Nicola Coughlan issues warning following imposter Facebook accounts

Nicola Coughlan Pic: StillMoving.Net for Netflix

Nicola Coughlan has issued a warning to fans following an imposter account being set up in her name.

Taking to Instagram, Nicola shared a screenshot of fake Facebook accounts which claimed to be looking for donations.

Setting the record straight, the Bridgerton star said: “I have just been told there are some fake Facbook profiles prteendinhg to be looking for donations.

“I do not have/won’t ever have a Facebook page and will only ever share official links to charities on my verified account,” she added.

Pic: Instagram/Nicola Coughlan

Sadly, this is not the first time the Irish actress has been the target of an online scam.

Just last year, she shared a scam message circulating that claimed to be her online manager, “Emma”.

The fake message claimed that Nicola wanted to meet two “lucky fans” and that “Emma” was contacting the recipient to arrange a meet-up to “express our gratitude”.

Nicola then shared the con message saying: “No one on [her] team will ever message any of you personally. This isn’t connected to me.”

Pic: Skims

Aside from the recent online scams, Nicola has been absolutely killing it after leading the most recent season of Bridgerton.

She also just recently landed a major fashion campaign, with Kim Kardashian’s clothing and shapewear brand, Skims which had people losing their minds.

Sharing in a statement at the time, Nicola said she was “so honoured” to be part of this latest campaign from Skims.

That’s our Galway girl!

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