By J. Peterson For Daily Mail Australia
00:57 16 Jun 2023, updated 02:09 16 Jun 2023
Fitness influencer Sophie Guidolin was forced to remove a post from her Instagram Stories after revealing far more than she intended to.
The 34-year-old was called out by influencer watchdog Dutch Minty after sharing a photo of her laptop, which revealed confidential details about another person.
An email address, cover letter and employment history of a prospective hire for Sophie’s company was clearly visible on the screen in the photo she shared.
Commenting on the debacle, Minty wrote: ‘That’s what I love in a boss! Someone who will share my email address, cover letter and previous place of employment.’
Sophie quickly deleted the photo before reuploading it with all the confidential details scrubbed out.
The fitness queen isn’t the only influencer to share too much on social media this week.
Lily Brown, who boasts almost 340,000 Instagram followers, was called out after accidentally revealing the names and addresses of her customers in a public post.
The fashion influencer was celebrating a string of sales from her sleepwear line Chillé when she made the error.
Sharing an image of customer receipts to Instagram, she wrote: ‘First night of the sale has been huge!’
She continued: ‘Thank you all so much for the support, aiming to get orders out today and tomorrow. Wish me luck!’
Unfortunately, the 25-year-old forgot to blur out the names and addresses on the receipts.
After being called out for the mistake, she quickly deleted the post – but not before it was captured by Dutch Minty.