Byron Baes influencer Elle Watson is busted in Instagram blunder after posting about her trip to Monaco
One of the stars of Netflix‘s Byron Baes reality series has been busted in an awkward Instagram blunder.
The philanthropist was promoting her trip to Monaco to attend a conference to save the Amazon forest when she accidentally shared more than she bargained for in a revealing post.
A photo of her laptop shared to Instagram revealed an email from a storage company claiming that Elle was 42 days late on her storage payment.
Awkward: Byron Baes star Elle Watson (pictured) has been caught in an awkward Instagram fail
Elle has since deleted the post, but not before Celeb Spellcheck were able to screenshot it and re-post it on their page for their 230,000 followers to see.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Elle’s management for comment.
Since the photo blunder, the environmental activist has continued sharing details from her trip on Instagram.
‘I enjoy living a life of service and contribution. Giving back and living a life filled with purpose allows me to lead a fulfilling life that propels me to move mountains where one might see obstacles,’ she wrote in one post.
Mistake: The philanthropist was promoting her trip to Monaco to attend a conference to save the Amazon when she accidentally shared more than she bargained for in a revealing post
Busted! A photo of her laptop shared to Instagram revealed an email from a storage company claiming that Elle was 42 days late on her storage payment
‘There are never any obstacles in my world…only opportunities to think differently and move forward with vigour.’
In another post, she gushed about meeting the tribal leader of the Ashanika tribe, Benki Piyako, to discuss ‘bridging the gap between indigenous and western knowledge’ to help save the planet.
‘The Amazon are the lungs of planet earth, it requires our commitment more than ever!’ she enthused.
Elle is one of the stars of Netflix’s much maligned reality series about influencers in Byron Bay, Byron Baes.
Small screen: The philanthropist is one of the stars of Netflix’s reality series Byron Baes
Also starring in the series is Jade Kevin Foster, who claims to be Australia’s ‘biggest male influencer’.
However, since the show aired, Jade has faced increased scrutiny over the legitimacy of his social media following.
It was later revealed that the bulk of Jade’s followers were from Turkey and India, leading to speculation that they were fake followers he’d purchased to make himself famous.
Suspicious: Byron Baes star Jade Kevin Foster (pictured) has been accused of buying his Instagram followers from Turkey to become famous