Emily Atack slams vile troll who accuse her of ‘attention’ seeking after sexy post in crop top

Emily posed in a pink crop top on her Instagram

Emily Atack slams vile troll who accuse her of ‘attention’ seeking after sexy post in crop top

EMILY Attack has a vile troll accusing her of seeking “attention” after posing in a sexy crop top.

The actress – best known for her lead role as Charlotte Hinchcliffe in The Inbetweeners – hit back at the follower on Instagram.


Emily posed in a pink crop top on her InstagramCredit: Instagram
The star shared the nasty comment on her stories


The star shared the nasty comment on her storiesCredit: INSTAGRAM

Emily, 33, was seen posing in a tight-fitting pink top, which she paired with jeans as she let her hair flow down in a bouncy blowout.

She pouts for the camera as she poses in the mirror, opting for a glossy palette of make-up for the photo.

“Big and bouncy. So is the hair. Thanks gang,” Emily wrote.

Many of her fans and friends flooded the comments section to gulp over the snap, calling her “stunning” and “beautiful.”

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But one nasty troll slammed her for accusing her of wanting “attention” as he left a nasty comment under Emily’s upload.

“And then you wonder why trolls pick on you, why would you say that if you don’t like that kind of attention?” they wrote.

Emily angrily retorted, “Even if I didn’t post a caption at all it would still get perverted comments, so it just goes to show that it has nothing to do with me or my choices.

“It’s not my fault that some men can’t control themselves.

“Listen to what you’re telling me. You’re saying I’m the one who needs to change—change the way I talk, change my sense of humor, maybe change the way I dress, completely change the way I am.

“But the people sending the abuse can carry on as they are? No fault lies with them at all. Just me. The person I chose to be.

“That’s what you’re saying by making those comments. Do you understand that your comments are a big part of the matter?”

She shared a screenshot of the comment with her fans, adding: “I really struggle to understand how some people just don’t get it.

“Then I’m slowly realizing maybe it requires a deeper layer of intelligence that some people just don’t have?”

It’s not the first time Emily has hit back at trolls and nasty comments on her social media – as she revealed terrifying threats.

The comedian admitted earlier this year that she was “terrified” of being home alone – and expected the worst when she heard “knocking in the night”.

She opened up about the devastating impact explicit messages online had on her mental health.

The star admitted she was afraid of being “physically alone” after years of sexually-driven comments and threats.

She tells the Radio Times magazine: “Sometimes I’m terrified. The second I hear a crash in the night, I say, ‘Oh, that’s it. I’m about to be raped and killed.’

“I’m afraid of being physically alone a lot of the time.”

Emily revealed that the fear was instilled in her childhood, when comments were made about what she wore to school.

“I remember teachers telling me not to wear a skirt to school: ‘It’s asking for the wrong kind of attention,'” she continued.

“I thought I had to change. All my life it was always people blaming the way I look for these things happening, ‘You wear too much make-up, you wear a short skirt’.”

Elsewhere, Emily revealed she was forced to call the police last year after receiving a series of rape threats online.

The I’m A Celebrity star hit out at the vile sex trolls to raise awareness of the issue after the series of messages.

Emily told The Sun: “They knew where I lived, said what they were going to do to me. I got the police involved.”

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The star, an ardent campaigner against cyberbullying, has had to move home four times in the wake of targeted abuse.

Emily called on social media companies to clamp down on X-rated comments after she revealed she was being sent pornographic material by married family men—and even grandfathers.

Emily has had to fight back against trolls online before


Emily has had to fight back against trolls online beforeCredit: INSTAGRAM

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Emily Atack slams vile troll who accuse her of ‘attention’ seeking after sexy post in crop top

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