LITTLE People fans are begging Audrey Roloff to “hire nannies” after seeing snaps of her “FILTHY” home featuring piles of laundry.
The reality star is often the subject of fan scrutiny, despite the fact that she left the TLC show years ago.
Audrey is under fire from fans after sharing a glimpse into her real life via her Instagram Story, posting photos of massive piles of laundry she hadn’t yet dealt with.
She shared the photos on her Instagram Story, along with the caption: “Also this is my current view from my ‘post bedtime lay down for a minute before cleaning up spot.'”
In another story, showing only one large pile, she writes: “Just here to make you feel better about your life.”
This isn’t the first time she’s faced backlash over how she keeps house.
In fact, she was just ripped by fans for posting a video of her nine-month-old son jumping in a baby bouncer in front of what looked like his nursery.
He was all smiling in the video, but fans weren’t amused.
Just behind the boy, clearly visible, was a mess of toys strewn across the floor, including a construction truck, books and papers, and action figures.
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Audrey made no excuse for the mess, defending it in a follow-up post.
“Y’all…this is nothing,” she shared. “And in case you’re new around here, this is (and definitely won’t be in the coming months) your place for picture-perfect home content.”
Before son Radley even arrived, fans noted that his nursery was a mess and Audrey struggled to keep it clean.
Last October, just one month before his birth, Jeremy Roloff‘s wife gave fans a glimpse at her new baby’s nursery, which featured a crib, baby toys, a rocker, and a neck pillow, all on the floor.
A pile of baby clothes was piled in the middle of the floor, while the room also includes what appears to be a suitcase ready for the upcoming delivery.
The reality star captioned the clip: “Baby number 3’s room.”
Likewise, fans have come for the star for creating a dangerous environment for her children.
Earlier this year, fans flipped as Audrey showed her kids playing Candyland next to a roaring fire – which was without a screen or protector.
In a shared video, Audrey’s two other children, Ember, four, and Bode, two, ran around the living room while playing the iconic board game.
However, as wholesome as the video clip was, some fans were extremely concerned with how close Bode stumbled to the open fireplace.
Fans took to Reddit to sound off.
One wrote: “I’m getting anxious.”
Another added: “Holy s*** that’s anxiety-inducing.”
A third wrote: “Candyland by the fire about to be Candyland IN the fire.”