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John John Recovering with Machine Spruiked by Pete Evans?

If you follow competitive surfing, you’re probably aware that the two-time World Champion, John John Florence, has once again injured his knee. It isn’t the same knee that sidelined him in 2018, but John swiftly flew home to Hawaii from Western Australia to undergo surgery on what is rumoured to be an ACL tear incurred mid-heat at Margaret River. Because of this, John John is probably out for the Olympics— meaning the GOAT Kelly Slater is in—but the more interesting part of this story is the recovery method John is adopting. Before we go there, though, I must remind you of the chef-turned-fascist sympathiser, Pete Evans.
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Disgraced chef Pete Evans splashes $1million on a sprawling tourist getaway in NSW hinterland- after announcing plans to establish his own 'healing retreat' in Byron Bay

Disgraced chef Pete Evans has added to his growing property portfolio after permanently relocating from Sydney to Byron Bay last year. According to The Sunday Telegraph, the conspiracy theorist , 48, has purchased an 8 hectare tourist retreat called Mount Warning Forest Hideaway in the NSW hinterland. Pete's company, Healthy...

Pete Evans peddles ‘self-indulgent drivel’ at anti-vax protests

Jim Wilson has responded to accusations lobbed at the Australian media by celebrity conspiracy theorist Pete Evans. Evans was seen and heard alongside other influential anti-vaxxers at a protest this weekend, prompting a fresh litany of criticism. Jim slammed the “nutjobs” for endangering lives by refusing to take safety precautions.

People Reckon Aussie Actor Isabel Lucas Just Likened Pete Evans To Jesus And JFK

Australian actor Isabel Lucas has gone on a free speech rant on Instagram and many believe she's referencing someone in particular. Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans was recently booted off Instagram after sharing posts spreading misinformation about COVID-19 and vaccinations. It follows him also being ditched by Facebook and Spotify...

Pete Evans: Instagram ban for Australian chef over conspiracy theories

Australian celebrity chef Pete Evans has been banned from Instagram, weeks after his Facebook page was removed for repeatedly sharing misinformation about the coronavirus. Facebook, which owns Instagram, said: "We don't allow anyone to share misinformation about Covid-19." Mr Evans' Facebook account was deleted in December but he had continued...
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Pete Evans Has Officially Been Booted Off Instagram

Celebrity chef Pete Evans has been banned from Instagram for 'repeatedly sharing misinformation about the coronavirus'. Facebook confirmed it deleted Evans' account on Wednesday (17 February) over his constant sharing of misinformation about the coronavirus and vaccines. The company said in a statement: "We removed Pete Evans' account for repeatedly...
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Outspoken Liberal MP is banned from Facebook for a week over his posts about Covid treatments - after going on a podcast with Pete Evans

Controversial federal MP Craig Kelly has temporarily been banned from Facebook after spreading misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic. The outspoken Liberal backbencher have been blocked by the social media platform for a week over a series of posts to his public Facebook page which falsely claimed that anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine could cure the virus.

Pete Evans Has Confirmed He Is Going Into Politics

Disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans has confirmed he will be making a run for politics. The former My Kitchen Rules co-host and co-judge is aiming for the Senate and will be a candidate for the Great Australia Party. The fringe party was started by former One Nation senator Rod Culleton.
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The Project criticises disgraced celebrity chef Pete Evans after he invited controversial MP Craig Kelly onto his podcast to discuss baseless conspiracy theories

The Project's panelists had a few choice words for disgraced chef Pete Evans during Tuesday's episode. Recapping the day's news, they explained that The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners had 'accused Liberal MP Craig Kelly of spreading misinformation about COVID-19' after his recent appearance on Pete's podcast. According to...
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Pete Evans: Facebook removes page of celebrity chef who repeatedly shared Covid misinformation

Facebook on Thursday permanently removed the page of Australian celebrity chef Pete Evans, in its latest move to contain the spread of fake news surrounding Covid-19. Evans, who was a judge on prime time Australian cooking show My Kitchen Rules between 2010 and 2020, was accused of repeatedly spreading baseless claims about the coronavirus on his page with 1.5 million followers, calling it a hoax.