Jacqueline Jossa admits trolls are making her ‘unwell’ with cruel comments about kids as Dan Osborne defends her

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Jacqueline Jossa has hit out at trolls who sent her vile messages about her children on social media.

The mum-of-two, who tragically lost her beloved granded recently, took to her Instagram stories share a passionate post on those who feel the need to troll online.

The 28 year old began: "I'm so confused by trolls and people that write on mad depressing websites about people that class as z listers.. everyone is entitled to their opinions, I just find it mad they don't just write it in a WhatsApp group with friends, chat between friends and just get on with their day.

"To troll and write in forums is the saddest thing of all. People must be so lonely 🙁 poor guys. I don't understand why follow my page or my account, if you don't like me, believe in anything I do and don't like what I post. It's beyond me. It's so so sad.

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"If you don't like me please please unfollow me and live your life without having to write about me on a forum, or in my dms. Just unfollow. You don't have to like everybody.

"I don't. It's human nature and totally fine. I just unfollow people that annoy me or bring me nothing but misery. If that's me… unfollow me," Jacqueline expressed.

The actress went on to share screenshots of some of the horrible messages she's been sent and said it's beginning to effect her mental health.

She continued: "It effects me and is making me unwell. f*** off, find some friends and start a private WhatsApp group or something. You are UNWELL!! [sic]

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"Do not talk about my kids. Your fake names mean nothing. You are not invisible and you are not hard to find."

She continued: "They talk about the way my kids look and speak. They use bad words and vile language. They try and diagnose them with illnesses, and say, the little one is clearly disabled and she's ignoring it.

"Such bad parent. Bla bla bla. Worst humans in the world. They need to be held accountable for words. The phrase sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me… is outdated. It does hurt," she explained.

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Jacqueline's husband Dan, who bought a 'big security dog' to protect his family, jumped to his wife's defence and took to his own stories to share his views.

The 29 year old furiously said: "You're just pathetic people. Beyond me. I don't let it get to me but it does get to some people. So just, p*** off.

"And talking about people's kids – my kids, obviously over a keyboard you feel tough. But if anyone said that to my face I would probably punch their head in.

"So you have to do it over a keyboard, don't you? But yeah, just get a life," the dad-of-three concluded. [sic]

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