Advertisements
& # 39; In which world is this acceptable? & # 39; Georgia Love begged the government for help after receiving disgusting comments from trolls directed at her later mother, Belinda, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2016. (Pictured: Georgia with Belinda)

& # 39; Trolling must be regulated! & # 39; Georgia Love implores Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to intervene after despicable trolls focus on her deceased mother

Advertisements

Former single Georgia Love pleaded with the government to intervene after walking on Instagram.

The 31-year-old went to social media this weekend to disclose nasty comments addressed to her late mother, Belinda, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2016.

& # 39; In which world is this acceptable? & # 39; she wrote before begging for help from Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

& # 39; In which world is this acceptable? & # 39; Georgia Love begged the government for help after receiving disgusting comments from trolls directed at her later mother, Belinda, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2016. (Pictured: Georgia with Belinda)

Advertisements

& # 39; In which world is this acceptable? & # 39; Georgia Love begged the government for help after receiving disgusting comments from trolls directed at her later mother, Belinda, who died of pancreatic cancer in 2016. (Pictured: Georgia with Belinda)

A troll referred to the late Belinda and wrote: & # 39; Your mother would be happy to no longer tolerate your disgusting self & # 39 ;.

Another wrote: & # 39; You must stop. Your feed is grotesque. Your mother would be ashamed of you & # 39 ;.

Georgia went to Instagram, shared a screenshot of the comments, and wrote: "Why is it so easy to create fake troll accounts?" This is not good. & # 39;

& # 39; Something needs to be done to prevent this from becoming the norm & # 39 ;, she added.

& # 39; Something needs to be done to prevent this from becoming the norm & # 39 ;: the 31-year-old journalist went to Instagram to share a screenshot with comments she received from trolls

& # 39; Something needs to be done to prevent this from becoming the norm & # 39 ;: the 31-year-old journalist went to Instagram to share a screenshot with comments she received from trolls

& # 39; Something needs to be done to prevent this from becoming the norm & # 39 ;: the 31-year-old journalist went to Instagram to share a screenshot with comments she received from trolls

& # 39; Why is it so easy to create fake troll accounts? & # 39; a passionate Georgia wrote. & # 39; This is not good. & # 39;
Advertisements

& # 39; Why is it so easy to create fake troll accounts? & # 39; a passionate Georgia wrote. & # 39; This is not good. & # 39;

& # 39; Why is it so easy to create fake troll accounts? & # 39; a passionate Georgia wrote. & # 39; This is not good. & # 39;

In her next post she tagged Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and demanded that online trolling be regulated.

& # 39; In which world is this acceptable? I have thick skin except Jesus Christ.

Scott Scott Morrison and Mark Zuckerberg, I don't know who needs it, but this ease of trolling needs to be regulated. Please, she begged.

Taking a position: in her next post she tagged Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg who demanded that online trolls be regulated
Advertisements

Taking a position: in her next post she tagged Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg who demanded that online trolls be regulated

Taking a position: in her next post she tagged Prime Minister Scott Morrison and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg who demanded that online trolls be regulated

Call for action: Georgia tagged Prime Minister Scott Morrison and demanded that he take action against online trolling

Call for action: Georgia tagged Prime Minister Scott Morrison and demanded that he take action against online trolling

Call for action: she also tagged Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and called him to action

Call for action: she also tagged Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and called him to action

Call for action: in another post, Georgia tagged Prime Minister Scott Morrison (left) and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (right) and demanded that they take action against online trolling

Advertisements

The occupation of Georgia comes after she was engaged three months earlier this month to friend Lee Elliot.

The couple announced the happy news on Instagram on Sunday, with Georgia, and uploaded a photo of herself showing her diamond asterisk as she hugged her darling, 38, on the Hawkesbury River, NSW.

The brunette beauty and her beauty met for the first time at The Bachelorette in 2016.

She said yes! The occupation of Georgia comes after she was engaged three months earlier this month to friend Lee Elliot

She said yes! The occupation of Georgia comes after she was engaged three months earlier this month to friend Lee Elliot

She said yes! The occupation of Georgia comes after she was engaged three months earlier this month to friend Lee Elliot

Advertisements

. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) tvshowbiz (t) Scott-Morrison