Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne did NOT break lockdown rules with eight hour trip

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Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne did not break lockdown rules by traveling from Essex to Yorkshire to visit a puppy over the weekend, a police investigation has found.

The actress, 29, and former TOWIE star, 29, were criticized by fans after embarking on an eight-hour round trip to the Total K9 facility in Cottam, Driffield, for see their new pet with their daughters Ella, six. , and Mia, two, last week.

However, Essex and Humberside Police deemed the trip to be a ‘legitimate’ business trip after influencer Dan explained he stopped by the dog breeder when he was traveling for his competition company Prize Paradise.

Details: Jacqueline Jossa and Dan Osborne did not break lockdown rules by traveling from Essex to Yorkshire to visit a puppy over the weekend, a police investigation has concluded

A statement from Humberside Police said: ‘On Friday February 19 we were made aware of reports of an alleged violation of coronavirus regulations.

‘Together with our fellow Essex Police the allegations have been fully investigated and a number of investigations have been carried out. The officers spoke to those involved.

The owner of the tattoo shop decided to check with Total K9 whether his Rottweiler would be suitable for his young children.

They added to The Mirror: ‘It was found that those affected had traveled for legitimate business purposes and no violations were found. ”

Meet: The actress, 29, and former TOWIE star, 29, embarked on an eight-hour round trip to the Total K9 facility in Cottam (pictured with their daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two years old)

Meet: The actress, 29, and former TOWIE star, 29, embarked on an eight-hour round trip to the Total K9 facility in Cottam (pictured with their daughters Ella, six, and Mia, two years old)

Fans had slammed Dan – who also shares his seven-year-old son Teddy with ex Megan Tomlin – for his posted offense, before furying back, shockingly telling his critics to “ fuck off. ”

Earlier this month, the reality TV star posed with the puppy and added a caption: ‘Look who we made an 8 hour round trip to visit. ”

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A journey from the heart of Essex to Driffield takes approximately three hours and 50 minutes.

Following the initial post, he revealed that while their dog was being trained, the family would continue to visit the facility before the puppy returned to their home.

The reveal didn’t go over well with a number of fans, who criticized the star – prompting him to strike back in a self-recorded video, taken while sitting in his car.

No rules here!  Essex and Humberside Police deemed the trip to be a 'legitimate' business trip after Dan explained he stopped by the dog breeder while traveling for work

No rules here! Essex and Humberside Police deemed the trip to be a ‘legitimate’ business trip after Dan explained he stopped by the dog breeder while traveling for work

On this particular occasion he claimed that his job had taken him to Yorkshire, so he decided to take his wife and children with him to meet the new puppy.

He then insisted that his wife and children stayed in the car and did not come into contact with anyone during the long trip.

He said, ‘Now if I was just going to buy a big dog and not meet him and have him in the house with the kids and not meet him, I would stay and people would say,’ Why do you buy a rottweiler without letting it see your kids first? “.

“So I can’t win in this situation. We went out, looked at a puppy and then went home. We were in a car, we are not causing any problem for anyone else.

“There is no problem with what I did. I don’t know why Total K9 got the police there, it’s ridiculous.

He added: ‘I know I shouldn’t have to, but I’m just clarifying things. I know 99% of people understand it like normal humans, but for one percent of non-normal humans, here is your explanation.

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“It’s okay, it’s not like, ‘Oh my God, we’re breaking the law.’ Jesus Christ, this is ridiculous. ‘

He then addressed people who he said had called him a barrage of insulting names in reaction to the news, declaiming, “Fuck you.

“You don’t know me, I don’t know you, you wouldn’t call me face to face, so don’t do it on social media.

Answer: The reveal didn't please a number of fans, who criticized the star - prompting him to fight back in a self-recorded video, taken while sitting in his car

Travel: Dan explained to his Instagram followers that he travels the country regularly, as part of his job of handing out competition prizes

Answer: The reveal didn’t please a number of fans, who criticized the star – prompting him to fight back in a self-recorded video, taken while sitting in his car

The government website currently says: ‘Under UK COVID-19 restrictions you have to stay at home. You must not travel, including abroad, unless you have a legally authorized reason to do so. It is illegal to travel abroad for vacation and leisure ”.

Dan did not hide the trip to Yorkshire as he shared it, but then deleted the post detailing the trip and the time needed to visit the puppy, for whom they have since created an Instagram page under the handle @ tysonorottia.

He then explained that the eight-week-old dog would stay at Total K9 to be trained by the experts, as they would visit regularly.

Long Journey: A journey from the heart of Essex to Driffield takes around three hours and 50 minutes.

Long Journey: A journey from the heart of Essex to Driffield takes around three hours and 50 minutes.

Details: The government's website currently says people

Details: The government’s website currently says people “must stay home” unless they “have a legally permitted reason to do so. It is illegal to travel abroad for vacation and leisure ”

Dan wrote on another post: “ He will be formed by Total K9 with a visit from us, and then will definitely join Mad House Osborne. ”

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Total K9 has had a host of other famous clients, including Lauren Goodger’s two Black Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, who have since moved on.

The institution offers behavioral and obedience training for pets and working dogs and offers packages from £ 300 per week.

In November of last year, Jacqueline revealed that she went to see a therapist during the first COvID-19 lockdown, amid her marital issues with her husband Dan.

Big reveal: He then explained that the eight-week-old dog would stay at Total K9 to be trained by the experts, as they would visit regularly

Big reveal: He then explained that the eight-week-old dog would stay at Total K9 to be trained by the experts, as they would visit regularly

Their puppy: They've since made an Instagram page under the pseudonym @tysonorottie

Their puppy: They’ve since made an Instagram page under the pseudonym @tysonorottie

The actress and I am a celebrity … Get me out of here! The winner shed light on when she moved out of the house she shares with Dan.

She told The Sun: ‘It was like everyone wanted to watch me fall apart. I kept it on for a while, but after the lockdown it was really a great time and a great place for Daniel and I to spend it all – an opportunity for us to talk about everything.

“For me that meant turning to therapy. And because of that, I couldn’t be in the same house as Dan. There was no big argument or breakup, and there were no other girls. Moving was literally the way I had to deal with it.

Jacqueline also spoke to women who sold stories about her husband’s alleged infidelities: “ Look, you can’t stop bitches from selling stories – that’s a fact, I know that. They can say whatever they want, Daniel and I know the truth.

Hashing it out: In November of last year, Jacqueline revealed she went to see a therapist during the first COVID-19 lockdown, amid her marital issues with her husband Dan

Hashing it out: In November of last year, Jacqueline revealed she went to see a therapist during the first COVID-19 lockdown, amid her marital issues with her husband Dan

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