Jameela Jamil spent TWO DAYS defending herself from an “upset” writer who claimed to have Munchausen

Jameela Jamil had a long discussion with a writer who raised questions about the actress’ tumultuous health trip after jumping into the woman’s DM this week.

Tracie Egan Morrissey, the writer behind Pot Psychology, took on her Patreon account to share that Jamil had sent her messages continuously Tuesday through Thursday.

He said Jamil contacted her for the first time and that on one occasion he spent seven hours bombing her.

In the past, the actress – who is an activist for mental health and body image – shared personal information about being partially deaf as a child, “having cancer twice”, being left in a wheelchair from one of two car accidents, with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and being able to continue filming after “losing a tooth and breaking an elbow” on the set.

He continues by addressing the various allegations included in the thread

One writer claims that Jameela Jamil has sent her many aggressive direct messages on Twitter about a thread she posted

Tracie Egan Morrissey shared that Jamil sent her messages continuously Tuesday through Thursday

Tracie Egan Morrissey shared that Jamil sent her messages continuously Tuesday through Thursday. The incessant messages sent by Jamil were in response to a viral plot of the Instagram story that Morrissey had shared

Tracie Egan Morrissey shared that Jamil sent her messages continuously Tuesday through Thursday. The incessant messages sent by Jamil were in response to a viral plot of the Instagram story that Morrissey had shared

The incessant messages sent by Jamil were in response to a viral plot of the Instagram story that Morrissey had shared, insinuating that the actress was pretending her past ailments to attract attention. Morrissey accused Jamil of having Munchausen syndrome.

Morrissey shared that he didn't know the actress. She added that she was definitely not a 'stalker'

Morrissey shared that he didn’t know the actress. She added that she was definitely not a ‘stalker’

“It was really disturbing to see,” Jamil said in his initial message to Morrissey after seeing the story. ‘I am a true human being, and someone who has suffered from extreme mental health problems, already mistreated globally this week. and this … is how you use your time …? ‘

He continues by addressing the various allegations included in the thread. When speaking of the broken arm and tooth, Jamil declares that there were “100 witnesses” who could confirm his story.

Jamil explains how she developed food allergies after a “terrible crooked” dentist made her fill the dentist. He also explained how his car crash was “real”, adding that he had “no control over how journalists report” what he told them.

She had moved to Twitter to blow up Morrissey as a “shameless idiot” and defended herself with follow-up tweets, but did not mention that she had had time back and forth.

In an interview with Page Six, Morrissey shared that he didn’t know the actress. She added that she was definitely not a “stalker”.

“Jameela publicly called me a stalker and called me a stalker in her DMs, but she sent me unsolicited DMs on two different social media platforms over the course of two days,” said Morrissey. ‘All I did was watch the commercial interviews [she did on various occasions] from my kitchen [and piece them on a timeline]. ‘

It was really disputed with Jamil's claim about his broken tooth

Jamil wore peas on his face shortly after an oral surgery in September

Morrissey shared several interview clips with Jamil in an attempt to show how the actress lied about her health problems

‘The only thing that bothers me and somehow kicked off all of this is her, ever since she came out strange last week, her going out strange struck him in the press and said who had reported badly was the host of this show when it is literally what appeared in the press release. ‘

‘Like an EP [executive producer] of the show, would you think he would watch the press release before it was posted. He followed the press for reporting it badly, but it’s literally their job of reporting facts and what’s true, and I find it offensive. And he continued to blame the press [for bad coverage]. ‘

The writer shared that many people have come forward to share their experiences with Jamil.

Jamil got on Twitter to blow up Morrissey as a “shameless idiot” and defended herself in follow-up tweets, but did not mention that she had had time back and forth

“The only thing I’ve done is to post screenshots and clips of things he said in the interviews and on his social media,” said Morrissey. ‘They are direct quotes. If he wants to call those lies, it really is.

Jameela shared this Instagram post excited about Quinn peanut butter stuffed pretzels

Jameela shared this Instagram post excited about Quinn peanut butter stuffed pretzels

The Good Place actress spent a lot of time on Twitter chasing away the critics of confused fans who asked her if she invented her peanut allergy after posting the photo on Instagram this week.

He says his peanut allergy has diminished or ‘cleared up’ when it has grown – something doctors say may happen but it is rare.

The online row however spiraled and prompted some critics to question Jamil’s other health problems.

The long list of ailments has driven cynicism by many.

Jamil said they were “lighting her on gas” and had to fight negligent all her life because she suffers from an invisible disease.

In 2016 Jamil claimed to have been born with an allergy to “crustaceans and peanuts”.

She also claimed that 11 silver fillings in her teeth caused her to have mercury poisoning which, in turn, caused her a series of food allergies when she was twenty years old.

Jamil said that she was able to heal them by healing her gut and that she calmed down.

In October, Jamil stunned fans by saying he had had cancer twice.

He was responding to a Twitter troll who criticized his clothing choice when he said: ‘I would just like to say that, as someone who has been chronically ill all my life and has had cancer twice, I find it EXTREMELY offensive that there is a cultural taboo on aging.

Jamil told a Twitter follower in the early hours of Wednesday morning that when he was referring to having cancer twice, he was talking about a “fear of breast cancer” at 28 and then cervical cancer.

Hours later, when she was asked the same question by another follower, she said she had had cervical cancer twice

Hours later, when she was asked the same question by another follower, she said she had had cervical cancer twice

“Those of us who fight for our lives and those who have lost that young fight deserve more respect.”

Early Wednesday morning, when a Twitter follower asked her if she had had cancer twice, she said: ” it was a fear of breast cancer at the age of 28. The real cancer was cervical cancer. Which is extremely common and frightening. ‘

On Wednesday, a different follower who asked her when she had cancer and what type of cancer she was, replied: ‘Cervical cancer in 2016 and 2019.

“Both during the good place.”

Jamil claims to have had two road accidents, one of which left her in a wheelchair

Jamil claims to have had two road accidents, one of which left her in a wheelchair

When some followers pointed out the discrepancy, he said it was possible that both answers were true.

“Didn’t it occur to you that other cancers are possible?”

When she was 17, she said she was hit by a car which caused her to break down.

Jamil said the accident “saved her life” because it prevented her from modeling and forced her to seek help for an eating disorder she had.

The second car accident occurred recently when she “ran into traffic” while fleeing a swarm of bees.

Jamil said on Wednesday that his version of the story was true and that Mark was not

Jamil said on Wednesday that his version of the story was true and that Mark was not

Another bee incident happened at Mark Ronson’s house, he said. He was being interviewed when a swarm of “killer bees” swarmed them.

Jamil said there were about 500 of them and that “everyone ran home like Usain Bolt.”

Later, Mark Ronson said there was “one or two” and that they “walked” inside.

‘The killer bee incident, I saw that title and I was as if I didn’t even remember it was happening. I think something happened while I was being interviewed by Jameela Jamil, who is a really adorable presenter who worked for the BBC. I think maybe we were sitting outside and there was a fruit platter nearby and I think maybe two, one or two individual bees, would have approached slowly and instead of running away from a swarm of killer bees, I think she said “we will go inside?” and slowly entered.

‘It’s one of those things where the incredible British media you know love a story.

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