The reality TV programme I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! is facing criticism after a crew member contracted Covid-19, sending thousands of Australians into lockdown.
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The make-up artist allegedly visited a number of establishments in the state of New South Wales (NSW) without checking-in or using a QR code.
She has been charged with multiple breaches of public health orders.
The incident has raised questions over the filming of shows in the area.
The 31-year-old woman, who has not been identified, flew to Ballina from Sydney on Saturday under an exemption, according to ABC News. She then visited a number of locations in the north of the state over the weekend.
ITV, which makes the programme, told the news outlet that the crew member was "fully vaccinated and was wearing PPE while at work". It added that all of her close contacts were now in isolation.
But police said that by attending several businesses and venues in Byron Bay and Kingscliff she had breached the conditions of her work-related travel exemption.
According to the rules, people who have travelled from Sydney, which is still in lockdown, must stay at home when they are not working.
The positive result forced some 135,000 people into a seven-day lockdown which came into effect on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Queensland has closed its border to the affected areas.
Australia has strict border restrictions, even between states, with many people cut-off from seeing loved ones.