Mrs Hinch Breaks Down In Tears After Vile Online Troll Calls Her Baby ‘Ugly’
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We don't need to tell you how bad the online trolling has got in recent years. Just take a look at Jesy Nelson's harrowing documentary released last week and its clear to see...
But just in case you needed more evidence, Internet cleaning sensation Mrs Hinch has shockingly revealed that online bullies are not only verbally attacking her, but also her three-month-old baby. Yep, it's really come to this.
Taking to her personal profile, the Instagram celeb, 29, broke down in tears as she revealed one vile bully had sent her messages branding her son Ronnie "ugly as f*ck".
Mrs Hinch - whose real name is Sophie Hinchcliffe - emotionally sobbed: "Maybe I was stupid to think that no one would ever be so nasty about a baby, like who does that?
"I don't know what I've done so wrong to get stuff like that. I clean my house and no one else's. I earn some money from my Instagram.
"I buy cleaning products, I clean. I'm not hurting anyone. No one deserves stuff like that. It's just an innocent little baby, my little boy. I don't know how people like that sleep, guys, I don't."
Sadly, this isn't the first time Sophie has had to plead with trolls to leave her alone.
Earlier this year, she shared a video from her bed, in which she told trolls there was "no need" to "pull [her] apart" at every opportunity.
She went on: "Maybe you should just unfollow and go and be happy.
"Sometimes when you feel you get days when you feel more horrible than others and I think today is one of those days.
"I know people are entitled to their own opinions but there is no need for someone to pull someone else apart.'"
Unfortunately, celebs seem to be being attacked from every angle recently, with India Reynolds also receiving horrendous abuse amid false rumours she cheated on Love Island co-star Ovie Soko and Molly-Mae Hague being trolled so brutally she was forced to go on social media lockdown after leaving the ITV villa this summer.
It's a brutal reality that we need to tackle, and it's only getting worse.
But whatever you might think of Mrs Hinch, let's agree to leave her three month old child out of it, shall we?