Georgia Toffolo in tears and begging for help as she's detained in Maldives

Poor Georgia Toffolo is stranded in a Maldives airport after being denied entry for her Christmas break due to a ‘damaged passport’.

The Made In Chelsea star took to her Instagram in tears on Sunday, revealing she wasn’t allowed to leave the airport to find a British consulate, but authorities were also denying her a flight home.

According to the star, she faced a four-day wait in order to get a flight home during the debacle, saying she was being forced to spend time in a detention centre.

In clips uploaded to her Instagram Stories, the I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out Of Here! 2017 winner was a little peeved, but in alright spirits as she first filmed herself walking through the terminal saying she was effectively ‘being deported’ back to the UK.

Her happy demeanour soon turned to tears and frustration as she begged her followers for advice on obtaining an emergency passport in one day, in the hopes she would be able to make her Christmas plans in time for 25 December.

‘My passport was damaged and I’m now being effectively deported back to London so any tips on how to get an emergency passport because I am not spending Christmas on my own in London,’ she said to the camera, adding it was an ‘absolute shocker’.

With the nearest consulate in Colombo, Toff added: ‘I’m trying to hold it together, but I’ve been here for hours and hours and hours, I’m not allowed to leave the airport on any flight but I’m also not allowed to go into the Maldives so I don’t know what to do.’

She said in between sobs: ‘I’m so upset, I’ve tried so hard to get in touch with any British representatives here. I just don’t know what to do, I’m looking at four days in a centre until the next flight that will be willing to take me home.

‘Can someone help me?

‘It’s a really horrible situation where you can’t go but I can’t leave the airport.’

The star filmed her flight from London to Zurich, before getting on a smaller plane to Male airport in the Maldives, as she continued to document her debacle – with her passport removed, but permission to continue using her phone.

As she was escorted from the airport to a holding centre, she said: ‘I find it really horrible. I’ve asked to speak to a British consulate so many times and they’ve said no.

‘Now I’m not allowed back in the departures terminal, it’s so bad, I don’t know how this is even legal.’

The star – who is chummy with Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s father Stanley – also took to Twitter to write she was scared: ‘I have been detained at Male airport for a page missing on my passport. I am very scared I don’t know what else to do I have been here for hours.’

As her fans rallied together, Toff was put in touch with the British Ambassador to Maldives, Caron Rohsler, who wrote: ‘Consular assistance is being provided & I am confident you will soon be enjoying all the delights that Maldives has to offer. PM me if you need more info.’

Toff then responded saying she had DM’d, with the pair now messaging.

It’s not known the extent of ‘damage’ to Toff’s passport, however it’s considered water damage, substantial tears, missing visa pages or rips and markings on your bio page – the one with your photo and information – could be considered enough to be rejected by officials, going further than general ‘wear and tear’. contacted Georgia’s reps for comment.

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