Emily Atack Shares Vile Abuse She Repeatedly Receives From Man On Instagram
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The 32-year-old revealed a series of shocking comments from an unknown individual who sends her horrific messages on Instagram.
Sharing the photos on her story, Emily wrote: "How is this s**t still allowed?
"How do we make this illegal? This is a platform where children could easily receive this abuse.
"I am harassed everyday by this man. I block and block, and he creates new accounts and gets into my private messages. Everyday."
She claims that the messages were representation of 'abuse that no one is talking about'.
The images, which we've decided not to publish, feature long paragraphs of sexually explicit language directed towards Emily.
LADbible has contacted Instagram for comment.
This is by no means the first time Emily has been victim to such abuse, as the former Inbetweeners star previously said she sees '10 d**k pics she doesn't want to see before breakfast'.
Speaking on the Plot Twist podcast, the 32-year-old 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'."
She then added: "If it was just that, I would get over it really quickly as I have seen loads of horrible hairy ball sacks in my life."
Emily previously opened up to UNILAD about her experience with crude offers from random men.
Emily, speaking last year, said: "I receive, on a daily basis... oh, I mean, it's hundreds, hundreds. I receive hundreds of messages."
"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."
She added: "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."
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