Martha Stewart says that Antoni Porowski made the most serious mistake in social networks

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According to Martha Stewart, Antoni Porowski made a big mistake on social media. Antoni, the food expert in Weird eyeHe reportedly angered Martha Stewart last Tuesday when he didn't tag her in the photo with his dogs and another with his horse.

Porowski, 35, captioned a photo that said "with my clique at the Christmas party," and captioned another that said "socialize at Christmas parties." In response, Martha took his account and pointed out his faux-pas social networks.

Afterwards, Porowski placed the photos once more, but he also apologized to her in her Instagram story. This is not the first time that Martha Stewart is back in the headlines this year.

During a public appearance last month, Martha Stewart mocked Felicity Huffman after his imprisonment in the university admission scandal. Paparazzi took a picture of Felicity Huffman in her prison suit after she was sentenced to two weeks in the big house.

Martha Stewart scoffed at the star's outfit and declared that "she seemed a bit scruffy." What made Martha's comment particularly prominent was the fact that she was also imprisoned once in the past. The star was convicted on charges of insider trading and subsequently sent to jail.

She also wrote a book about that. Marta is often mentioned along with her prison sentence. In fact, earlier this year, during Tekashi 6ix9ine's testimony in which he was helping federal prosecutors condemn two of his former associates, online fans began comparing Martha to Tekashi.

On Twitter, social media users joked that Martha Stewart, ironically, had more credibility or "street credibility,quot; than Tekashi 6ix9ine, who worked with the police to put his former associates behind bars.

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As previously reported, Martha Stewart was sent to prison after her conviction in March 2004 for serious crimes of conspiracy, obstruction of an agency's procedure and lying to federal authorities. Martha served a five-month prison sentence at a federal prison.


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