Triple M host claims he was kicked out of luxury resort Qualia on Hamilton Island after a photo of George and Amal Clooney was leaked to the press
A Triple M radio host has claimed she was asked to leave a luxury Queensland resort after an awkward situation with George and Amal Clooney.
Speaking on his Gold Coast radio show, Ben ‘Dobo’ Dobbins told listeners that after marrying his wife Amity in early November, he had to cut his honeymoon short while staying at the award-winning Qualia resort on Hamilton Island. was forced.
He said his wife saw 43-year-old Amal after visiting the resort’s spa and decided to take a sneak peek photo, which was later leaked to Channel Nine News.
Oh no! Triple M radio host Ben Dobbins (left) has claimed he was asked to leave a luxury Queensland resort in November following an awkward situation with George and Amal Clooney. photo with his wife amity
‘Unbeknownst to us, Amal and George and Julia Roberts were living in Qualia at the same time we were there. We were not aware of the laws. I don’t know the rules for Hamilton Island. I love Hamilton Island and hope to go back to Qualia one day,’ he said on his radio show.
Amity being a good wife took a sneaky photo and sent it to me. Well, let me pass it on to someone I know – less and behold it ended that night on Channel 9 at 6 PM news.’
Ben said he and his wife had ‘thought nothing about it’, but were forced to cut their vacation by two days after being instructed to leave the resort the next day.
He said his wife saw 43-year-old Amal after visiting the resort’s spa and decided to take a sneak peek photo, which was later leaked to Channel Nine News. Amal and George painted
A spokesperson for Hamilton Island has since issued a statement about the incident, reading: ‘As a premium resort destination, Hamilton Island’s primary responsibility is to protect the privacy and comfort of all of our guests.
‘For the privacy of all guests, unauthorized photography and filming of guests is unwanted.
‘Ben was warned and was very apologetic. Ben was never asked to leave and is welcome to return to the island.’
‘You have to stay in one place for 14 days until you are finally allowed to go out and breathe’: Despite spending your mandatory 14-day quarantine period in a sprawling NSW Southern Highlands estate instead of the usual hotel, George still complains terms
Julia Roberts and George began filming Ticket to Paradise on the Gold Coast and Brisbane last month, and moved to The Whitsunday shortly thereafter.
The high-profile actor plays a divorced couple who travel to Bali in a desperate bid to prevent their daughter, played by Kaitlyn Dever, from marrying.
The film also stars Billie Lourd as Dever’s best friend, who travels with her to Bali, where she decides to marry a local.
In March it was revealed that George and Julia were on their way to Australia to film the much-anticipated project.
George relocated to Australia in October with Amal and the couple’s five-year-old twins, Alexander and Ella.
Despite spending his mandatory 14-day quarantine period in a sprawling NSW Southern Highlands estate instead of the usual hotel, George still had a problem with the conditions.
“You have to be in one place for 14 days until you’re allowed to go out and breathe,” he told WTF podcast host Marc Maron.
Julia also flew to Australia in October, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9 million mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Qualia for comment.
Quarantine in luxury: Julia also flew to Australia in October, spending her quarantine period at a $56.9 million mansion in Sydney’s Vaucluse