Chair Girl has once again become a hot topic on social media. Over the past week, Marcella Zoia has been posting photos of herself in Tahiti and Bora Bora. The photos show Zoia lounging in tropical waters, showing off her bikinis, and hanging out poolside.
Days later, Zoia proceeded to post photos of herself out and partying in Toronto, which led to outrage, as some thought she was breaking Canada's mandatory quarantine protocols.
The internet took aim at Zoia, with social media users calling her out on her apparent breach of the rules.
"Meanwhile Chair Girl just got back from Tahiti and posting videos of herself out on the town in Toronto, despite that whole self-isolate for 14 days under the Quarantine Act thing," wrote one Twitter user.
The scolding didn't stop there.
@JohnTory what's the deal now with chair girl? She travels to Bora Bora and returns to Toronto. Welcome back. Quar… https://t.co/IdVhYGfTxA— what? (@what?)1598309273.0
However, Zoia and her attorney have come together to deny claims that she has broken COVID-19 quarantine protocols, stating that the trip occurred before Canada was put under a quarantine mandate.
Zoia also took to her Instagram story to clarify that "the trip happened before COVID," and that the photos are not current.
"Marcella has been following COVID-19 protocols and the mandated quarantine regulations," Zoia's attorney, Greg Leslie, told Narcity.
"She travelled before [the pandemic]. Unfortunately, in her recent posts, she did not mention these were pictures from past trips," he continued.
"Ms. Zoia fully understands the COVID-19 rules and has not travelled outside of Canada since the pandemic rules were implemented in Canada."
Zoia has attracted plenty of media attention since her chair-throwing video went viral in February 2019.
She faced multiple charges after she was filmed hurling a chair from a condo highrise balcony above the Gardiner Expressway.
A lengthy court proceeding followed, and she eventually avoided any jail time.
Instead, she was sentenced to years of probation, 150 hours of community service, and a $2,000 fine.