Celebrity Big Brother’s Megan McKenna reveals nightmare of “nasty and spiteful” trolling

One person even phoned her at home to shout abuse down the line

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Celebrity Big Brother star Megan McKenna has revealed the impact vile internet trolls have had on her life.

The former TOWIE regular is going to be stripping off this week for a charity performance of The Full Monty.

But the 25-year-old has said she has a fear of getting naked in public as she receives so much abuse on the internet over her appearance.

She told The Sun: “I’ve been told I have the body of a 10-year-old boy, which is nasty and spiteful.

“People say things like, ‘This girl has such small [breasts], she should get a boob job.’

“About a year ago a young boy managed to get hold of my phone number and he called up when I was home alone and started shouting ‘pancake [breasts]’ over and over again.”

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Megan revealed trolls have also made cruel comments about her face and lips, after she admitted she had used lip fillers.

But she denied having a nose job, despite trolls constantly claiming she has.

Thankfully Megan can rely on her boyfriend – Love Island star “Muggy” Mike Thalassitis – to boost her confidence.

She revealed that despite her nerves over getting naked and the fact she’d never sunbathe topless, she is comfortable stripping off in front of him and he makes her feel “sexy”.

Megan will be one of eight celebs performing a striptease to raise awareness of breast cancer during The Real Full Monty: Ladies Night on Thursday on ITV.

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Others daring to bare include Loose Women’s Coleen Nolan, 53, whose sister Bernie died of breast cancer and sister Linda has been diagnosed with secondary breast cancer.

Liberty X singer Michelle Heaton, 38, who had a preventative double mastectomy, will also be among the celebs taking part in the charity event.

Megan is one of eight celebrities stripping off for charity (Credit: ITV)

The show will also mark 20 years since The Calendar Girls stripped off and posed for their iconic calendar.

It will air the day after the men’s event, where eight men will re-enact the famous 1997 film live to raise awareness for prostate and testicular cancer.

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Presenter Jeff Brazier, 38, chef Ainsley Harriott, 61, and The Wanted’s Tom Parker, 29 are some of the stars doing their best Chippendale impression for charity.

The Real Full Monty: Ladies’ Night is on Thursday at 9pm on ITV.

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