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Emmerdale’s Jurell Carter links to satanic conspiracies on Instagram

Jurell has played Nate Robinson on Emmerdale for two years (Picture: REX/ITV)

Emmerdale actor Jurell Carter has linked to an account on Instagram that shares conspiracy theory posts regarding satanism in Hollywood and the coronavirus pandemic.

Jurell, who has played Nate Robinson on Emmerdale since 2019, spoke out earlier this year with his controversial views on the coronavirus vaccine, describing it as ‘experimental’ and saying that people are being ‘demonised’ for not wanting it.

His remarks came out around the same time that it emerged that Emmerdale’s Eric Pollard (Chris Chittell) was to be vaccinated on the drama, becoming the first soap character in the UK to receive the Covid-19 vaccination.

Over the past several hours, Jurell has shared several posts on his Instagram Story, one of which linked to an Instagram account that has made outlandish claims about satanic practices among celebrities in Hollywood and spread dangerous falsehoods about the Covid-19 pandemic.

Another post shared on his Story prompted an Instagram user to send him a DM calling him an ‘anti-vaxxer’.

Sharing a screenshot of the message on his Instagram Story, the actor wrote: ‘Again with the anti vaxing labels [sic],’ alongside a snoring emoji, before adding: ‘Also trolls stop hiding behind these profiles you clowns.’

The actor previously voiced his views on the Covid-19 vaccine (Picture: Ken McKay/ITV/REX)

In February this year, the actor shared a post on his Instagram Story in which he said that people encouraging others to have the vaccine were ‘the blind leading the blind’, according to The Sun.

In a screenshot of the post obtained by the publication, he wrote: ‘If you wanna take this EXPERIMENTAL vaccine, go ahead but don’t start pushing people to take it or start promoting it.

‘I’m even seeing others demonising others for not wanting it.

‘Your body, your decision, my body, my decision. The blind leading the blind. And I’m not here for it.’

On the website for the NHS, it says that the Covid-19 vaccine ‘is safe and effective’ and ‘gives you the best protection against coronavirus’.

The vaccine is currently being offered to people who are post at risk from the virus, including individuals aged over 50, those deemed clinically extremely vulnerable and people who work in care homes.

ITV declined to comment when contacted by Metro.co.uk.

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