Bec has publicly supported Nadia over the past few months while the Instagram star navigates her split from ex-husband Jimmy Bartel.
However, not everyone has been so supportive of Bec lately, with the mum of four copping flack after complaining about the Melbourne dust storm affecting the colour of her pool amidst the ongoing Australian bushfires.
In a since deleted Instagram post, the AFL WAG shared footage of her murky pool—which is located in her $7.3 million mansion— showing her followers that it had changed colour.
She accompanied the video with a caption which read: “We are slowly fighting back from the dust storm. I’ve had my pool guy over this morning. Sorry to all the pool guys in Melbourne inundated with thousands of calls this morning," she wrote, adding a laughing face emoji.
After her comments sparked outrage and grabbed the attention of ABC News reporter Jen Browning, the journalist took to Twitter to express her disappointment, suggesting Bec is out of touch with reality.
“I’m sorry your pool got dirty @becjudd – at least you have a pool with water in it, try not having enough water to do anything but keep you & your animals alive – & how about considering what it’s like to face dust 10x what poor Melbourne had at least 3-4 times per week,” she wrote.
An hour later, Bec shared a photo of her clean pool, with Jen hitting back, writing: "Update – Bec’s pool is clean! Maybe her pool boy could come backwash my house.”
She continued: "Have a think next time before you tell everyone how you're slowly "fighting back" from the tiny dust storm you had."
"How about considering what it's like to face dust 10 [times] what poor Melbourne had at least three or four times a week. Seriously! Oh, and most of NSW can't water their lawns let alone their pool tiles."
Bec has since removed the photos and videos from her Instagram account.