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Channel Seven journalist Adene Cassidy was ‘abused’ in public by American anti-masker

Channel Seven journalist and Samantha Armytage’s close pal Adene Cassidy shares her shock as she reveals she was ‘abused’ in public by American anti-masker

Channel Seven journalist Adene Cassidy has revealed she was verbally abused by an American anti-masker while out with her daughter in Sydney’s Coogee. 

The reporter and photographer shared a tale of events on her Instagram story on Friday. 

Adene said she was called a ‘sheep’ by the man in his sixties for wearing a mask amid the coronavirus pandemic. 

Shocking: On Friday, Channel Seven journalist and Samantha Armytage’s close pal Adene Cassidy (left) shared her shock as she revealed she was ‘abused’ in public by American anti-masker

‘Just got abused at a small shop in Coogee for wearing a mask,’ Adene wrote in her lengthy post. 

‘Told I was a sheep, among other things. He then turned to my 11 year old and said his kids are smart and know better.’ 

She said the man ‘looks like an LA gangster and [was] on a rampage,’ asking followers if they had any footage of him. 

'Just got abused at a small shop in Coogee for wearing a mask,' Adene wrote in her lengthy post

‘Just got abused at a small shop in Coogee for wearing a mask,’ Adene wrote in her lengthy post

She then defiantly said that she’s ‘happy to be a sheep.’

‘I’m happy to be a sheep,’ she said. 

‘Hang with the flock and do what’s best for our community right now.’  

Adene works for Seven News Sydney and is close to a number of Channel Seven stars, including Samantha Armytage. 

Familiar face: Adene works for Seven News Sydney and is close to a number of Channel Seven stars, including Samantha Armytage

Familiar face: Adene works for Seven News Sydney and is close to a number of Channel Seven stars, including Samantha Armytage

Interesting! Adene seemingly confirmed earlier this week Sam had taken her new husband Richard Lavender's name

Interesting! Adene seemingly confirmed earlier this week Sam had taken her new husband Richard Lavender’s name

Adene seemingly confirmed earlier this week Sam had taken her new husband Richard Lavender’s name. 

Sam married millionaire businessman Richard Lavender at his Southern Highlands estate on New Year’s Eve. 

Adene shared one of the photos she took of the wedding on Instagram, and wrote in the caption: ‘Congratulations Mrs Lavender.’  

Sam had previously hinted she would go down the non-traditional route of keeping her surname after marrying Richard.

She was asked about changing her surname to Lavender while attending the Everest Carnival Fashion Lunch in October.

She told The Daily Telegraph it was an ‘interesting thought’ and didn’t rule out any possibilities. 

Newlyweds: Sam married millionaire businessman Richard Lavender at his Southern Highlands estate on New Year's Eve

Newlyweds: Sam married millionaire businessman Richard Lavender at his Southern Highlands estate on New Year’s Eve

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