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Emily Atack Reveals Hundreds Of People Sexually Harass Her Every Day

Emily Atack Reveals Hundreds Of People Sexually Harass Her Every Day

The Inbetweeners star said she has feared for her safety as a result of the vile messages she receives.

Joanna Freedman

Joanna Freedman

Emily Atack has revealed she receives hundreds of messages from vile trolls, sexually harassing her a day.

In an interview for UNILAD's 13 Minutes With series, the Inbetweeners actress, 31, said that she has even been left fearing for her safety as a result of some of the DMs she has been sent.

Some of the messages were from men claiming to know where she lives and following her home.

When asked how many sexual messages she receives, Emily said: "I receive, on a daily basis... oh, I mean, it's hundreds, hundreds. I receive hundreds of messages."

The star went on to read out some of the messages she has been sent by strangers on the internet.

"I've never said these out loud," she said. "It's quite daunting sort of saying them on camera."

One read: "'Let daddy make you c*m like the filthy sl*t you are, let me impregnate you, you filthy c*m whore. I know that you're a filthy c*m slut, I know what you like.'"

"Oh, this is an interesting one," she said as she came across another message.

"'I'm a dad of four kids, why don't you be naughty with me like you always are with everyone else and let this bad daddy sp*nk all over your face?'" the message said.

Emily Atack has opened up on the vile messages she receives (
Youtube/ LADBible TV)

"I worked out the other day, before 10am, I'd seen three penises that I hadn't asked to see - three c**k shots that had been sent through," she said.

"If I'd walked out into the street to get a coffee and three men had flashed me on the way, I'd be in pieces, I'd be traumatised.

"But there is honestly something about when it is online, and I hate to admit this, I've become so used to it, I just kind of go, 'Oh, for f**k's sake, ah, God, urgh.'

"And when I get these messages, I do always look on their profile to see what - I'm intrigued to see what sort of person they would be, what life they have.

"Sometimes it's completely anonymous, no photo, and they've obviously just created an account to just say all these awful things to God knows how many poor women.

"It goes from teenage boys, to middle-aged men, to really old men, old, single men that are probably desperately lonely, and older men, who are married with children, and they have daughters in their profile pictures."

Emily Atack said she felt scared for her own safety because of trolls (
Youtube/ LADBible TV)

"The horrible thing about it is that nobody is around to say to the person, 'Oi! Don't f***ing do that, that's horrific,'" she said.

"It's just, they're allowed to just do it and I'm subjected to it, on my own, in my home. I don't have a partner, I'm by myself, and it does make me feel scared to live on my own."

Discussing one particularly harrowing incident that had taken place, she said: "Recently, a guy actually followed me home. I was walking home from the pub, and it wasn't even late, it was probably about nine o'clock or something, so it was dark.

"And he's riding up next to me on his bike and he's, like, 'I recognise you.'

"He was just saying all these things in my ear, like saying, 'I know what you like, I know what sort of girl you are, you f***ing love being single,' and 'let me show you what I can do to you, let me show you what a good time I can give you.'

"So I have that man on the bike, in my ear, but just constantly online."

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Topics: Emily Atack, Celebrity News