Coronation Avenue stars have been preventing over charging followers for video messages.
Sally Ann Matthews and Simon Gregson’s spouse Emma Gleave clashed over whether or not stars ought to cost followers for autographs.
Their spat performed out on Twitter for everybody to see earlier than their messages had been deleted from social media.
Sally, who is called Jenny Bradley on the cobbles, upheld her opinion followers ought to by no means be charged for autographs.
The actress, 49, identified followers should not pay for video messages both – one thing her co-star Simon’s spouse Emma learn as an assault on her husband.
She mentioned: “We do them [autographs] totally free. You must by no means pay for an autograph (or a video message come to that) x.”
Her co-star Simon’s spouse Emma lashed out as she accused Sally of disapproving of her husband charging £30 for video greeting messages.
In a stinging jibe, she made a chopping remark laced with sarcasm about “sticking collectively along with your work colleagues”.
She added: “Wow!!!! Nothing like sticking collectively along with your work colleagues!”
The Mirror has approached Sally Ann Matthews and Simon Gregson’s representatives for additional remark.
However Simon is not the one Coronation Street star cashing in on followers.
Corrie star William Roache, 88, has been charging followers for “digital hugs” at £35.
Final 12 months at Christmas time, Jack P. Shepherd was charging followers £three at a meet-and-greet which included a selfie and an autograph.
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