Emily Atack Hits Out At 'Perverts' After Fake Taxi Shares Pic Of Her
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Emily Atack has hit out at Fake Taxi after the site shared a photo of her sitting in the back of a cab.
The former Inbetweeners star says she was 'bombarded' with explicit messages from 'perverts' after the picture was posted to adult site's Twitter account and website.
The original photo shows the actor sitting in the back of a black taxi, and has been doing the rounds on social media the past few days.
However, according to a post on Emily's stories, Fake Taxi shared a screengrab of another person's tweet, which read: "Looks like Charlotte from Inbetweeners has had quite a dramatic career change."
The adult site then tagged Emily in their post, adding: "Somebody tell @EmAtack that she forgot her purse."
It looks as though the tweet has since been deleted from the page, however, Emily said she has been inundated with messages from creepy men.
In a post to her Instagram, the 32-year-old said: "Oh good so this photo is now on the actual Fake Taxi Twitter and website.
"Excellent, No really that's great. Trying to have a wholesome Sunday and I'm being bombarded with perverts asking if I'd like to accidentally take a wrong turn into the woods.
"Go iron your kids school uniforms you p***ks."
Sadly, this isn't the first time Emily has had to speak out about the abusive messages she often receives from strange men.
Just last month, she said she sees '10 d**k pics she doesn't want to see before breakfast'.
Emily explained that it is an incredibly isolating experience and that it has made her question herself in the past.
Speaking on the Plot Twist podcast, she said: "Before breakfast, I’ve seen about 10 penises I have not asked to see. It’s not normal, is it?
"People don’t realise the harm and the triggering it can spark — where else you take it in your mind."
She went on: "If someone sends me a sexually explicit message, I’m like, 'Why have they said that to me?'
"It makes you question everything you are and why you’re single – and suddenly, you drive yourself crazy.
"It’s not just about seeing the message and going, 'Ugh, I don’t want to see your hairy ball sack, thanks'."
And speaking previously to UNILAD, she discussed some of the terrifying encounters she has had with men both online and in person in the past.
When asked how many sexual messages she has had sent to her, Emily said: "I receive, on a daily basis... oh, I mean, it's hundreds, hundreds. I receive hundreds of messages."
Listen to what she had to say below:
She then read out just a couple of the graphic messages she has been sent by complete strangers.
"I've never said these out loud, it's quite daunting sort of saying them on camera," Emily said.
She then read out: "'Let daddy make you c*m like the filthy s**t you are, let me impregnate you, you filthy c*m w***e. I know that you're a filthy c*m s**t, I know what you like'."
Emily added that the torrent of sexualised messages and harassment she regularly receives has left her feeling scared.
"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,'" she said.
"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."
LADbible has contacted FakeTaxi for a comment.