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'Southern Charm' Star Kathryn Dennis & Costars Dragged For Going Out During Coronavirus Outbreak

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By Ryan Naumann

"Southern Charm" star Kathryn Dennis and her costars are being trashed for being out during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Kathryn was spotted in a photo posted by her costar Austen Kroll on Instagram. Kroll captioned the post, “Craig gave us crabs.”

The two were joined by Austen’s girlfriend Madison Lecroy, fellow costar Craig Conover and another woman. The group was hanging out at Red’s Ice House in Mt Pleasant, South Carolina, which is a seafood & pub grub.

In the snap, the group is standing at the restaurant bar closely next to each other. The restaurant looks packed behind them despite Coronavirus concerns. The friends are using their hands to eat crabs together.

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Fans were disgusted by the group being out without a care in the world. One wrote, “GO HOME! I cannot believe you all are still going out like nothing is wrong.”

Austen replied, “look, tbh, we all knew we’d catch heat for this picture. But it’s kind of a last supper so to speak. SC is imposing laws tomorrow evening, and our beloved show is feeling it, the repercussions, as they should, as well. Everyone stay safe!”

Another fan wrote,“Y’all about to catch Corona for free” and “Hmmmmm… doesn’t really look like social distancing to me!!!” Austen quickly disabled comments on the post.

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Interesting to note, Kathryn was spotted out with her on-again off-again baby daddy Thomas Ravenel. Earlier this year, Kathryn was spotted with Thomas at a friend’s birthday party. The reunion was odd given them battling it out in court for years.

The two were involved in a custody fight over their kids Kensie and Saint. During the battle, they both hurled nasty accusations against the other. He accused her of abusing drugs and buying pills from producers. She accused him of being a drunk and hypocrite.

Thomas and Kathryn were able to reach a settlement in the legal battle.

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