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Emily Atack says she feels like she's 'sexually assaulted 100 times a day'

Anish Vij

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Emily Atack says she feels like she's 'sexually assaulted 100 times a day'

Emily Atack has said she feels like she's 'sexually assaulted 100 times a day'.


The Inbetweeners actor who said she witnesses '10 d**k pics she doesn't want to see before breakfast' used to blame herself for sharing images in a 'bikini' - but then realised she was not the person who is in the wrong.

She said that while some of the messages she receives are comical, others can consist of murder and rape threats.

One extreme example was when a man openly told Atack he was going to 'cut' her open, 'drink her blood', 'then rape' and 'chop her 'body up'.

Credit: Doug Peters / Alamy Stock Photo
Credit: Doug Peters / Alamy Stock Photo

“They will say, ‘I know where you live'. When I’m in bed at night and hear any sound, I’m terrified,” she told The Times.

“I feel physically under threat. People say, ‘Just block and delete’, OK, but they could turn up at my door.”

The 33-year-old says the messages made her feel 'lonely, disgusting, embarrassed, ashamed, violated'.

Credit: Matt Crossick / Alamy Stock Photo
Credit: Matt Crossick / Alamy Stock Photo

"It feels like sexual assault – and I have been sexually assaulted, so I know what that feels like. I feel like I’m being sexually assaulted hundreds of times a day,” Atack said.

"There were so many other things going on. People were dying.

"People were in care homes having to wave at loved ones through windows. I didn’t feel I could come out and say, ‘Can you stop sending me pictures of your d**k?’ So I bottled it up.”

Credit: Instagram/emilyatack
Credit: Instagram/emilyatack

Atack previously opened up to LADbible about her horrifying experiences with crude offers from random men.

"I receive, on a daily basis... oh, I mean, it's hundreds, hundreds. I receive hundreds of messages," she said.

"The horrible thing about it is that nobody is around to say to the person, 'Oi! Don't f***ing do that, that's horrific'.

"It's just, they're allowed to just do it and I'm subjected to it, on my own, in my home. I don't have a partner, I'm by myself, and it does make me feel scared to live on my own.

"And when I get these messages, I do always look on their profile to see what - I'm intrigued to see what sort of person they would be, what life they have.

"Sometimes it's completely anonymous, no photo, and they've obviously just created an account to just say all these awful things to God knows how many poor women."

Featured Image Credit: Uwe Deffner / Matt Crossick / Alamy

Topics: Emily Atack, Celebrity

Anish Vij
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