Emily Atack has revealed that some of the trolls that send threats of rape and murder are clearly fathers who ‘tuck their children into bed’ before sending the sickening messages.
The 31-year-old actor and comedian said that anonymous users send her hundreds of messages on a daily basis.
On top of that, a person once successfully described her sofa cushions before threatening to rape and murder her.
She’s also had the police involved, specifically after her home was broken into, but says that any enquiries ‘hit a dead end’.
Speaking to the Sunday Times, she said she doesn’t know how the people messaging her can ‘sleep at night’ knowing the sort of things they’ve sent.
She said: “Some of these men are married with children. They’ve got daughters in their profile pictures and things like that.
“How can you sleep at night knowing you’ve just tucked your daughters into bed, probably helped them with their homework, and then you’re sneakily going onto your phone [and sending sexual abuse].”
In April, Emily posted a screenshot of a couple of the DMs she was sent by a man asking her to have a threesome.
Posting on her Instagram Story, she gave a nod to the time – 9.49am – writing: “Hope you got your kids to school on time in the middle of your sexual harassment spree.”
The message, which includes explicit and offensive language, says: “I’m a 55-year-old hot dad emily everytime you post a picture my heart melts your so beautiful could just lay next to you and stroke your hair and kiss you all night why cuddling up my wife won’t do that anymore [sic].”
A later message read: “Babe you wanna come over and have a threesome with me and my wife she wants to watch me f****** you hard why you finger and lick my wife’s p**** there would be cum everywhere gorgeous DM me if interested xxxxx [sic].”
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Emily Atack reveals horrifying ‘rape and murder’ threats she receives online from everyday family men with daughters
EMILY Atack has revealed the extent of the horrifying rape and murder threats she receives from men online.
The 31-year-old also shared her shock that some of the vile messages come from everyday family men, posing with their daughters in their profile pictures.
Bravely opening up in a new interview, the blonde beauty said she receives “dozens” of disturbing messages a day – including “graphic” videos of men pleasuring themselves over her photos.
Speaking to The Sunday Times, Emily shared: “Some of these men are married with children. They’ve got daughters in their profile pictures and things like that.
“How can you sleep at night knowing you’ve just tucked your daughter into bed, probably helped them with their homework, and then you’re sneakily going onto your phone [and sending that sort of message]?”
Emily also revealed that five years ago she was targeted by a sick online troll who accurately described details in her living room before messaging: “I’m going to rape you, I’m going to kill you.”
The former Inbetweeners actress explained: “Someone broke into my house around that time. And it was terrifying, and the police just hit a dead end. They said, ‘There’s nothing we can do because we can’t go any further with it.’ They tried.”
Although it is unclear whether the break-in and threat were linked, Emily was understandably shaken by the terrifying experience – with police unable to trace the man due to social media companies refusing to share his user details.