Mia Roston | Mia Roston's family warns against fake accounts on social media

Mia Roston |  Mia Roston's family warns against fake accounts on social media

Mia Rusten's family is warning of a fake Instagram account claiming to raise money for a seriously injured road racer.

The account is now supposed to be deleted, but it was deleted earlier on Tuesday.

She's on the job On Rustin's official Facebook page This reference is made to the account to be created.

“Someone is pretending to be Mia and me on a fake Instagram account, asking for money to help Mia get back on her feet. Such inquiries are not real,” wrote road racer Suneva's older sister in the message.

The team manager reacts

It also requests assistance in reporting the user in question.

Team manager Maddy Patterson also took to social media to warn about the fake account.

– I can't believe I have to do this. It's a fake account pretending to be Mia. They ask for money. Please do not send money to this account. Mia's family has given us an update. Leave them alone now. This is simply sick, you write on the X.

Mia Rusten recently rolled down the Messona circuit in Italy in the first ever Women's Road Racing World Championship race. Following the accident, she was placed in an artificial coma and underwent surgery to avoid increased pressure in her head.

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He flew home to Norway

At the weekend, Rusten was airlifted to his home in Norway and admitted to Ulleval Hospital.

“Mia Rosten, who was injured during the Women's Road Race World Championships, has now returned to Norway. She has been admitted to the OUS with the neurosurgeon. She is still breathing with the help of a ventilator, and has remained asleep during the transfer. The Norwegian doctors are now reviewing the information they received from Italy They examine Mia, then decide what to do next. “In cooperation with the family, a plan will be drawn up for the coming days,” family spokesman Dr. Kari Lovestaken told NTB on Sunday.

(© NTB)

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