MTV star’s coronavirus conspiracy theory claims PM Johnson doesn’t have Covid-19

MTV star Sean Pratt, who used to date Geordie Shore babe Zahida Allen, has shared a controversial conspiracy theory with his followers, claiming that coronavirus is being used by those in power around the globe to control populations.

The Ex On The Beach contestant took to his Instagram Story on Friday to tell fans he believes Prime Minister Boris Johnson does not have coronavirus despite official statements from Number 10 and a personal video message from the leader of the nation stating otherwise.

Sharing his conspiracy theory, Sean said: "I have landed back in the UK and the first thing that I hear is that Boris Johnson has got coronavirus… same as Prince Charles.

"I don't know if anyone else thinks this but I think it is all bull****.

"I think it is bull***. I think it is all scare tactics.

"If you look at the bigger picture I genuinely think this is manmade I do, I really do.

"If you look at the bigger picture the virus is killing mainly elderly and already ill people who are the people who cost the government and the world the most, with healthcare and the NHS… all around the world."

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The influencer continued: "And it is decreasing the population and pollution.

"The economy had dropped now but it will roar again but they won't tell you that.

"Any way Boris Johnson hasn't got it and if he has he is the same as everyone else. We all have got it."

In a video posted to his official Twitter account on Friday morning, Johnson, 55, confirmed he has tested positive for Covid-19 and is displaying symptoms.

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The PM said: "I'm working from home and self-isolating and that's entirely the right thing to do.

"But, be in no doubt that I can continue, thanks to the wizardry of modern technology, to communicate with all my top team to lead the national fight-back against coronavirus.

"I want to thank everybody involved and, of course, our amazing NHS staff.

"So thank you to everybody who's doing what I'm doing, working from home to stop the spread of the virus from household to household. That's the way we're going to win."

The Health Secretary Matt Hancock has also tested positive for the virus and the government's Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty has begun to display symptoms and is self-isolating.

The UK is currently in lockdown in a bid to stop the spread coronavirus and to ease pressure on the NHS.

At the time of publication, 769 people have tragically died from Covid-19 across the country.

Official statistics show that 11,658 people in the UK have contracted the illness.

However, due to limited testing it is possible the actual figure is much higher.

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