Jacqueline Jossa is not going to stand for people trolling her two-year-old daughter.
The EastEnders actress, 25, reportedly hit out at an Instagram user after receiving a disgusting message while chatting to fans in a live video last night, raging: ‘Go f*** yourself, p****. Don’t say anything about my kids.
‘Actually don’t care if you say anything I know she’s gorgeous… Sorry for swearing, sorry to anyone who’s under 18 but you shouldn’t be on here anyway. Sorry Mum but I got it off you anyway.’
We’re totally against trolling, especially when it’s aimed at children who have no means of defending themselves. So we totally understand why Jac’ kicked off.
Luckily, Jacqueline had plenty of fans sticking up for her, who were also keen to hear what she was originally talking about – what she plans to do after leaving ‘Enders.
She’s set to wave goodbye to the BBC1 soap this month, after her character Lauren Branning fell off a roof in a dramatic series of episodes over Christmas.
She’s already hinted that she may be plotting a bit of a career change, recently tweeting: ‘Guys help me out, I’m trying to practice vlogging #trainwreck!! Gonna start with some questions that you’d like to know the answers too?’
Her followers definitely seemed to like the idea, with replies including: ‘Brilliant idea! My question is….If you could have written a storyline for Lauren what would it been about?’ and: ‘Advice for people wanting to go into acting? X [sic].’
From now on, let’s keep things as positive as this on social media, yeah?