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Emily Atack hits back at cruel troll after being branded a 'fat munter' and 'pig'


On the Atack! Emily hits back at cruel troll in typically sassy style after being branded a ‘fat munter’ and ‘pig’ in vile Instagram message


Emily Atack hit back at a cruel troll in a sassy Instagram message on Tuesday. 

The Inbetweeners star, 32, took to her stories to share a message from a follower branding her a ‘fat munter’ next to a pig Emoji. 

Seeing the funny side of the vile message, the blonde beauty joked about the use of the word munter, writing: ‘Great to see the word ‘Munter’ making a comeback’. 

Shock: Emily Atack hit back at a cruel troll in a sassy Instagram message on Tuesday

Shock: Emily Atack hit back at a cruel troll in a sassy Instagram message on Tuesday

Emily paired her caption on the screenshot with a duo of heart eye emojis, in a true mark of her dismissal at the hater.  

Emily has spoken about trolls commenting on her weight previously. 

She spoke with The Sun about how she deals with unsolicited comments on her figure: ‘I don’t think there’s any way you deal with it, it upsets me, but not for long, I’ll talk about something else five minutes later.’ 

Who the hater? The Inbetweeners star, 32, took to her stories to share a message from a follower branding her a 'fat munter' next to a pig Emoji

Who the hater? The Inbetweeners star, 32, took to her stories to share a message from a follower branding her a ‘fat munter’ next to a pig Emoji

‘If someone comments on something on social media that upsets me, say about my weight, I go: ‘That’s upsetting,’ and then I just move on.’

In an alarming insight, in October Emily revealed that some of the trolls who sexually harass her online are clearly fathers who ‘tuck their children into bed’ before sending her rape threats.

The comedian and actress says she receives hundreds of terrifying messages from anonymous users daily – including from one troll who was able to describe the cushions on her sofa before threatening to rape and murder her.

Moving on: Seeing the funny side of the vile message, the blonde beauty joked about the use of the word munter, writing: 'Great to see the word 'Munter' making a comeback'

Moving on: Seeing the funny side of the vile message, the blonde beauty joked about the use of the word munter, writing: ‘Great to see the word ‘Munter’ making a comeback’

She says the stream of horrific abuse has left her feeling depressed, anxious and at times scared for her life, revealing her home has previously been broken into but that police enquiries ‘hit a dead end’.

In an interview with the Sunday Times, Emily said she wonders how her tormentors can ‘sleep at night’ knowing they’ve sent such horrific messages.

‘Some of these men are married with children. They’ve got daughters in their profile pictures and things like that,’ she said.

‘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].’

Nasty: Emily has spoken about trolls commenting on her weight previously

Nasty: Emily has spoken about trolls commenting on her weight previously

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