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Mrs Hinch Left in Tears as Online Trolls Target Her Baby

Mrs Hinch Left in Tears as Online Trolls Target Her Baby

Online trolls are an on-going problem in social media and causing a mass increase in mental health issues as Little Mix’s, Jesy Nelson, explained the dangerous effect they have on people in her recent documentary ‘Odd One Out’.

 

 

But just to add to the never ending lest of people attacked by these bullies, Mrs Hinch’s 3-month-old baby has become the latest victim to online abuse.

 

Looks like evil has no age limits as Mrs Hinch broke down in tears on her Instagram story as she explained that Baby Ronnie had been attacked by online trolls on her account.

 

In utter bewilderment, the heartbroken cleaning sensation sobbed as she tried to get her head around the harrowing act. ‘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 lie that. I clean my house, 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’

 

Mrs Hinch is not new to becoming a victim to online bullying as she was recently scrutinised earlier in the year for her growing opportunities. She took it so badly that TV Celeb, Stacey Solomon swooped in and befriended the Cleaning influencer, guiding her through being in the public eye.

 

‘When women support other women, amazing things happen.I’ll be honest guys, having fallen into the public eye somehow & becoming a new mum, I’ve done my absolute best, but it’s been hard.’ Mrs Hinch posted on her Instagram feed.

 

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When women support other women amazing things happen .. 💗 I’ll be honest guys , having fallen into the public eye somehow & becoming a new mum , I’ve done my absolute best but its been hard . Now I know I am SO lucky and so blessed to have my Instagram platform & my Hinchers , but Instagram & “fame” really does have its low points. I’ve been trolled , followed in my car by journalists , paparazzi waiting outside my house , false information printed about me and worst of all I’ve had my family and my baby pulled apart, and for what? I don’t get it! I’m simply living my life at home .. cleaning! I would never want to hurt anyone so I find it hard to understand why people would want to hurt me. It can be scary out there guys & I noticed I was starting to feel nervous about leaving the house , even to go food shopping, or pop to the petrol station. Daily things that I never used to think twice about doing. If I see the petrol gauge is low or the fridge needs refilling I get a knot in my stomach knowing I need to go out so Ive felt myself falling into a dark place. But .. one day I received a message from this amazing woman, simply asking me if I’m ok. It’s like she just knew I wasn’t. Even though I hadn’t made this apparent to anyone. I found myself pouring my heart out to her by message (🙈) asking how she handles the public eye with a newborn. And what she said to me was “ right I’m coming round for a cuppa!” A cuppa ?! I couldn’t believe it! Stacey Solomon in my house? Ive followed Stacey since her X factor days so to me I was having a celeb round and I felt nervous! But Stacey, like me , is just a normal person and a mum simply trying to do her best in life. She turned up at my house with her beautiful baby Rex in one arm & McDonald’s in the other for us both! And I just felt myself wanting to cry. A mix of emotions I can’t even explain. We sat down , we ate junk food , fed our babies & talked .. talked for hours and I can honestly say I feel like a huge weight has been lifted and I’m ready to face this public eye! Trolls n all! So Stacey im forever grateful to you , all the best darling and I can’t wait for next time ❤️ #womensupportingwomen

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‘I’ve been trolled, followed in my car by journalists, paparazzi waiting outside my house, false information printed about me and worst of all I’ve had my family and my baby pulled apart, and for what? I don’t get it! I’m simply living my life at home. Cleaning! I would never want to hurt anyone so I find it hard to understand why people would want to hurt me.’

 

‘But one day I received a message from this amazing woman, simply asking me if I’m ok. It’s like she just knew I wasn’t.’

 

Online Trolling is becoming creasing worse across the globe, not just for celebs in the public eye but even more so regular people, especially naïve school children who are being affected everyday by bullying and online abuse. Resulting in a rise in teenage suicide.

 

It’s the brutal reality we live in and it’s sickening to think there is no age limit to the abuse. When will this online hatred end?

 

 

As Mrs Hinch posted, quite rightly, ‘Maybe you should just unfollow and go and be happy.’

 

Melissa Bowker
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