TikTokker Millie Ford reveals police came to her home after reports they broke Sydney lockdown


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TikTok star reveals why NSW police showed up to her home after posting video – and the embarrassing way she proved she had NOT broken lockdown rules

  • TikTokker Millie Ford wrongly accused of breaking Sydney lockdown
  • Police showed up at her door and the comedian had to prove she had been inside
  • To prove her innocence, she showed the cops a TikTok she had filmed from home
  • Hilariously, the video was of her pretending to be a teacher strutting around at school










A TikTok star has revealed the hilarious encounter she had with police who showed up at her home after being wrongly accused of breaking the lockdown.

This week, two officers knocked on the door of Sydney social media star Millie Ford after receiving reports she had come out amid the city lockdown to film a TikTok.

Ms Ford admitted she was in tears when police arrived and told them all of her videos were filmed from inside her apartment.

She asked how she could prove she hadn’t broken the rules to the officers who then asked her to show them her latest TikToks from the past 24 hours – to show that she had been inside.

Embarrassingly for Ms Ford, her latest video was of her imitation of a teacher’s leg in a school hallway.

Two officers knocked on the door of Sydney social media star Millie Ford this week after receiving reports she had come out amid the city lockdown to film a TikTok

“You have to laugh like you can just imagine me standing at my front door in my tracksuit crying and showing these two cops that TikTok is proving my innocence,” she said in a TIC Tac recap of the incident.

“How wild! “

Ms Ford then reconstituted herself standing outside her front door sobbing as she held her phone to show her videos to the cops.

She later confirmed that she had not received any fines and that the police had been very understanding.

Ms Ford admitted she was in tears when police showed up and told them all of her videos were filmed from her home.

Ms Ford admitted she was in tears when police showed up and told them all of her videos were filmed from her home.

Ms Ford re-enacted the moment she showed her TikTok to the police as she tried to hold back tears

Police asked Ms Ford to show them her TikToks over the past 24 hours to prove she didn't break the rules which, hilariously, were her impersonation of a teacher strutting down a hallway. school.

Police asked Ms Ford to show them her latest TikToks in the past 24 hours to prove that she hadn’t broken the rules which, hilariously, were her impersonation of a teacher strutting down a hallway. ‘school.

It is not illegal to be outside during the city lockdown, but Ms Ford said police must follow up on every report.

The Sydneysider recently made a name for herself on TikTok with her impressions of Australian schools.

She amassed over 860,000 followers for her hilarious portrayals of teachers and student cliques that most Australian children knew growing up.

The Sydneysider recently made a name for herself on TikTok with her spot on impressions of what Australian schools were like

Some of his more popular videos include imitating staff who wouldn’t let kids go to recess without picking up the trash.

Another clip showed an awkward encounter with a student and the school’s “popular girl” in evening dresses.

“I find it just weird because I thought I was wearing a strapless green dress and all of a sudden you are posting about wearing one,” the supposed popular girl said.

“I’m really weird that people copy me. So just in case I think about wearing it, do you think you could possibly make your own? ‘.

BEST IMPRESSIONS OF THE AUSSIE SCHOOL OF TIKTOKKER MILLIE FORD

1. The art teacher covered in paint who likes to draw on other students’ work

2. The teacher who obliges the pupils to collect the garbage before they are allowed to go to recess.

3. Staff wearing high heels and chatting so loudly in the halls of the school that students can hear them coming

4. Teachers put used handkerchiefs up their sleeves and wear watches under their wrists.

5. High school girls competing for evening dresses

6. Teachers who like to interrupt lessons to talk to other staff and greet students

7. Teachers who make their class read or watch movies whenever they are sick

8. Teachers who stand too close when helping a student with their work

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