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Home and Away star Tammin Sursok buys bulletproof backpacks for her daughters after Nashville shooting: ‘This is not okay’

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Following the recent school shooting in Nashville, Tammin Sursok bought bulletproof backpacks for her two girls.

The 39-year-old actress uploaded a picture of the purple and white “Atomic Defense” backpacks she purchased to Instagram on Wednesday and added a somber caption.

purchased two. This is unacceptable. Every school should have guards and bulletproof glass if the US government was serious about defending children, she wrote.

She also mentioned that the Covenant School killing on Monday resulted in a lockdown at her daughter Phoenix’s school, and she described the incident as heartbreaking.

“Today I received a call that, despite living in the USA, I never imagined would occur. Lockdown was in effect at my daughter’s school. The worst nightmare for a parent, she noted.

The Nashville-based celebrity also uploaded a photo of herself hugging her child and stated that in order to stop further school killings, the US government must change its gun laws.

It follows Tammin’s admission that her nine-year-old daughter Phoenix was involved in the horrific school killing that has shocked Nashville, Tennessee, residents.

Three children are among the six people who died after a transgender female shooter opened fire at a primary school operated by a church on Monday morning.

After the attack, Tammin McEwen disclosed that her oldest child’s school was on lockdown. She resides in Nashville with her husband Sean McEwen and their two daughters.

‘Bought two. This is not okay. If the US government was serious about protecting kids then every school should have guards and bulletproof glass,’ she wrote

There has been an active shooter at one of the schools in Nashville, the Home And Away actress announced in an Instagram video of herself sobbing as she paces in her kitchen. My daughter’s school is nearby. She is healthy and is in lockdown.

In America, where school shootings are a common occurrence, she said the incident struck “too close to home” for many parents.

‘I can’t believe this continues happening, and I know many other mothers are writhing in complete hysteria right now. She sobbed, “And you always think it’s not going to happen to you.”

A few hours later, she posted a moving essay pleading with American legislators to change gun control laws in order to permanently put a stop to mass shootings.

“Our neighborhood in Nashville is in disbelief.” She said, “My thoughts and prayers are with the families experiencing this unfathomable catastrophe.

Tammin, who lives in Nashville with husband Sean McEwen and their two daughters, revealed after the attack that her eldest child’s school was in lockdown.

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