Former 'Coronation Street' star Sean Ward has ended up homeless after speaking out against the coronavirus vaccine.
The 33-year-old actor previously played villainous drug-dealer Callum Logan in the ITV soap, but he has taken to Instagram to explain that work has "dried up" after he took part in protests against COVID-19 vaccines.
He wrote: "Firstly the work dried up. No one would hire me whether in front of or behind the camera, all my usual ways of making money just stopped, eventually I couldn’t afford the rent. So I gave up my 4 bed house and move onto my friend’s couch. I had to put all my belongings into storage. After a while I couldn’t afford to pay the storage bill and after about 4 weeks of missing the payments – equating to about £500 – Safe store UK sold all belongings. My sofa, my bed frame, my office equipment, desk, chair, wardrobes, mirrors, all my coats and clothes and my projector." (sic)
Sean - who also starred in BBC military drama 'Out Girl' alongside Michelle Keegan - went on to reveal that he is now sleeping on his old mattress in a friend's spare room, but claimed it was "all worth it".
He added: "Luckily I got my mattress out in time and I’ve been sleeping on that in a friend’s spare room for over a year now. He has given me a safe space when I really needed it. I haven’t paid any rent to this man and it makes me extremely tearful when I think how amazing that really is. Was it all worth it? Yes! If I’ve saved one life then yes."