Emmerdale’s Mark Jordon rages as he uncovers ‘strange person’ pretending to be his manager
Mark Jordon has used Instagram to alert users to a fake account purporting to be his manager.
The 58-year-old asked his 17,0000 followers to ignore the “fake bull****” being spread by the individual.
Over the course of two postings yesterday, the Emmerdale actor shared screenshots of the offending user and made his emotions about them quite obvious.
They were labeled “dangerous and fake” by the former Heartbeat regular, who urged others to report them.
Mark also provided an illustration of the type of message the account had sent to unwitting victims.
The @officialnicolewilliamspage_ page in question appeared to have been set to private with only six posts and 836 followers before it was ostensibly deleted.
Mark began, “This extremely unusual person is posing as my business manager.
“She is not, and I have none, but I find it upsetting that she plans to make friends with people using my name.
“Cautionary and fake. Please report instead of engaging.
“This is what she’s sending. Please, please, don’t fall for her fake BS,” Mark concluded. I’m grateful.
“Hello dear, thanks for your support and love for Mark Jordan, we really appreciate you,” the accompanying image of a message stated.
“I’m Nicolle Williams, Mark Jordan’s personal manager, and I work with him.
He requested that I contact you. He was browsing through his remarks when he came upon your profile.
I will be happy to hear from you, it said, before the screen capture ended.
Amy Walsh, Mark’s former Emmerdale co-star, immediately replied with the message: “Omg so disturbing!”(sic)
Mark Jordon’s representative has been approached by Express.co.uk for comment.
Mark is known for enjoying computer games. Daz Spencer in the aforementioned ITV soap opera and Phil Bellamy in Heartbeat.
He is engaged to Laura Norton, a 39-year-old actress from Emmerdale, and the couple has two kids together. His union to the actress Siobhan Finneran produced two elder children for him.