The I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here crew member who is said to be at the centre of Byron Bay’s snap seven-day lockdown has been charged with breaching NSW health orders.

The staff member allegedly did a lil’ naughty and visited venues outside of their authorised work locations, as revealed by NSW Gladys Berejiklian in her press conference on Wednesday.

“They were there only to work but they breached the health orders and went to multiple venues they weren’t allowed to go to… that person did the wrong thing,” she said. “I’ve been advised by police that person has been charged.”

According to an ABC report on Tuesday, the production company behind the hit series, ITV Australia, confirmed one of its crew had contracted the virus.

“This discovery was made through the rigorous testing regime implemented by our COVID-safe plan,” a spokesperson said in a statement.

“The crew member is fully vaccinated and was wearing PPE while at work.”

The COVID-19 infected crew member and their close contacts have now been identified and are currently in isolation, pending further test results.

“We are working with NSW Health to ensure all necessary steps are taken in relation to contact tracing, testing and further communication to anyone that needs to isolate,” the statement continued.

The person was believed to have arrived in Ballina on Virgin flight 1141 and had been infectious while in the community in the three areas of Byron, Ballina and Tweed Heads.

Even more concerning is that the infected person had a negative rapid antigen test result before leaving Sydney, however, upon having a PCR test once in the Northern part of NSW, it came back positive.

So far, there is no word on whether hosts Dr Chris Brown or Julia Morris have been in close contact or any of the other celebrities for that matter.

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