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Sam Frost’s subtle dig at Home and Away after quitting show

After announcing her departure from Home and Away a little over a month ago, Sam Frost has made a subtle jab at her former workplace.

Former Bachelorette Sam appears to have put her four-year time on the long-running TV soap behind her, with all of her scenes as Jasmine Delaney filmed back in December.

The 32-year-old, who debuted as nurse Jasmine on Home and Away in 2017, published an Instagram post from the satirical news site The Betoota Advocate on Friday, mocking the show’s dramatic storylines.

“Home and Away writer sacked for not meeting one car crash scenario every season quota,” the fake title joked.

Summer Bay, the imaginary beach town, does have an extremely high rate of automobile collisions, explosions, and other tragedies, especially as the season draws to a close.

And, with nearly 400 episodes under her belt, Sam has been a part of a number of bizarre plotlines — after all, her character Jasmine was involved in a car accident in her very first episode.

When Sam shared the photo to her Instagram Stories, she remarked, “The caption really made me chuckle.”

It comes after a source stated that Sam wants to go back to Melbourne from Sydney, where Home and Away is filmed, to be closer to her family.

“Those close to her believe she’s going to retire from acting,” the insider stated.

“Sam kind of slipped into it… it’s not a huge passion for him.”

Sam will instead concentrate on her work in the “health and wellbeing” area, according to the source. Sam claimed she’d written a book called Believe about her ‘personal experience’ with mental health shortly after her departure from the drama was announced.When Sam shared the photo to her Instagram Stories, she remarked, “The caption really made me chuckle.”

It comes after a source stated that Sam wants to go back to Melbourne from Sydney, where Home and Away is filmed, to be closer to her family.

“Those close to her believe she’s going to retire from acting,” the insider stated.

“Sam kind of slipped into it… it’s not a huge passion for him.”

Sam will instead concentrate on her work in the “health and wellbeing” area, according to the source. Sam claimed she’d written a book called Believe about her ‘personal experience’ with mental health shortly after her departure from the drama was announced.

“This is my personal narrative. One that I am quite proud to present. It’s about discovering strength, courage, resilience, and hope while learning life’s most important lessons.”

She founded and directs the mental health initiative ‘Believe by Sam Frost’, which she founded in 2015.

Sam announced she would be taking a vacation from television after causing controversy with a video regarding the Covid vaccine, stating that she would be written out ‘temporarily’ until after a’medical operation’ in January.

However, on December 16, a network official revealed that she had permanently left the company. Sam is said to have filmed her farewell scenes as Jasmine the next day, although it’s unclear how she’ll be written out or when her final episodes will air.

‘I’m not interested in getting vaccinated.’

Sam made waves in October after revealing her contentious Covid-19 immunisation position in a sad Instagram post.

In the now-deleted video, Sam acknowledged to not being vaccinated and talked about feeling “less of a human” as a result of “severe judgement” from society in the run-up to NSW’s ‘Freedom Day.’

She called the treatment of unvaccinated persons “segregation,” especially when it came to the state’s continuous limitations.

“I was really worried about doing a video or even speaking up about this sort of issue,” she explained, “but I feel like the world is coming to a stage today where there is a lot of segregation.”

“There’s a lot of harsh judgement and opinions being tossed around a lot, and it’s taking a toll on my mental health for sure,” she continued, “and I know people around me are struggling, particularly if they’re on the side of not wanting to get vaccinated for whatever reason.”

Sam revealed that she had discussed her decision to skip the vaccine with her doctor and psychotherapist, but she kept her reasoning to herself.

“It’s a really difficult moment to be in society right now,” she added, “and you feel like you’re less of a human and that people criticise you.”

“And you’re afraid to express your thoughts or sentiments, and a part of you wants to scream, ‘Well, it’s none of your damn business why I’m not!’

“It’ll be a very difficult moment when vaccinated people are let out to do things and go to restaurants because I’ve made a decision.”

Sarah Carty contributed additional reporting.

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