She’s stepped into serious doo-doo with this viral video.
A Spanish influencer has been slammed online after she uploaded footage of herself laughing while her father’s housekeeper picked up dog feces.
Gloria Camilla Ortega, 27, shared the video earlier this week before it was quickly taken down in the wake of widespread backlash.
The clip shows Ortega — who is the daughter of Spanish bullfighter José Ortega Cano and the late singer Rocío Jurado — walking one of her pet dogs while out with housekeeper, Marina.
In the footage, Ortega is seen instructing the paid employee to pick up the pooch’s poop.
“How does it feel Marina?” Ortega asks as the housekeeper crouches down to pick up the excrement.
“A bit warm,” Marina responds.
“Very good,” the influencer subsequently states as she tells the housekeeper that there are two more pieces of poop to collect.
Ortega, who boasts 840,000 Instagram followers, can then be heard chuckling before the camera cuts out.
The clip was panned online, with critics calling Ortega “vile,” “narcissistic” and “trashy.”
But despite removing the clip, the influencer subsequently responded hitting out at her haters and insisting that she was simply misunderstood.
“I am beginning to find your comments about Marina unbearable,” Ortega wrote in Spanish in an Instagram post shared on Thursday.
The brunette then dismissed claims she was “classist,” claiming it was critics who were actually looking down at Marina.
“The first classists are you,” she declared. “If I had done it with another person, friend or someone who did not ‘work for my father’ you would have taken it differently.”
Ortega then alleged that she treats Marina much the same as she does a loved friend, saying the pair often joke together and she was in no way degrading the housekeeper.
“Marina is much more than an ’employee,’” she declared. “Marina is family, Marina is love, Marina is joy, she is my handkerchief, and she is like a second mother to me and I love her very much. And only those who know us know that.”
Ortega’s own mother passed away in 2006 following a battle with cancer.
Ortega accompanied her writing with photos of herself and Marina, posing together with smiles on their faces.
Some supporters left messages encouraging Ortega to pay the haters no mind.
“Criticism only comes from frustrated people, in a few years you will regret giving them so much power over,” one declared.
Another stated, “People are very bored. Those of us who follow you know that Marina is a part of your family.”