Just a few weeks ago, Laura Müller landed a big advertising deal for baby car seats as an expectant mother. Then a documentary about her and her husband Michael Wendler should appear. Both were canceled – a group of Internet activists claim to be responsible.
Things have not been going well for “the Wendlers” for some time, but recently things have been going particularly badly. ”
‘ wants to know who is behind the misery (besides the couple themselves, of course). On the social media channels, a group that calls itself the “Wendler Guard” operates
several accounts that make fun of the denounced pop singer Michael Wendler (50) and his pregnant wife Laura Müller (22).
“We are a group of like-minded people who want to uncover Michael and Laura Wendler’s machinations with heart, humor and hard facts,” one of the anti-Wendler fans is quoted as saying by “Bild.de”. “We monitor wherever Mr. Wendler or Laura appear in public. Two other advertising cooperations by Laura were also canceled by our information to the companies.
“Michael Wendler, with all his criminal energy, is a no-go for us”
They are said to have been the ones who broke the controversial documentary before it was broadcast. The online activists wrote to celebrities and generated enough publicity that the broadcaster finally gave in. “Michael Wendler, with all his criminal energy, is a no-go for us. He can’t compose or write sheet music, but he’s good at excluding people who worked for him or who don’t pay their bills. We want through ours work to produce some justice for its victims.”
It goes on to say: “Wendler’s political statements don’t work at all! We have saved all posts from Wendler’s Telegram channel, which by the way is still active and only set to private.
However, there is no evidence that they were actually significantly involved in the latest Wendler scandal.
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