An avid follower of the radio host reached out to WHO.com.au, telling us she was extremely disappointed to see her polite Instagram comment— which asked Bec to consider donating to charity instead of "wasting money" on a party— was deleted and she was later blocked.
"I would like to make the public aware of Rebecca Judd's response to my comment on her 'housewarming party' photos on Instagram. I highlighted that it would be more positive and encouraging for people to see her give back to the community given the devastation from the bushfires and how financially blessed she is... instead of flashing her money with posts such as this," the angry user told WHO. "She has blocked me on Instagram and deleted my comment from her post."
After realising Bec had removed the comment, the user's sister wrote: "How come you blocked my sister after she raised the question as to your involvement in charity? As a public figure, you're supposed to be a role model to young women, spending what must have been 10s of thousands on lavish parties that you could have easily organised to raise awareness and funds for charity (and had equally as much fun).
"There is little if any attempt at raising charitable awareness on your social media. You have the power to share messages and awareness but instead, you block someone who questions why you don't?"
Moments after they shared their thoughts, they were also blocked and the comment was deleted.
Although Bec has been raving about her lavish party — with stars like Olivia Anderson, Nadia Bartel and Lana Wilkinson in attendance— she recently revealed the big day didn't go to plan. According to the popular influencer, her event was interrupted by police officers who turned up to her $7.3 million property in Brighton, Melbourne, after a neighbour lodged a complaint.
"At 4:40pm we have the police at the front door because a neighbour had complained because their daughter was trying to study and couldn't. 4:40pm on a Saturday afternoon. Unbelievable! The sun was shining, it was a beautiful day. Day, not night," she said on her KIIS FM radio show, The 3pm Pick-Up.
"Anyway, the police come. They take a listen and say, 'You can actually turn it up louder and you can actually go on later. You can go until 10:30.'"