is also a hub for user-submitted gossip, with one notable example being the claim a high-profile couple from Victoria is on the verge of divorcing.

Because of this, Celeb Spellcheck has drawn comparisons to DeuxMoi, the popular Instagram account that collects and dishes out unverified rumours about American celebrities from its almost 600,000 followers.

‘Rozalia thinks I’m someone else’: For her part, Celeb Spellcheck claims she is aware some people are trying to ‘out’ her, but insists the person they have identified is the wrong woman

Celeb Spellcheck has attracted criticism in recent months, with the likes of Skye Wheatley and Tayla Damir accusing the page of ‘bullying’ them by correcting their spelling.

The admin has denied bullying the influencers she features on the account, saying: ‘This page is meant to be lighthearted and fun. I have definitely posted things in the past that I’m not proud of, but I do try to never cross the line.’

The account previously made headlines when it shared a screenshot of model Elyse Knowles misspelling ‘voilà’ as ‘wallah’. The gaffe went viral in December when it was picked up by U.S. social media sensation Joshua Ostrovsky, a.k.a. The Fat Jewish.

Hitting back: The account has attracted criticism, with the likes of Skye Wheatley and Tayla Damir (pictured) accusing the admin of ‘bullying’ them by correcting their spelling

‘Wallah’: The account previously made headlines when it shared this screenshot of model Elyse Knowles misspelling ‘voilà’ as ‘wallah’. The gaffe went viral in December when it was picked up by U.S. social media sensation Joshua Ostrovsky, a.k.a. The Fat Jewish

Original posted at www.dailymail.co.uk

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