Leahia Griner watched the storm that arose this week following a video published by fitness trainer and network host, Likki Rosenberg, in which she told about an offensive comment she received from a follower, who stated that her son was on the autistic spectrum.
Today (Thursday) in an attempt to bring to the news how widespread the phenomenon that Rosenberg emphasized is, Griner revealed a similar question she received from one of her followers who was interested in whether her little daughter, Eliana, has autism - and also told Israel Hayom how she sees things.
"You are not alone," Griner wrote to Rosenberg against the background of a screenshot of the outrageous question sent to her in a similar atmosphere, in which she was asked if her daughter had Down syndrome.
"I didn't take it to heart. I didn't take it seriously. She didn't move my hair. Some people are just delusional and just looking for trouble," Griner added, and then went on to also reveal the answer she chose to send to that surfer, which included an emoji of a woman placing her hand on forehead, and a few more words.
"No. Just such a sweet look," she replied.
"It's a 'how stupid you are' emoji," Griner added in an explanation in the story.
The "Big Brother" star then uploaded a more detailed video.
"There was a scene where I said, 'Wow, it's like,'" Griner shared.
"There were photos that I really thought like that too. Like, I knew she didn't have any problem, but she had that look at the beginning. I love that look. I think it's one of the cutest," she clarified.
"In any case," she addressed surfers in an educational message, "whether you see or don't see, feel there's a problem, don't feel there's a problem - you don't need to get into it and make an offer, unless you're a doctor. If you're a doctor, then fine," she clarified.
"You can't test people on Instagram. It's just brash in my opinion."
Lehia Griner, photo: Moshe Ben Simhon
In a conversation she had with Israel Hayom, Griner said: "I won't lie that I also recognized this special appearance, but strangers aren't supposed to comment. I can say it alone about my daughter, but other people can't say it, it's fucked up , that's a stupid question.
"I am very public and if there was any problem, I would be very open about it," she claimed.
"Just as I am open with Michael (Griner's eldest son; 14), with the defective vaccine and special education and Ritalin.
This (referring to the question about autism; 14) is already a much more serious diagnosis than special education."
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