These 4 Jewish sisters were all Instagram stars — until the internet found out their mom is Pamela Geller

Lior Zaltzman

From left to right: Jackie Oshry, Claudia Oshry and Olivia Oshry at the Beautycon Festival in New York, May 20, 2017. (Kris Connor/Getty Images for Beautycon)

(JTA) — The four Jewish Oshry sisters, who have all gained internet fame through their various curated social media accounts, are facing a public reckoning for a surprising reason: the identity of their mother.

The most famous of the four is eldest sister Claudia Oshry Soffer, who runs the Girl With No Job Instagram. Claudia, who fills the account with funny memes and ramblings, has built a following of almost 3 million Instagram users. Claudia and younger sister Jackie star in a popular YouTube and Facebook Live show called “The Morning Breath,” which has been shared by the likes of Kim Kardashian and is overseen by their other sister Olivia, who has a substantial Instagram following of her own. Margo Oshry runs a food-focused Instagram with over 100,000 followers.

Yet all of that could come crashing down after a Feb. 28 article in The Daily Beast revealed their mother was none other than Pamela Geller, an activist known for her anti-Muslim opinions and writings. Geller, a diehard Trump supporter, is perhaps best known for her fierce public opposition to the construction of a mosque near the site of the 9/11 memorial. She was banned from entering England in 2013 after the country said her presence would not be “conducive to the public good.”

The sisters never acknowledged their mother by name in any of their social media postings, and she did not appear in any of the public photos from Claudia’s wedding, or in the “Say Yes to the Dress” episode Claudia was featured in.

But the Daily Beast article also unearthed seemingly anti-Muslim tweets from the sisters, most of which date back at least three years. In one, Claudia calls former President Barack Obama a Muslim.

The sisters have since publicly apologized and disassociated themselves from their mother. In a statement to The Daily Beast, Claudia wrote that their “views are separate from our mother’s” and that the four sisters are not “anti-Muslim or anti-anyone.”

She also posted the following teary apology to Instagram:

However, the damage has already been done. Claudia and Jackie’s show was cancelled by Verizon’s subsidiary company Oath after the publication of the article.  Claudia also cancelled a comedy show at the Caroline’s comedy club in New York.

Some things you just can’t hide from the internet for long.