Rebekah Vardy has already warned that nasty people will be blocked on her social media accounts while she’s in the I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! jungle.
And given the horrific comments she’s been subjected to in the past, it’s no wonder Becky adopts such a hard line approach to trolling.
The 35-year-old has frequently spoken out about the vile remarks she receives on Twitter – and shockingly, even her young children have been targeted by sick messages.
Appearing on Frankie Bridge’s documentary, Celebrity Trolls: We’re Coming To Get You, the WAG recounted her disgust after trolls took aim at her and footballer husband Jamie’s two-year-old daughter Sofia.
A tearful Becky choked up as she said: “The worst tweets were when I posted a picture of Sofia on social media. We had been at a football game and was looking really cute and had a little clip in her hair.
“She was in Jamie’s football kit and I put a picture of her on social media. Someone responded saying that she deserved to be raped. I don’t think I’ve ever read anything so disgusting.”
“I was distraught.” she added. “We got the police involved straightaway.
“They traced his IP address back to being in India. I wanted that person to be found and punished for what he said but obviously if they aren’t in this country, you can’t.”
And little Sofia wasn’t the only member of the Vardy family targeted by sick trolls: Becky and Jamie’s baby son Finley has also been subjected to vile comments.
She said: “A football fan tweeted to say he wished our son had been stillborn, which was just awful. I don’t think he was even two weeks old then.”
Becky added to The Sun: “Jamie was furious. Both of us just wanted five minutes in a room with that person.
“It really [bleeps] me off. People can say whatever they want to me. I’m thick skinned.
“I have been through so much and the only way I know how to be is strong. But once people bring my children into it, it’s a whole different ball game.”
Becky is also mum to daughter Megan, 12, and son Taylor, six, from previous relationships.
In a separate interview with Loose Women, Becky said the trolls were a “minority of people” but upsetting and worrying enough that she and Jamie have employed full-time security.
“We have security because you never know; you can’t take things for granted or know if a person will follow through with something, so to brush it off or do nothing would be stupid,” she said.
“We’ve had death threats. I had someone try to run me off the road the other day.
“I don’t think I’d ever stop reading it because I think the minute you take yourself away from that is the minute the trolls win.”
So, it’s no wonder Becky has a zero tolerance approach to trolling, right?
Her official Twitter account warned last week that people who send abusive messages while Becky is in the I’m A Celebrity jungle will be blocked.
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A tweet sent on Becky’s behalf read: “Thanks for all the lovely tweets so far! Strange to see all the abusive ones too & then stranger to see that these people who hate her or ‘have never heard of her’ actually follow her.
“Nasty people will be blocked.”