LITTLE People critics have accused Audrey Roloff of posing as a fan to ask herself questions during her Instagram Q&A sessions.
The Little People, Big World alum’s Monday Q&As have become a weekly occurrence for the reality TV star’s followers.
Instagram/Always MoreLittle People critics accused Audrey Roloff of asking herself questions during her Instagram Q&A sessions[/caption]
Instagram/ audreyroloffAudrey holds weekly Q&A sessions with her followers on Instagram[/caption]
During the latest session, Audrey, 31, was asked about fitting exercise into her busy schedule, what type of birth control recommends, if she’s still nursing her one-year-old son Radley and baking recipes, among many others.
Even the TV personality’s husband, Jeremy Roloff, 32, made a mid-workout appearance after Audrey passed several follower inquiries along to him.
The fan questions Audrey received were screengrabbed and reposted on a popular Reddit board dedicated to the TLC series.
One person commented: “It really does read like she writes her own questions.”
Another fan responded: “It seems like a mix of her own questions, questions that people ask her sarcastically but which she takes seriously, and genuine questions from the people who unfathomably like her.”
A third person wrote: “I’ve always thought so. They’re just so over the top and absurd.”
While a fourth commenter stated: “People actually think she’s telling the truth. This amazes me.”
Audrey received backlash for calling condoms “rubber socks” when questioned about birth control.
One Redditor wrote: “Imagine being an adult, married with 3 kids and not saying the word condom.”
While a second asked: “Why can’t she just say condoms?” before adding, “My god. And the way she giggled after saying ‘rubber socks when necessary.’ So juvenile.”
During the Instagram Q&A, Audrey and Jeremy revealed how they manage their finances as the TLC alums gave fans tips on “building wealth” amid Jeremy’s brother Zach‘s financial struggles.
During an Instagram Q&A, Audrey was asked how she and Jeremy organize their finances.
The 31-year-old said: “So my dad is a financial advisor – that helps us a little bit.
“And then Dan, Jeremy’s best friend, who is the inventor of Debt-Free Journal, has also helped us a lot with our finances.
“So I’d say we have two people who are really close to us in our arsenal who have helped us a lot with that.”
Jeremy then asked fans which “camp” they found themselves in – whether they “go through life” without knowing much about saving money or if they’re looking to go to the next step of “wealth building.”
The couple’s post comes amid Jeremy’s twin brother Zach’s recent struggles.
Last month, The U.S. Sun exclusively revealed that Zach’s soccer business has been shut down.
The TV star filed a business license in October 2019 for the United States Dwarf Futbol Association in Oregon.
Zach is listed as the registered agent and president of the company.
However, the business is currently inactive as of December 23, 2021.
According to the Oregon Secretary of State’s website, the court administration dissolved the business because Zach did not file the annual report for 2022.
Although Zach, Tori, and their children, Jackson, Lilah, and Josiah, moved to Washington in October 2021, Zach has not filed a license for the company in his new home state.
Audrey and Jeremy have also been slammed for their behavior in the wake of Zach’s recent emergency brain surgery.
Zach was rushed to the hospital for an emergency shunt revision.
A shunt is a hollow tube surgically placed in the brain, sometimes in the spine, that helps drain cerebrospinal fluid.
The procedure addresses the pressure on the brain and assists with relieving many symptoms, such as gait difficulty, mild dementia, and lack of bladder control.
His wife Tori Roloff said: “It’s been a scary 72 hours but he is doing well and recovering!!”
Zach’s parents Matt and Amy Roloff stepped up to the plate when they discovered their son needed surgery.
Matt took to social media to beg for prayers and praise his daughter-in-law for taking good care of his son.
Amy had a Live session scheduled for her fans, but she canceled the event to watch Tori and Zach’s children while they were occupied in the hospital.
Audrey was slammed for ignoring news of Zach’s surgery on the day and instead documenting her son Bode’s haircut.
A day later, Jeremy also came under fire for failing to acknowledge Zach’s health struggles on social media.
The reality star showed off his blue Land Cruiser on Instagram instead.
Instagram/ audreyroloffAudrey’s husband Jeremy Roloff joined the reality TV star during her most recent Q&A[/caption]
Instagram/ audreyroloffNot only did critics accuse Audrey of writing questions into herself but some claimed that the TV personality isn’t being honest with her followers[/caption]
Instagram/ Audrey RoloffAudrey and her husband Jeremy with their children Ember, Bode, and Radley[/caption]