“I was so upset. I worked really hard to be a paramedic. It was so much training, and I worked three years before that, COVID, did it all, and they were like, ‘Actually, thanks but no thanks,'” she said.
She tried to make it as an influencer, but soon realized it wasn’t for her. She was able to get another job as a paramedic, but her reality TV fame sometimes makes things complicated.
She told Vice, “[Patients’ families] stare and ask me, ‘Are you so and so?’ But like, in this moment in time, on a 999 call, I’m not her. I think the people I meet on the job find it really strange to see me in that perspective.”
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