Danielle Lloyd has slammed trolls in an emotional Instagram post following the death of former Miss Great Britain Sophie Gradon.
The Love Island star was tragically found dead on Wednesday this week, with reports that she took her own life.
As a fellow Miss GB contestant, mum-of-four Danielle felt compelled to write a post empathising with Sophie, who had suffered trolling, next to a picture of her.
Danielle, 34, wrote: “I can’t actually stop thinking about @sophiegradon as I mentioned yesterday mental illness is serious!!
“I know what it feels like to be so low and crying out for help but some people just can’t ask! I didn’t know Sophie but as a past Miss GB I can imagine the trolls she has had to deal with.
“I fear my children growing up in this world sensitive little souls I only hope that all those out there who feel down depressed or anxious can get help please call the Samaritans.”
Danielle later shared an adorable picture of her four sons saying how ‘lucky’ she was to have them.
Nine-month-old Ronnie, Danielle’s first child with Michael O’Neill, was sitting among brothers Archie, seven, Harry, six, and three-year-old George, her children with ex-husband Jamie O’Hara.
It’s not the first time Danielle has hit back at trolls who’ve targeted her and her family online.
She was abused over her skin in her last pregnancy, by trolls saying she looked ‘dirty’ and like she needed a ‘good wash’, because of a skin condition she suffered.
And in February Danielle shared one troll’s vile tirade.
Taking aim at the baby Ronnie who was born in September, the faceless bully wrote: “Ronnie is the image of his grotesque looking dad. Has a cabbage patch doll look.”
The shameless keyboard warrior then lashed out at Danielle and Jamie’s sons, Archie, seven, Harry, six, and four-year-old George.
“She must be beyond gutted. Now she desperately wants a girl, so she can raise her just like Mama Lloyd raised Danielle… to be a vicious, cunning, selfish, bitter, uneducated and unemployed bully.”
Former marketing manager Sophie was just 32 when she was found dead this week in the suspected suicide.
Police are not treating her death as suspicious.
She spoke about the effects of trolling in her last interview before her death.
Speaking to Radio Aire three months ago, Sophie spoke about the ‘horrific’ abuse she’d suffered, saying: ‘The harsh reality is, it can end up with that person taking their own life.”