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On March 18, Arielle announced she had tested positive to COVID-19.

In her announcement she acknowledged the backlash she had received online.

“It is the responsibility of our government office to ensure all Americans can access necessary tests,” she wrote. “I acknowledge how lucky I am to have had that access.”

Eight days after announcing her positive diagnosis, the influencer began to post photos from the Hamptons, on eastern Long Island’s South Fork, with her family. It appeared that she had decided to self-isolate in the Hamptons, famous for being a playground for the wealthy.


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