90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days fan-favorite Rose Marie Vega continues to embrace her reality TV fame. Ed Brown’s girlfriend Rose is one of the more popular cast members this season. However, her name has already been dragged into fraudulent fundraisers and fake social media pages as well.
90 Day Fiance: Rose Marie Vega Faces Drawback of Fame
Looks like Rose Marie Vega is getting a taste of both the good and bad side of fame. The 90 Day Fiance newcomer has been getting a lot of attention lately, enough to gain her fans and haters alike. Many have reached out to Ed Brown’s ladylove, expressing interest in sending her money and gifts.
But Rose Marie’s fifteen minutes of 90 Day Fiance fame also attracted online scammers. She herself revealed that her name has been used on bogus social media accounts. There were even a few bogus fundraising drives linked to her and her son Prince. However, Rose Marie Vega lets fans know that she is not involved with any of those pages and fundraisers.
Rose Marie Calls out Fake IG Account
Rose Marie Vega revealed on of the many fake Instagram accounts pretending to be her. The 90 Day Fiance: Before the 90 Days cast member was outraged at the use of her image and name. The fake IG page does a good job of tricking fans of the show by mimicking Rose Marie’s original page.
Rose Marie Vega said the poser has been trying to scam people. The 90 Day Fiance girlfriend of Ed Brown directly asked the scammer to stop. She wrote and asked, “To who is copying my IG account, please STOP asking people for money.”
It remains unclear if the person behind the fake page actually received money from Rose’s 90 Day Fiance fans. This is not the first time the TLC celeb slams those who are using her name to scam online. In fact, she already exposed a couple of fake fundraisers that use her name.
90 Day Fiance Star No Plans to Start GoFundMe
Earlier this month, Rose Marie Vega exposed a fake GoFundMe campaign launched claiming to be for her and her young child, Prince. The 90 Day Fiance celeb shared the fundraiser’s target goal is to collect at least $12,000 intended to help her “get out of poverty”. Rose wanted to let fans know that the money donated is not going to her.
Then, just this week, she got another fake GoFundMe drive. This time, the goal is to gather over $100,000 to help “rescue” her from Big Ed. Rose Marie Vega pointed out that she doesn’t authorize any donation campaign.
While Rose could probably make some money from a legit fundraiser, she insists that a GoFundMe is not part of her future plans. “Everyone, I understand you all want to help me but I DO NOT have GO FUND ME,” Rose Marie Vega added. “I DO NOT have any plan on making one”. In the end, she reminded everyone that she personally responds to those who want to help her.
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