Chloe Ferry ‘fined £10,000 by police for breaking coronavirus quarantine rules’

Chloe Ferry has been fined £10,000 by the police after breaking coronavirus quarantine rules, it’s claimed.

The Geordie Shore star, 25, reportedly failed to self-isolate at home when she returned from a trip to Turkey, where she’d flown to get a boob job.

Instead of staying indoors for the required 14 days, Chloe headed for a night out.

She’s now told friends she’s been handed the maximum fine for breaking the rules, The Sun reports.

A source said: “Chloe’s been telling everyone how upset she is – it’s a huge amount of money and she feels she was targeted because she’s famous.

“She came back from a shopping trip to find the police waiting for her on her doorstep.”

Chloe travelled to Turkey on October 3 and was reportedly first fined by the police on October 21.

It’s claimed she also failed to quarantine after a trip to Marbella in September as she headed on a night out in London just days after she returned.

Over the weekend she partied in a packed club for Halloween, despite living in a Tier 2 area.

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Separate households are not allowed to mix indoors under Tier 2 rules.

If you travel to a country that is not in a travel corridor list you must self-isolate at home for 14 days upon your return under the government’s lockdown rules that cover the whole country.

Turkey is not currently in the travel corridor list.

If don’t obey the 14 day quarantine rule, you can be fined £1,000, with fines rising to £10,000 for “repeat offenders”.