Hollywood was not spared by the novel coronavirus but some celebrities have been reported to breach quarantine rules and other COVID-19 regulations.


Kanye West was reportedly out-and-about in London last week despite the U.K.'s ongoing battle against the novel coronavirus.

It was further revealed that West was reported to the police following the sightings due to his alleged failure to go on self-quarantine for 14 days after arriving in the country.

A police statement reportedly said that authorities confirmed they were informed about "a possible breach of quarantine legislation." The statement reportedly added that West will not be interrogated for potentially breaking his supposed quarantine period.

In July, West announced that he tested positive of COVID-19 back in February. At that time, West said he said his symptoms included "chills" and "shaking in bed."


World-renowned chef and TV personality Gordon Ramsay has been accused of breaking quarantine rules after he flew in to Great Britain from the world's hardest-hit country, the United States.

Gordon was pictured 24 hours after arriving in the U.K. as he attended his son, Jack's Marines ceremony. Four days after the said event, Gordon reportedly flew back to the U.S.

Commenting on the recent issue involving West and Gordon's quick stay in the U.K., an insider said "celebrities shouldn't be let off for breaking regulations, and therefore putting others at risk."

U.K. anti-coronavirus rules require arrivals from the U.S. to self-isolate for two weeks to ensure health safety.


Music great Madonna appeared to break social distancing rules in May after she was spotted attending the birthday party of filmmaker and photographer Steven Klein.

At the said party, Madonna was seen hugging Klein and presenting him with a cake that was referred to as a "COVID cake" at one point in the livestreamed event.

Furthermore, a clip from the party showed around eight people being in close proximity despite social distancing measures announced by the government to prevent potential coronavirus transmissions.

Days before attending Klein's party, Madonna revealed that she has COVID-19 antibodies. At the time of her announcement, the award-winning singer said "I'm going to roll down the window, and I'm going to breathe in the COVID-19 air."


In July, TV personalities Kylie and Kendall Jenner were reported to have broken U.S. travel ban rules as the sisters were found spending 4th of July at the Amangiri Resort in Canyon Point Utah with a couple of friends.

The sisters also uploaded the photos on Instagram, raising concern among commentators who questioned why the Jenner sisters jetted off to Utah after the government banned non-essential travel.

In photos that have since circulated on the internet, Kylie is seen flouting the need for face masks. The Jenner sisters' friends also did not wear face masks during their stay in the resort.


In August, multiple reports emerged about celebrity power couple Justin and Hailey Bieber throwing a party at their Beverly Hills mansion that saw famous guests rejecting the use of face masks.

In photos released online, guests that included Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Jaden Smith, Winnie Harlow, and Luka Sabbat were seen gathering closely and hugging. While it appeared that the party was held outdoors, the guests did not wear face masks.

Social distancing was also a big question as Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said earlier in August that "all public and private gatherings of any number of people are prohibited" in the city.