Tammin Sursok calls out influencers filming themselves crying for influence

Actress Tammin Sursok calls out influencers who film themselves crying on social media for attention

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Actress Tammin Sursok has called out influencers who film themselves crying on social media, saying it’s “bulls**t” if the first thing they think to do when they’re upset is to pull out their camera.

The former Home And Away star said the only time she’d ever posted a vulnerable video of herself online was when she had a miscarriage, but that was because her husband was filming it.

She added that she would never have thought of pulling out her camera at the time, and believes people who do so are performative to their followers.

Speaking of her Women on top podcast with actor Luke Cook, the pair agreed that while sharing difficult moments online is important, posting a video at the exact moment something raw is happening is very performant.

Tammin said, “When you’re going through such intense pain… like I was hearing that something happened to my husband or someone I loved died, the last thing I’d think about is a camera.

Tammin Sursok calls out influencers who film themselves crying on social media and says it's 'bulls**t' if the first thing they think to do when they're upset is to pull out their camera

Tammin Sursok calls out influencers who film themselves crying on social media and says it’s ‘bulls**t’ if the first thing they think to do when they’re upset is to pull out their camera

The former Home And Away star said the only time she posted a vulnerable video of herself crying online was when she had a miscarriage, but that was because her husband was filming it

The former Home And Away star said the only time she posted a vulnerable video of herself crying online was when she had a miscarriage, but that was because her husband was filming it

The former Home And Away star said the only time she posted a vulnerable video of herself crying online was when she had a miscarriage, but that was because her husband was filming it

“I think that’s the call, what would you do in that situation if someone told you someone died. Are you getting out the camera? And that’s kind of the bulls**t meter, isn’t it?’

The mother-of-two said she decided to post the video of her miscarriage diagnosis when she became pregnant again because she wanted others to know there is light at the end of the tunnel.

“I didn’t record myself crying and hung it up, but when I had a miscarriage, my husband recorded it because we thought we were going to get some good news and I cried,” she said.

“It wasn’t on camera, but I shared it when I had my second baby because it was so traumatic for me and I wanted people to know there was light at the end of the tunnel, and it was very vulnerable.”

The 39-year-old was recently filming in Canada, and she opened up about her journey online about how hard she finds it being away from husband Sean McEwen and her two children Phoenix, nine, and Lennon Bleu, four.

She took to her Instagram and said, “Real talk for a second. I’m leaving in three days to go shoot a movie in Canada.

Tammin said when she had a miscarriage that she would never have thought to pull out her camera, and believes people who do so are performative to their followers

Tammin said when she had a miscarriage that she would never have thought to pull out her camera, and believes people who do so are performative to their followers

Tammin said when she had a miscarriage that she would never have thought to pull out her camera, and believes people who do so are performative to their followers

The Pretty Little Liars star said time away from her kids is taking a toll on her mental health

The Pretty Little Liars star said time away from her kids is taking a toll on her mental health

The Pretty Little Liars star said time away from her kids is taking a toll on her mental health

“I’m so excited for this new experience and to star in another movie is such a blessing.

“But I’m going to be away from my kids and my husband for a while. And it’s still very painful.’

The Pretty Little Liars star admitted that time apart is taking a toll on her mental health.

“I couldn’t handle it at first. I couldn’t go a day without breaking down completely. And now I can, but it still hurts.’

The actress has been married to Sean McEwen (pictured) since 2011.

The actress has been married to Sean McEwen (pictured) since 2011.

The actress has been married to Sean McEwen (pictured) since 2011.

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